Diverse exclusive stages make an exciting journey that takes place among large mountains and green valleys going through the Dolomites of Brenta, from Rendena Valley to Madonna di Campiglio.
The mountainous group of the Brenta represents the last appendix of the Dolomites, and includes the Adamello Brenta natural park, an area historically characterized by a series of evocative churches where beautiful frescoes of the fifteenth century are kept; among these churches there are two principal ones: the Sant’Antonio Church of Pelugo and the San Vigilio Church of Pinzolo.
Further ahead on the journey through the Dolomites of Brenta one must see the Waterfall of Genoa Valley, impetuous and magnificent, immersed in a natural landscape rich in flora and fauna, over which, from a dominant position, the Adamello Glacier, the biggest in Italy, keeps watch. Madonna di Campiglio stands out for its great reputation as a unique winter tourism locality, a real and typical queen of ski runs, at the centre of a wide ski complex that offers many possibilities both for beginners and experts and professionals; it is no coincidence that important international competitions are held there.
In Madonna di Campiglio, the Hotel Splendid, managed by the Tonelli family, offers the chance to taste delicious sweet products typical of the region, skilfully prepared by the hands of an expert chef. The area of the Brenta also offers landscapes in which to spend summer vacations, in tranquillity and contact with nature, ideal for trekking and climbing enthusiasts, but also for the families who wish to visit unique places, like Waterfall Vallesinella.
The landscape is completed by the so-called Orti della Regina (The Queen’s gardens), two natural valleys over the Brenta, dearly loved by the queen of Austria, Sissi. Those who find themselves on the shores of Lake Garda can follow unique itineraries that will take them to discover the Dolomites of Brenta: departing from Riva del Garda, for instance, one can linger on Lago di Tenno to admire the enchanted medieval villages, and then on Fiavè to taste the delicious products of an ancient tradition: that of dairying; continuing towards Rendena Valley and then arriving at Madonna di Campiglio, where it is easy to reach stupendous places such as Valle di Sole (Sun Valley) and Val di Non.