During the summer months, enjoy sailing at the sail club (no membership needed) located about 1 mile down the beach. Just
walk in and rent a kayak, katamaran, laser or other small boat by the hour. Or you can rent a windsurf
board or paddle boat from a guy on the beach. And I have yet to try this but people take day trips around the lake on a kayak,
stopping for a picnic lunch and a nap on one of the secluded beaches. It takes about 4 hours and some strong arms! Or just
swim off the beach - the water is clear and clean and pleasantly warm between June and the end of September. And there are
no motor boats, water skiers or jet skis to disturb the peace.
Let's take a look at some photos of Trevignano and surroundings.
The first photo below is the town center beach seen from the port area. Beyond this is a long beach depicted in the second
photo, which is close to the apartment. These photos were taken in March 2002.
Heading into town ....
Here is the promenade that runs along the shore in the
center of Trevignano, pictured early on a March morning.
It is much more lively with the strollers at aperitif time ....
Adjacent to the promenade is the main square.
The archway is an entrance to the Centro Storico,
with its narrow streets and stone stairways. From
there you can climb up to the ruins of the medieval fort.
A lamp-post on Trevignano's main street is convenient when a fisherman needs to mend his nets....