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Spas of Trentino, all-round nature

Water means nature. And the water available at the hot springs is extraordinary

The spas in Trentino are all part of major natural parks or located near lakes, rivers and beautiful mountains. Their location is perfect for practicing countless outdoor activities: walks in the woods, hiking in the Dolomites on foot and by mountain bike, swims in the lakes and... winter skiing.

In Western Trentino, the Terme di Pejo and Rabbi are located in the Stelvio National Park, one of the largest in the Alps and home to hundreds of deer. All around the mountains of Cevedale, the highest group of Trentino. The Terme della Val Rendena and Comano lie at the gates of the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park, the largest in Trentino, kingdom of the brown bear. Caderzone lies between the Adamello granite and Brenta Dolomites, at the foot of which we find the UNESCO Biosphere with Comano at its centre.

Located to the East of Trento, Levico and Vetriolo respectively on the shores of the Lakes of Levico and Caldonazzo and at the foot of the mountain range of Lagorai, just as Casa Raphael in Roncegno Terme. Caldonazzo is the largest lake in Trentino after the Garda and the chain of Lagorai is one of the wildest and most unexplored. Located at the foot of the most beautiful peaks of the Dolomites (UNESCO World Heritage Site) is the Hotel Antico Bagno delle Terme Dolomia in Pozza, in the beautiful Val di Fassa. Overlooking the beaches of the largest lake in Italy are finally the facilities of Garda Thermae.

The various waters gush at variable heights, from the 1600 metres of Vetriolo, passing through the 1400 of Pejo, the 1325 of Pozza di Fassa (Dolomia), the 1200 of Rabbi, the 720 of Caderzone and the valley floor of Comano (400) and Arco (90). 

Published on 19/10/2021