Stop in the woods to listen to the rustling of the leaves. Walking among the spruces of the Violini forest. Be amazed by the red waters of Lake Tovel, or the beauty of the Nardis Falls.
Go on the bears' tracks, meet a marmot, or discover the signs of the wolf's presence. Wait for the sunset to see the Dolomites in all their beauty. And finally, to be amazed by a starry sky.
A holiday in the Adamello Brenta Nature Park is a continuous encounter with Nature. The ideal destination for ecotourism enthusiasts, for those looking for a holiday that respects the environment and places.
The Adamello Brenta nature Park is a natural paradise, kingdom of brown bears, roe deer, deer, eagles, and since 2009 UNESCO heritage.
The beautiful Brenta Dolomites and the impressive Adamello Presanella massif embrace the largest park in Trentino. Inside there are 48 lakes and one of the largest glaciers in Europe.
One of the Park's access is San Lorenzo in Banale, a few steps from the Comano thermal baths. With its ancient houses in woods and stone, San Lorenzo in Banale is one of the most beautiful towns in Italy.
The Adamello Brenta Nature Park encourages sustainable mobility. The excursions that leave from San Lorenzo in Banale offer a free shuttle service to the destination.
To encourage the use of public transport by tourists, several hotels offer special discounts to those who decide to hand over their car keys at the hotel and to move exclusively on foot, by mountain bike or by bus. A choice to better the environment, but also good for wellness and saving money!
Inside the Park, various hotels and restaurants have been awarded the "Qualità Parco" mark, a certification that attests the respect for the environment and the enhancement of the local economy.
Thus, several hotels use ecological detergents, have clean energy and put in good practices to minimize water consumption, separate waste collection over 80%. These eco-friendly hotels with CETS - Quality Park ecolabel also offer organic and local food, enhancing the local economy.