Houses for sale on Lake Endine
Occasion in Ranzanico
- Parking / Box
- On 3 floors
- Strategic position
YOUR HOUSE AT THE LAKE OF ENDINE
Lake Endine is the ideal place for those who, looking for second homes on the lake, aim at a place of quiet and rest: Endine Gaiano, situated in Val Cavallina on the right side of the homonymous lake, perfectly captures this essence.
It is extremely easy to get there from Bergamo by following the state road 42, or the Tonale road, also by public transport.
As you drive along the roads bordered by willows and large reeds, you can appreciate the peace and quiet of the lake, whose continuous play of light and reflections captures the visitor from the very first glance.
Small villages, tree-lined beaches, corners of unspoilt nature, restaurants and bars all compete to make your holiday unforgettable.
The shores of the lake are bordered by a cycle path, known to enthusiasts as the first cycle path in the Bergamo area, which is also suitable for walking tours. The walk through the greenery between Monasterolo and the characteristic village of San Felice, along the eastern side of the lake, is particularly pleasant.
The waters of the lake lend themselves to a variety of sports, from rowing to canoeing, sailing, windsurfing and fishing, while paths and mule tracks allow for excursions along the shores, among ancient cultivations and small churches.
The particular conformation of Val Cavallina gives rise to truly fascinating climatic phenomena. The most illustrious example of these phenomena is the Valle del Freddo: the reserve, in fact, encloses a particular microclimatic phenomenon that determines the growth of typical high mountain flora, so that at 350 metres above sea level, you can find vegetation that you would normally find at 1200 metres.
The renowned restaurants scattered along the lake shore allow to taste in complete serenity the typical dishes of the zone, while the numerous shops scattered along the road assure a prolonged and pleasant stay to those who have second houses at the Lake Endine, where they can spend all the periods of the year.