Lake of Orvieto

At 17 km from Castiglione in Teverina we met Corbara, a small place situated on the right bank of the Tevere river: here, in the 50’s, an artificial dike was built and gave origin to the homonym lake. The lake of Corbara, also known as "lake of Orvieto" and considered one of the most interesting lakes of the center of Italy according to the sporting fishermen, rises between Orvieto and Todi, in the river area of the Tevere, ideal place for oenogastronomic visit the landscape of Umbria to devote to runs that shows rocks of tuff, hills and woods. The road to cross by motorbykes is very beautiful climbing from Civitella from the Lake in direction of Todi meeting in the wood the houses of the Elves.

The wines of Orvieto (product from controlled origine) are excellent the, you can taste them here, making the most of the agricultural farms that you can meet walking on the vineyards that produce one of the best wine of the region. The wine of the lake of Corbara is produced in Umbria, in the province of Terni, in the whole territory of the commune of Baschi, partly, in the town territory of Orvieto.

You cannot loose the inevitable gourmet halt of the kingdom of the senses: the one star restaurant in the Michelin guide directed by the coolest chief at international level, Gianfranco Vissani. On the left bank of the lake the feud of the tall kitchen rises, famous and present, always at the first places of the hits, in the most trendy guides of restaurants. Gianfranco Vissari was born close to those banksnext. Before him his father gave life to the place that was baptized, with the name of " Godfather", in 63.

(for info, www.lagodicorbara.it; www.lagodicorbaradoc.com, www.gianfrancovissani.it)
 

Dintorni

• Orvieto
• Antonio da Sangallo il giovane
• Tour di due giorni
• Lago di Vico
• Lago di Bolsena
• Il Bagnaccio
• Tarquinia
• San Casciano dei Bagni
• Tuscia
• Saturnia
• Pienza - Poggibonsi
• Montefiascone
• Lago di Orvieto
• Civita di Bagnoregio
• Dunarobba
• Castello di Sismano
• Capodimonte
• Viterbo