The Fontanazzo Biotope, located on a site of over 50 hectares, lies in the Lower Valsugana valley.
A small valley with a wild charm
Val di Genova - the valley of waterfalls, tonalite and of unique crystalline rock formations.
Ecken: the high-standing biotope where an age-old lake used to be.
The Tre Cime del Monte Bondone integral nature reserve is one of the most highly prized botanic gardens in the Alps.
A pleasant destination for nature hikes
Once famed for its iron pyrite and silver galena mines.
Fiavè peat bog is more renowned for its archaeological heritage than for its landscape.
Val d'Algone is located in the south-eastern section of the Adamello Brenta Nature Park.
Boniprati is an immense green plateau dotted with mountain-style houses.
This vast peat bog located at the bottom of the valley is crisscrossed by a number of small channels.
Enjoy hikes and walks surrounded by firs and catch a glimpse of the Pale di San Martino
An orchid paradise on Mount Baldo.
The Norway spruce growing in the Paneveggio forest is the key to the secrets of master string-instrument makers.
Val di Fumo is the most evocative and rugged glacial Alpine valley in the Adamello Brenta Nature Park.
Marocche di Dro Biotope bears witness to the history of the glaciers.