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Lake Busche

Lying between the municipalities of Lentiai and Cesiomaggiore, Lake Busche was created by a dam on the Piave river for the supply of hydroelectric power plants of Quero and Pederobba.

The lake is the perfect place to observe many species of birds both migratory and sedentary and is also a SIC zone (Site of Community Interest). The lake is between the left and the right bank of the Piave river and therefore since ancient times important passage place for people moving between Feltre and Belluno.

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Lago di Busche: Passero Italiano (foto Rivier De Mari)
Lago di Busche: airone (foto Rivier De Mari)
Lago di Busche: veduta invernale (foto Silvano Fantini)
Lago di Busche: veduta invernale di un ramo del Piave che confluisce nel bacino (foto Silvano Fantini)
Lago di Busche: veduta invernale di un ramo del Piave che confluisce nel bacino (foto Silvano Fantini)

Lake Busche

Lago di Busche: cigno e cormorani (foto Rivier De Mari)

Lying between the municipalities of Lentiai and Cesiomaggiore, Lake Busche was created by a dam on the Piave river for the supply of hydroelectric power plants of Quero and Pederobba.

The lake is the perfect place to observe many species of birds both migratory and sedentary and is also a SIC zone (Site of Community Interest). The lake is between the left and the right bank of the Piave river and therefore since ancient times important passage place for people moving between Feltre and Belluno.



Opening days and accessibility

You can reach Lake Busche along the SS 50 road that connects Belluno with Feltre or along the Provincial Road on the left bank of the Piave river.


Contacts

Teltel +39 338 895 4032

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