On the lake shores many sports organizations work and they organize many activities both for beginners, experts and families.
Our camping proposes windsurfing classes for beginners, both children and adults of every duration. For further informations write an email to: email@example.com
A few steps away from our camping, it is possible to find the Amateur Sports association Nautilago, working since 1979 for the promotion of sailing and canoeing.
During the year it is possible to join Sailing and Canoeing Classes, both for children and adults and to see many boat races, such as Nautilago Trophy, Friendship Trophy, A.Gori Trophy and Madelvela races.
For further informations: http://www.nautilago.com
The top of Mount San Simeone is one of the best take-off for thrilling paragliding flights both solo or with an instructor thanx to Volo Libero Friuli association.
On the first weekend of August it is also possible to see Acromax, one of the stages of the acrobatic world championship in which many famous pilots from all over the world are involved.
Training Center for Lifeguards
The italian Lifeguard Federation (Federazione Italiana Salvamento Aquatico – Società Italiana Salvamento Natatoriu, 1899) in collaboration with the regional Lifeguard School A.S.D. Lifeguard Academy opened a training center for lifeguard operators and its logistical headquarters are located into the camping site.
It is a school for all those who want to practice and be educated in the seafaring disciplines and in hands-free swimming.
For further informations: http://www.fisafvg.it
Kayaking and Canoeing
Udine’s Sporting University Center (CUS) in collaboration with Scuola Kayak Friuli sets up kayak classes both for beginners and for experts on the lake and on many rivers easily accessible from the camping.
On-the-job-training instructors FICK and UISP will teach the participants both basic and advanced manoeuvres.
Cus also offers lake tours both on kayak and on canadian canoe with the support of a naturalistic guide.
It is also possible to benefit from their kayak buyers’ guide and to try a new sport called “Polo Canoeing”.