Trentino is a mountainous region situated in the north of Italy, near the border with Austria and well known by the lovers of winter sports. In the region, extend about 7.000 Kms, are living about 450.000 inhabitants.
|Pale di San Martino|
The Dolomites range, in the heart of this region, offer to his visitors a gorgeous landscape, and at the same allows to do a variety of activities, as pedestrian and BTT trails, climbing and ski.
In this region exists also characteristic mountain huts, used in the past during one season of the year, especially in the summer, to lodging the shepherds and as a stable for the animals, with the objective of searching better pastures. During that period the shepherds used to produce cheeses, and some still maintain a traditional and interesting system of preservation of food, which function only with water. Many huts are now abandoned and another’s were renewed for the implementation of accommodation units.
In this regional network is included five villages: Cimego (Valle del Chiese), Cembra (Val di Cembra), Fiera di Primiero (Val di Primiero) and Strombiano e Celentino (Val di Pejo). All villages have an interesting level of architectural harmony, surrounded by mountains and well fitted in the region. Mostly of the constructions show two kinds of materials, the stone and the wood, offering a unique ambience to visitors.
|Lago di Tovel|