“Chiare, fresche e dolci acque…” (clear, sweet fresh water) wrote Petrarch at the dawn of the Renaissance. It was certainly not the river of San Vigilio that inspired one of the three great poets of Italian literature, but we do like to think that it could have happened here anyway. The clear, virgin waters of our river, that flows from its 40 springs known as the “fontanes”, only a few hundred meters on from a purifying underground journey to the gates of the Fanes Nature park, have no reason to envy the French river Sorgue, where the poet found his inspiration. Perhaps it has even more sensory characteristics. It is also for this reason that San Vigilio di Marebbe transformed the bend of the river that bears its name into an attraction point with recreation and entertainment for families with children as well as for anyone who would like to sunbathe, relax, and refresh themselves in its waters. The Spiaggetta Ciamaor is a safe spot to enjoy another aspect of life in the nature park.