|A holiday for everyone, among nature, sport, art and culture|
The Valle dell’Adige valley has always been an important communication route between north and south and is the central section of the valley of the Adige River, between the Val Venosta valley in the north and the Vallagarina valley in the south. Land rich in history, culture, art and nature, it goes from the Piana Rotaliana plain to Mattarello and is characterized by a wide valley bottom covered with vineyards, on the sides of which rise imposing mountains.
In the northern part of the valley there is the Piana Rotaliana plain that, known and appreciated for its renowned wine industry, features a famous local grape variety, the Teroldego, and includes the towns of Faedo, Mezzocorona, Mezzolombardo, Roverè della Luna and San Michele all’Adige.
In the center of the valley lies Trento, lively Renaissance town where different cultures and traditions meet and merge in a unique pattern of museums, castles and frescoed historical buildings.
West of Trento rises the Bondone Mountain, a paradise for sportsmen both in summer and in winter, as well as favourite holiday destination for nature lovers, coming here to admire its wonderful botanical garden.
At the bottom of the western side stretches the Valle dei Laghi valley, an extremely varied and magical scenery made of Alpine and Mediterranean plants, where vineyards and orchards mix with the forests, while the lakes, overlooked by the castles, reflect the image of the surrounding mountains.
The Valle dell’Adige valley offers unlimited holiday choices for sport lovers, especially for cycling lovers, since cycling is one of the most common sport activities of Trentino. Here you find routes of every level and length, like the famous Adige Valley Cycle Track, or the many paths going up to the mountains.