Val Di Fiemme
Thanks to its long tradition of hospitality and great care for its precious nature and landscape, Val di Fiemme is a privileged vacation area. Crossed by stream Avisio, the valley is surrounded by the Monte Corno Natural Park on the West, the Latemar chain and Pale di San Martino on the North, by Val San Pellegrino and the Paneveggio Natural Park - which is considered one of the most important and beautiful parks in Europe - on the East, and by the Lagorai chain with Cermis on the South.
The valley features a huge park crossed by lots of interesting paths to practise sports or enjoy relax, both surrounded by nature or in the new wellness and fitness centres. The woods' heritage and related activities - such as artistic wooden handicraft or item-manufacturing branded by eco-compatible international trademarks - are still managed today by the age-old Magnifica Comunità di Fiemme. Headquartered in Cavalese, this institution safeguards ancient rules and traditions by fostering local people's connection with their cultural roots.
In the summer, Val di Fiemme offers a wide programme of both sport and kid activities, including hikes, mountain-bike rides, Tibet-style walks and Trekking delle Leggende tours. The first Nordic Walking Park in the whole Trentino region was implemented in Val di Fiemme.
Car: Cavalese may be reached, from the South as well as from the North, via the state road 12 of the Brenner pass or via the motorway A22 (exit Enga/Ora, toll gate distance 25km, Trento North or S. Michele) and then along the state road SS48 of the Dolomites (from Enga/Ora) in the direction of Cavalese or (from Lavìs) via the SS612 of the Cembra Valley or via the SS50 Rolle Pass San Martino di Castrozza.
Public transport: There is a direct connection to Trento station or better to Egna/Ora station; both offer a good bus service to the village.
Airplane: Nearby airports are Verona Catullo (at a distance of 90 km), Venice Marco Polo (195 km), Milan Linate (245 km) and the new airport of Bolzano (60 km).