“C’era una volta un castello” path
In the centre of the village of Tenno, just below the castle, you will find Borgo di Frapporta, the oldest part of the village. The point of departure of the itinerary isin front of the ogive door that allows entrance to the “borgo”.
The itinerary crosses Borgo di Frapporta, the oldest party of the village of Tenno, wherethe houses are large and made of stone, constructed one next to the other and crossed bynarrow and characteristic streets. The Borgo is dominated by Tenno Castle, which dates to1100: it was conquered first by a number of feudal counts, then by the Bishopric of Trento.In 1700 it was badly damaged, and then a number of private individuals bought it andrenovated it. After a brief stretch in Borgo di Frapporta, take the small road on the left thatleads to Grom hill: from here there is a fantastic view of Lake Garda. Continue along the path, descending, and you reach the small church of San Lorenzo: it was built in the year 1000 and contains, inside, pictures dating to the 13th century. The itinerary ends with thelast part of the path that passes in front of large terraces cultivated with olive trees.