Map of Tainoura for Closed Tues lunch; Sept June closed all day Tues. Monte Isola (Mont’Isola or Montisola) Amid Lake Iseo looms MONTE ISOLA, a huge chunk of mountain that is Italy’s and Europe’s largest lake island, over 3km long and 600m high. It’s a peaceful spot and local day-trippers and summer tourists provide much of the island’s income. Ferries pull in to the little villages of Peschiera Maraglio, on the southeastern tip, and Carzano to the northeast as well as Siviano and Sensole on the western shore of the island, where it’s worth visiting the Museo della Rete (Mon Fri 9am noon & 3 5.30pm; weekends advance my blogings only T030 988 6336 or T345 91 43 707, Wlaretesrl.it; free), which provides an insight into lives past when the island produced hundreds of fishing nets (today it’s mainly sporting nets and hammocks). The best way to explore Monte Isola is by bike (available for rent at Peschiera Maraglio; 3.50 per hour) or on foot. Caf s and restaurants dot the perimeter promenade around the island (9km by road, or about 15km following paths above the shore) and there are great views to be had from cycle-rides or the walking routes that crisscross the interior where stone hamlets cling to the slopes among vineyards, chestnut woods and olive groves. Map of Tainoura 2016.
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