On the northwest side of the lake, you’ll find a truly enchanting island. Although it doesn’t have an official name, it’s often referred to as Mrs. Frosini’s Island. With around two hundred inhabitants, it’s one of the few inhabited lake islands in Europe.
Take a boat from the pier and within ten minutes, you’ll be immersed in its fairytale-like landscape. Stroll along its traditional stone paths that exude charm. Don’t forget to stop by Ali Pasha’s house, where this historical figure lived and died. Before you leave, enjoy a meal at one of the local taverns. Try their local specialties, which include dishes with eel, trout, or frog’s legs.