Lake Bracciano (or Lake Sabatino, from latin Lacus Sabatinus), is a volcanic lake situated north of Rome. It has an area of 57.5 km², the maximum depth is 160 meters (525 ft). On the shores of the lake there are three towns: Bracciano, on the western side, Anguillara, on the south eastern, and Trevignano, on the northern one. The lake is at the center of Regional Nature Park of Bracciano-Martignano, an area of great naturalistic value, ideal for lovers of hiking and cycling. The waters, off-limits to motor boats, are clear and clean (the lake is a water reserve of Rome) and ideal for water sports: the lush vegetation on the shores and the numerous archaeological sites which lies at a shallow depth underwater, makes SUP (stand up paddle) and canoeing unique experiences. Many sandy or grassy beaches surround the lake, both free and equipped. A boat in service from spring to summer links the three towns and the Air Force Museum (four stops in all) via the lake: a nice way to explore the territory. During the day there are several shuttle buses that link Bracciano to the lake promenade.