Legend tells that the nymph of Lake Agilla, madly in love with the handsome prince Trasimeno, seduced him and pulled him under her waters, which now bear his name. Lake Trasimeno, with a surface area of 128 and a circumference of 45 km, is the largest in mainland Italy and the fourth in the country.

Lago TrasimenoThe lake is flanked on three sides by hills covered with olive trees and a few villages, and from its water, full of fish, three islands rise: Isola Polvese, the biggest, recently turned into a public park and with a reserve dedicated to the re-population of water birds; Isola Maggiore, the only inhabited island, and Isola Minore.

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