To provide you with a better navigation experience, the site uses cookies. By continuing browsing the site, you authorize the use of cookies.

Lases Lake

The habitat of many rare species of flora and fauna

Lases Lake is the twin of that of the Valley with which it is linked by a permanent issue of water flowing underground.  
It is on the watershed between Avisio and Fersina. The lake is probably of tectonic origin. It has an elongated shape: wider at the northern end, with an attractive reed bed between the two beaches nearer the town, and narrower to the south where the reeds and marches are enclosed within a gorge.
This is the most interesting stretch, because it is the habitat of many rare species of flora and fauna, now protected by the constitution of a provincial biotope.