Holidaying Safely in Trentino: our ways of taking care of you

Our guide to a peaceful and stress-free stay

Trentino is open and ready to welcome you. 

In our guides you can learn about all the measures put in place by our operators and tourist service providers to protect you and your loved ones. 

Make this a summer to remember

You deserve a break. So make sure it’s filled with sunshine, interest and adventure, by targeting one of Trentino’s top lakes

There are nearly 300 lakes in all, scattered right across the region, and they serve up a mouthwatering range of holiday experiences. If all you want to do is lie back and soak up the mountain views, then we’ve got beaches aplenty. If it’s a more action-packed experience you’re after, then you can take your pick from a dazzling range of watersports.

Lake Garda is the best-known of our lakes: a Mediterranean mix of blues skies and brilliant sunshine, cooled by reliable mountain breezes. On the lake, kite-surfers, windsurfers and sailors jostle for the clearest air and the strongest gust. Meanwhile, hikers, road cyclists and mountain bikers explore every nook and cranny of the surrounding landscape, with the help of way marked footpaths, cycle tracks and the Mountain & Garda bike circuit.

In the Valsugana, you'll find the lakes of Caldonazzo and Levico, set within a lush landscape of forests and farmland. Both have a European blue flag, in recognition of the quality of their water, and they offer all kinds of sports, from water-skiing to canoeing - as well as a state-of-the-art spa centre. There are plenty of ways to explore the shoreline, too: on horseback, on hiking trails, and by bicycle, courtesy of the Valsugana cycling path.
Near Garda, Lake Ledro is famous for its crystal-clear waters and its forest walks. Last but not least,  Lake Molveno - set beneath the towering peaks the Brenta Dolomites – has once again been nominated “Best Lake in Italy” for its water quality by the Italian Environmentalist Association and the Italian Touring Club. Moreover, for the seventh year running, Molveno has been awarded the prestigious Orange Flag. It’s an accolade which recognizes not just the cleanliness of the water and beaches, but also the quality of its tourist infrastructure.

Lake Garda

Lake Garda

A lake that offers a thousand opportunities to have fun rocked by the...

Lago di Molveno - Un’oasi naturale immune dall’inquinamento

Lake Molveno - Deep deep blue

A natural oasis away from the city, surrounded by the Dolomites

Lago di Levico - APT Valsugana - ph. M. Visintainer | © Lago di Levico - APT Valsugana - ph. M. Visintainer

Lake Levico

A lake surrounded by greenery where you can find peace and relaxation

Lake Ledro - A journey in time

Lake Ledro - A journey in time

The Bronze Age village re-emerged from the waters

Lake Lavarone - On Freud’s footsteps

Lake Lavarone - On Freud’s footsteps

The charm of a small lake of very ancient origins

Lake Idro - A dive into adventure  | © Foto Archivio Consorzio Turistico Valle del Chiese

Lake Idro - A dive into adventure

Discover a place with historical and environmental riches to be...

Lago di Caldonazzo - photo Roberto Bragotto | © Lago di Caldonazzo - photo Roberto Bragotto

Lake Caldonazzo - A water sports paradise

A paradise for watersports

Published on 18.03.2019