Discovering the resort tourist of Trentino Alto Adige mountains.
Reviews and descriptions of the mountain areas of Trentino and Alto Adige where to go in the summer for a vacation or a mountain trip.
Il Trentino Alto Adige it is certainly the capital of the Italian mountains, from the pastures to the peaks of the The Dolomites in the midst of the unspoiled nature of this beautiful region.
Trentino offers different and fantastic destinations such as Alpine lakes, imposing waterfalls and streams with crystal clear water.
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The best offers in the mountains in summer, in hotels, bed and breakfasts or holiday apartments
Val di Tires
Südtirol or Alto Adige is a land that, especially in summer, becomes a spectacular palette of colors, with nature that awakens luxuriantly giving visitors truly enchanting landscapes: to discover in particular the Val di Tires, a verdant valley lateral to that of Isarco, crossed by the Rio Bria. The Val di [...]
Val di Non
In the north-western part of the beautiful autonomous province of Trento, there is one of the most famous valleys of Trentino Alto Adige: it is the Val di Non, known to most for the production of PDO apples, but which deserves to be discovered for its important naturalistic and historical heritage. The Val di Non is literally set between [...]
The Vanoi Valley, located in the greenest area of Trentino, extends for over 125 square kilometers and is surrounded by the beautiful Lagorai chain and the granite complex of Cima d'Asta. Furthermore, located at over 750 meters above sea level, the valley is home to about 1600 inhabitants and boasts one of the most evocative [...]
Once known only to South Tyroleans, today the Resia Pass is one of the most fascinating holiday destinations in South Tyrol. The bell tower immersed in the lake and its green slopes are the ideal destination for a holiday in nature
Val di Rabbi
Imposing waterfalls, bridges suspended in the void and lots of unspoiled nature. Val di Rabbi is ideal for a holiday to discover the wild Trentino which still retains the charm of the past
The Dolomites, Italian pride declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, frame with their high peaks on spectacular landscapes: green valleys, alpine lakes with crystal clear waters, dense coniferous forests and villages that seem to come out of fantastic tales. Among the most touristic areas of the Dolomites is the Plan de Corones but right on the edge of this famous [...]
Valle di Casies is a municipality located in northern Italy, in the region of Trentino Alto Adige. Austria, in particular with the Austrian Defreggental. Valle di Casies is located between [...]
Val di Funes
Val di Funes is a mountain resort, an Italian municipality located in the Trentino Alto Adige region, where the peaks of the Dolomites are the setting. It is a village of about 2500 inhabitants, it is a town in the autonomous province of Bolzano. The Valley extends for about 28 km up to the Odle group, which [...]
Val Sarentino is an enchanting place north of Bolzano, still unspoiled and off the beaten track It is a naturalistic jewel, the Sarntal skyline extends as far as the eye can see with more than 140 imposing peaks that rise up into the austere and silent sky . The valley is literally embraced by the Alpine mountain range, [...]
Valle dei Mocheni is one of the less famous Trentino valleys but which has experienced a new life thanks to the success of summer tourism in the mountains. This valley, which in winter cannot count on large ski areas, is taking revenge in summer thanks to a quieter environment, unspoiled nature and [...]
Val Passiria, northeast of Merano, falls within the province of Bolzano, in South Tyrol, and is delightfully nestled between the mountains of the Gruppo di Tessa (to the west) and the Sarentinesi Alps (to the east). It is divided into two parts with different climatic and landscape characteristics: the Lower Val Passiria and the Upper Val Passiria. Lower Passeiertal - Its main town [...]
Madonna di Campiglio
Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo and Val Rendena (Trentino) are a mosaic of naturalistic beauties where you can fully experience the mountain. In these places the alpine landscape condenses the best of itself: to the east are the Brenta Dolomites - a World Heritage Site, to the west you can admire the sparkling glaciers of Adamello and Presanella, [...]
Val di Sole
Immersed in the most important mountains of Trentino Alto Adige, Val di Sole is one of the most popular destinations for those who love rafting and mountain biking. Prestigious destination for those looking for a relaxing holiday dedicated to wellness
In the heart of the Val di Fiemme, Cavalese is the ideal destination for those looking for a healthy and relaxing holiday, breathing pure air and practicing light and fun sports. An ideal place for families looking for a place to spend their summer holidays in the mountains.
The Isarco Valley is one of the main valleys in South Tyrol and extends for about 80 km from the source of the River Isarco to the Brenner to its mouth in the Adige in Bolzano. For various historical and cultural reasons, the Isarco Valley itself extends south of Fortezza, while the upper part constitutes an area in itself [...]
Val di Fiemme
The Val di Fiemme is a valley of the Dolomites, located in eastern Trentino, surrounded by the Val di Fassa, the Val d'Ega and the Valsugana. The valley is made up of 11 municipalities (Predazzo, Cavalese, Tesero, Capriana, Valfloriana, Carano, Daiano, Varena, Castello - Molina di Fiemme, Panchià and Ziano) and is enclosed between two parks [...]
Alta Pusteria means Three Peaks of Lavaredo, Lake Braies and other fantastic natural pearls of the Dolomites. A wide and verdant valley starting point for numerous excursions and an ideal place for those who want to spend a holiday away from the hustle and bustle
Plan de Corones is a tourist area that gathers 14 villages in the Val Pusteria. Wide and green valleys surrounded by the Dolomites make this area an ideal destination for practicing sports in the summer and spending your holidays in complete relaxation
Plateau of Piné and Valle di Cembra
The Piné Plateau and the Cembra Valley are located in the heart of Trentino, between the Adige Valley and the Fiemme Valley, immersed in a landscape characterized by luxuriant woods, lakes and terraces of vineyards.
Val di Fassa
The Val di Fassa is located in the center of the wonderful Dolomites, 7 countries that are part of it and 4 the Dolomites passes that connect them with the other surrounding Alpine valleys. A wonderful land where unspoiled nature blends with Ladin culture and Alpine traditions
Alpe di Siusi
The Alpe di Siusi is a plateau located in the heart of the Dolomites of South Tyrol, is positioned at an average altitude of 1.850 m asl and extends between Val Gardena, the Sciliar massif and the Sassolungo group. This magnificent plateau has kept its appearance intact, preserving the huts and farms that [...]
Alpe Cimbra is the set of highlands of Folgaria, Lavarone and Luserna, in South-Eastern Trentino on the border with Veneto. Here the gaze is lost in front of large open spaces of unspoiled nature and meets ancient traditions linked to its German-Cimbrian roots. In fact, there are still many traces of the German colonization that took place between the XNUMXth and [...]
San Martino of Castrozza
San Martino di Castrozza is a Dolomite town in the province of Trento, welcomes visitors both in summer and in winter, and the origin of its residential nucleus dates back to the times of the hospice of Saints Martino and Giuliano, which housed the people who passed through the Passo Rolle. Now only the church of the original structure remains [...]
Solda is a fraction of the municipality of Stelvio, located in Val Venosta in the province of Bolzano. The town is located 1906 meters above sea level and lies at the foot of the Ortles-Cevedale mountain range. The name of Solda has a mysterious origin, but it seems to derive from a Celtic expression that meant "little water" because [...]
Valle di Ledro is a corner of Upper Garda that offers many possibilities to lovers of sport, nature and history. In this place is the area of the Molina pile dwellings, recently included in the Unesco World Heritage Site.
Once there were only 14 medieval farms, now Andalo is one of the reference points for mountain tourism in Trentino Alto Adige.
Val Senales is one of the oldest and most particular in South Tyrol, its altitude, in fact, varies within a few hundred meters from 500 meters above sea level up to 3200 meters. Among the Dolomite valleys, Val Senales is famous for the discovery of the Man who came from the ice, nicknamed [...]
The Dolomites, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with their scenographic mass in dolomite rock, frame lush valleys dotted with lakes, waterfalls, forests and postcard mountain villages. Val Gardena is one of the most beautiful valleys of the Dolomites and extends from Ponte Gardena to Passo Gardena, Passo Sella and the massif of the same name [...]
Val Badia is one of the symbolic areas of the UNESCO Dolomites, a priceless heritage of nature and tradition where sport and tourism live in perfect symbiosis with the environment
The Val d'Ega holiday area (Rosengarten-Latemar) is located at the gates of the Dolomites, the most beautiful mountains in the world, as the famous mountaineer Rainhold Messner defined them. So beautiful and unparalleled that in the summer of 2009 they were proclaimed a Natural World Heritage Site by UNESCO.