Lights in Trasimeno 2023: the Christmas tree on the water of Castiglione del Lago

One marvelous tree drifting in the water is what you will find in the Christmas holidays Lake Trasimeno, Umbria.

Lake Umbria is getting dressed, thank you largeuci on Trasimenothe magical Christmas of Castiglione sul Lago.

The undisputed protagonist is“The biggest Christmas tree in the world built on the waters of the lake.


Lights in Trasimeno 2023

Lights in Trasimeno

The Christmas tree on the lake is a large one-kilometer long installation created thanks to 166 load-bearing poles planted on the bottom of the lake, 2,400 perimeter lamps, 250 indoor lamps and 7 kilometers of cable, and which is a candidate to become the illuminated Christmas tree in largest body of water in the world.


The first Christmas tree designed on water will be visible every afternoon from the park Castiglione del Lago medieval fortressfrom December 8 to January 6, 2024.

But Christmas is a favorite holiday for children and their families and there are many events dedicated to them.

“Luci sul Trasimeno” is also an articulated program of events, shows, lights and entertainment for the whole month, bringing to life one of the most beautiful villages in Italy with style and warmth: a fairytale setting that will be able to create unique proposals.

An ice rink for all skaters and an amusement park on the shore of the lake will operate throughout the season.

Adoption of Christmas Lights 2023

Lights in Trasimeno
Lights in Trasimeno

The adoption of the lights of the largest Christmas Tree in the world, the shining and pulsating heart of “Luci sul Trasimeno 2023”, has begun.

From December 4 to January 6, 2024, the unique and inimitable spectacle of the world’s largest Christmas tree, built on water, built on the waters of Lake Trasimeno, will make Castiglione del Lago an enchanted place for a special and unforgettable Christmas.

The new project to adopt the lights that make up the colossal tree on the water allows each person to contribute to the lighting of the tree drawn on the water by “adopting” one of its lights thanks to the campaign “Adopt a light and plant a tree”. For more information visit the official website.

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