Val di Sole

Val di Sole occupies the western part of the wonderful region of Trentino Alto Adige and is one of the favorite destinations for both winter tourism, for the numerous ski slopes, facilities and the beauty of its nature covered by a thick blanket of snow. than summer, for excursions, walks and excursions in the wild nature, and to practice water sports, sliding aboard canoes and rafts on the river Noce.

The Valley rises on the border with the Lombardy region, to which it is connected via the Tonale Pass, while to reach the nearby town of Madonna di Campiglio, you will have to take the Charlemagne Pass.

Val di Sole is the largest valley in the region, it includes the area that goes from Passo del Tonale to the territories of Val di Non, is crossed by some important waterways, Vermigliana, Rabbies and Meledrio, and the most important , the river Noce.

Much of the territory of the Val di Sole is included within the Stelvio National Park and the Adamello Brenta Natural Park, a wild and uncontaminated nature of thick woods, valleys and mountains that are covered with snow in winter and leave in summer. observe their high glaciers, from which fresh rivulets of water descend along the sides of the walls. The Valley is surrounded by some of the most important peaks of the Dolomites, Adamello-Presanella, Ortles Cevedale and Brenta.

The valley has an ancient history, and its villages are the most important testimony: Malè, is constituted as the most important center, Dimaro, one of the oldest inhabited areas in the area, Marilleva, a famous tourist destination, Caldes, Terzolas, Vermiglio, Commezzadura, Monclassico.