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Your holiday at nature’s leisurely pace

5 agritourism holidays in Trentino, for a relaxing spring break

Far away from traffic noise, stop and take a nice breath. Can you smell the scents of the forest, flowers and fresh grass? Go back to your roots and enjoy a holiday rediscovering simplicity, in harmony with nature.

You can do this in one of the Trentino agritourisms, family-run farmhouse establishments where you are not simply a guest because you become one of the family. Savour the local food and wine products and participate in their preparation, discovering the culture and traditions of the area that is pampering you.

Draw inspiration from our agritourisms and spend a tranquil holiday in nature!

#1

Agritur Le Millemele, Paganella

An ancient fifteenth-century residence, a new eco house (Klimahaus), a spa with heated swimming pool and wooden furniture. Relax in our agritourism establishment in Spormaggiore, where everything is natural, from the wines of our cellar to the products served for breakfast: bread made with wholemeal flours, seeds and cereals, speck and cheeses, jams and fruit juices, all grown or made on our farm.

#2

Agritur Maso Rauter, Vigolana

The most striking thing about this maso (mountain farmstead) is its fantastic view over the Valsugana (valley) and the surrounding larch, birch, fir and chestnut woods. You can have breakfast with local produce and berries, but you can also have fantastic barbecues enjoying a superb view. And then there is also the Altopiano della Vigolana (plateau), which is ideal in spring to enjoy the apple and cherry blossoms, as well as easy hikes in nature.

#3

Agritur Soreie, Val di Fassa

The brother and sister owners, Sebastian and Stephanie, invite you to learn more about Soreie, their organic farm in the heart of the Dolomites. The farm produces biodynamic vegetables and cheeses made using goat’s and sheep’s milk and adopts environmental sustainability criteria, starting from the use of geothermal heating and natural plasters, but also fragrantly scented Swiss pine furnishings. Don’t miss the guided tours around the farm and the cooking classes!

#4

Maso Botes, Garda Trentino

Staying in an agritourism is fine, but it’s better to do so in style ... Maso Botes welcomes you with its majestic “olif de Botes”, an olive tree, estimated to be 800 to 1000 years old, and spectacular views of Lake Garda. The farmhouse’s architecture that blends in very well with its natural surroundings, its design furnishings and painstaking attention to detail will all surprise you. In addition to the high-quality EVO (extra-virgin) oil, you can also taste the farm’s own honey and, after a day at the lake, you can enjoy beautiful sunsets from its panoramic solarium.

#5

Agritur Bontempelli, Val di Sole

In Pellizzano, in the heart of the lush green nature of Val di Sole, you will find a welcoming atmosphere, fine cuisine and great attention for guests who have decided to become vegetarians or vegans: homemade cakes, milk and yoghurt, fresh fruit from the nearby territory. And then, off you go on fantastic excursions, even on horseback, to the Lago dei Caprioli (Roe deer Lake) or to other beautiful places in the surroundings.

Published on 14/02/2020