NATURE, ART AND CULTURE
LEDRO VALLEY AND ITS SURROUNDINGS
Discover the nature of Ledro Valley and the numerous possibilities that the surroundings offer.
Considered one of the gems of Trentino, the Ledro Valley encloses a beautiful lake among its green mountains. Famous for the discovery of a Bronze Age pile-dwelling village, since 2011 Ledro is among the sites protected by Unesco. Relaxation, sport, entertainment, culture, and good food, all in one unforgettable holiday. This offers the Ledro Valley and the Ledro Lake, a quiet valley located a few km from Lake Garda and south of the Brenta Dolomites. A true paradise for hikers and bikers, lovers of canyoning, paragliding, but not only. Even families will find an ideal environment in which it is possible to enjoy the beauties made available by nature, and the authenticity of the small Alpine villages still linked to their ancient traditions. There are four main equipped beaches on Lake Ledro, one of which has a special area dedicated to 4-legged guests. Ledro Valley boasts two very important recognitions: the archaeological site of the Palafitte del Lago di Ledro, which has become part of the list of UNESCO protected sites, and the new UNESCO Biosphere Reserve which includes the protected areas in the area for their rich biodiversity.
Some pictures of Ledro Valley
WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
Our camping is an ideal startingpoint for excursions and visits to many famous places
and cities. From the picturesque villages around Lake Garda to the splendid Brenta
Dolomites, from Lake Tenno and Lake Idro to the numerous different castles.
The museum of modern art in Roverto is more than worthwile visiting. For fun and action you can go to Gardaland-park with its Sealife and the aquatic-park of Canevaworld and to feel the warmth of a thermal bath you must visit the natural thermal sources of Colà di Lazise or those of Comano.
For cultural excursions, go visiting Trento and its many winecellars with tastings of the best Trentino wines. Don’t forget to plan a daytrip to romantic cities such as Verona and Mantova and, a bit further away, to Venice and its famous lagoon.