Lake Sirio, formerly known as San Giuseppe from the convent of the same name on a hill that dominates it, is the largest of the five. Swimmable, you can access the body of water through the two establishments that are located to the south-west and east, The path, a ring around the lake, winds in two variants that lead to the discovery of the Terre Ballerine -a former peat bog whose soil at the bottom of the depression is elastic and sways under your steps,
and the remains of the Roman aqueduct.
TECHNICAL SHEET OF THE ROUTE
Place of departure: Sirio
parking Color: green
Travel time: 1h and 30 (excluding variants)Variants: Roman Aqueduct (30'), Terre Ballerine (1h)