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A peaceful sleep under a starry sky

2022.04.05
A peaceful sleep under a starry sky
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In Trentino, nature experiences happen when you choose to stay somewhere that gives you a sense of true freedom. And camping is certainly one of them, with locations surrounded by peaceful greenery and latest trends like glamping.
Unzip your tent, breathe in the crisp morning air and admire the water - is there any better way to start a new day? Trentino is abundant with some of the most well-run campsites by its lakes, with bungalows, tent pitches, and loads of amenities, from swimming pools to wellness areas, winning several awards from important international associations like ADAC and ANWB. Many of the 69 campsites in Trentino are equipped for sleeping in nature but with an added touch of comfort making it glamping.

In Val di Ledro, the spring air smells like the blossoming wild peonies and narcissus that dot the meadows above the town of Mezzolago. You can get there by walking along the botanical trail that goes up to Dromaè, or you can mountain bike along a forest road. From there, enjoy the enchanting view of the lake and the peaks of the Ledro Alps, which are criss-crossed by many mountain trails.

The Ledro Alps Trek is a 5-day trek across the mountains and places steeped in history. Ancient military and forest roads lead to mountain pastures, plus there is a cycling path that goes around Lake Ledro and then pushes you towards the green Val Concei. Another stretch goes to Passo d’Ampola, where you can observe the spectacular flowering of water lilies. For an all-around nature experience, we recommend staying at a campsite. At Molina di Ledro, the Best Ledro Camping site was originally designed with various glamping tents. The Palafitta tent, for example, reminds you of the water dwellings from 4,000 years ago which are now in a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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If Torbole and Riva del Garda are international sailing capitals, Arco certainly is land sport capital, with hundreds of cliffs that attract climbers from every country, and a great network of variety of mountain biking trails, spectacular canyoning paths of many kilometres.

Camping Al Lago, located by the banks of Lake Garda, is open from 25 March and provides an experience in close contact with nature, by giving an option to stay at different types of charming Safari style tents and without the need to sacrifice your comfort.

Campsite Camping Zoo located in Arco is a historical campsite that now offers new glamping experiences with amenities such as 16mm2 Coco Tent, perfectly assembled and furnished like a tiny flat surrounded by nature.

Nearby Valle dei Laghi, the Drena Camping Resort — situated right in front of the castle overlooking the valley — provides a holiday nestled in nature, also with various glamping opportunities. Choose to stay at the Glamping Luna, which is a completely transparent tent, so you can sleep under the stars in total privacy. The Glamping Sarca has a floor made of small and rounded river rocks that will help to relax and enjoy your own personal sensory journey.

Moving on to Valsugana, located at the bottom of Monte Panarotta with forest-covered slopes stretching towards Levico Terme and its lake (Blue Flag since 2013) Lago Levico Camping Village, the largest family campsite in Valsugana can be found. The campsite is embracing the new camping experience, therefore from 22 April, there will be different options of tents to choose from such as the two-level glamping tent with a view of the lake, as well as eco-friendly lodgings and mobile homes with furnished verandas.

Cyclists can take the Valsugana cycle path to the Venetian provincial border and beyond to Bassano del Grappa. More experienced cyclists can test themselves by going up the Vetriolo, below the top of Panarotta, a.k.a. the Menadòr Road and cycling to Passo Vezzena along the historic Kaiserjägerstraße.

NATURE JUST OUTSIDE YOUR


Camping in the Alpine valleys of Trentino and staying at some of the most incredible campsites makes you feel like a part of nature. From Ossana, in Val di Sole, walking or riding a mountain bike, you can set off towards the farmsteads of Valpiana, where magnificent sunset can be seen. In addition, the Italian Astronomy Association consider the sky there as one of the clearest.

I Larici Lodge campsite is nestled at Funice di Ossana, with 60 recently built tent pitches, all with Wi-Fi and television connections. From here, you can set out to discover the valleys of Stelvio National Park for some whitewater rafting on the Noce River, walking or cycling along kilometres of forest trails and roads.

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Moving on along Val Rendena to Porte di Rendena, there you will find Camping Val Rendena, located right next to the Sarca River, perfect for fishing enthusiasts. In addition there are hundreds of tents, flats and several types of mobile home. There is also a small sport fishing lake where fishing enthusiasts can go fly fishing for precious char.

Following the cycle path, just outside the campsite, you can get to various dedicated areas. This facility is part of the Trentino Fishing project. You can also get day passes, buy equipment and accessories, and book a Trentino Fishing Guide to take you to the best fishing spots on the Alpine rivers and lakes.

At the bottom of the Brenta Dolomites, the water of Lake Molveno, the Most Beautiful Lake in Italy, according to the Italian Touring Club, will greet you as you look out from the lakeside tent pitches and the cottages of Camping Spiaggia, directly overlooking the white pebble beach. Perfectly situated between the lake and the mountains, this facility offers excellent amenities, especially for families, including the new Dolomia Wellness centre, also boasting the Quality Park label. Just outside the campsite, the hiking trails start, leading into the Adamello Brenta National Park woods towards the peaks and the mountain huts of the mountain range or for an easy stroll around the lake.

At Paneveggio Pale di San Martino National Park, Val Canali is one of the park’s symbols as well as its southern gateway. Camping site Castelpietra takes its name from an old manor, portrayed by the first explorers of the 1800s and noted in their travel journals. Chalet-style Alpine bungalows and tent pitches surrounded by greenery are the starting point for discovering this valley steeped in tradition, typical villages like Mezzano and its art path built on wood piles.

In Val di Fiemme, at Bellamonte, just a few kilometres from the Paneveggio Forest Park Visitor’s Centre you will find Fiemme Village, where you can stay in tent campsites, small wooden chalets or even cottages in the countryside, surrounded by the majestic forests of the Lagorai Group.

Nearby Val di Fassa, at Sèn Jan di Fassa, you will find Camping Vidor family and wellness resort. Built to look like the amphitheatre, it overlooks the woods and the dolomites of the Vallaccia Group. It is an excellent base camp for anyone looking for an active holiday outdoors. The trails to beautiful Val San Nicolò and the peaks of the Monzoni and Marmolada Group start just outside the facility. It takes only a few minutes for the Buffaure ski lifts to take you to the highland meadows, with endless panoramas and horizons on the Italian Alps at Fassa, where you can almost touch the sky.

Tags: #spring #alpine #trentino #italy

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