Lake Ledro & Trentino
Culture. Beauty. Nature.
Charm and nature. Sport and activities in the open air. So many magnificent trait d’union awaits you here, in the Valle di Ledro and on the banks of its magnificent lake with its 10km of walks and whose surrounding meadows won’t leave you longing for the excitement of beach life.
Bathing, sunbathing, play and a splendid mountain picture setting in which infinite shades of green dominate, will make up the leitmotiv which will accompany you during the length of your stay. Those sportier on the other hand, can dedicate themselves to fabulous Nordic Walking hikes, follow the fascinating footpaths and cycle paths in the seat of your mountain bike or, if you like adventure, try the thrill of a flight with a paraglider or affront the mocking rapids thanks to canyoning.
Are you fans of culture? Then a must see is the famous Museo delle Palafitte, an archaeological site that came to be part of the World Heritage Site UNESCO. Certainly we cannot forget about your little treasures and if you want to give them moments of pure happiness, you can opt for the Busatte Adventure Park, with many stimulating high rope courses, or the timeless Gardaland, where every child dreams to visit.
A unique habitat
Four reasons to choose Valle di Ledro
Stilt house Museum
This archaeological site in Lake Ledro, added by UNESCO to the list of World Heritage sites, is a fascinating village of pile dwellers, dating back to the Bronze Age.
This small mirror of water, formed by flood barriers, astounds for its animal and vegetal biodiversity. Originally, it was connected to Lake Ledro.
A stupendous mountain group found South West of the Valle di Ledro. A true botanical garden, amongst the most enchanting in Trentino, is situated on the migratory routes of birds.
The Ponale Road
A historical track which connects the Valle di Ledro and the Garda territory, offers spectacular glimpse of Lake Garda. Reopened in 2004 after 14 years, it is a must see for hikers and cyclists.