Map of Lecluse for It is divided into six stretches or the whole route could be spread comfortably over two days. Traversing the hillside on the eastern shore of the lake, it’s a comfortable trek of never more than medium difficulty passing through vineyards, hamlets, olive groves and chestnut woods, alongside streams and ancient churches with glorious views of the lake beyond. Starting and finishing points are linked by train and road connections. A couple of short 1km stretches are suitable for wheelchair users at Pilzone d’Iseo and Vesto Di Marone, paved with stone slabs and boulders, with a picnic area and disabled parking facilities. Every year on the third weekend in May, the Sale Marasino stretch sees re-enactments of the route’s historical past. A good bilingual map and route description is provided by the Comunit Montana del Sebino Bresciano (Wcmsebino.brescia.it); available in Iseo from La Libreria my blogshop in Via Duomo and the newsstand in Piazza Garibaldi. BIKING One of the best ways to enjoy this part of the world is on two wheels. Map of Lecluse 2016.
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