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

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Discovering Val di Sole, home to Casolèt Cheese

Discovering Val di Sole, home to Casolèt Cheese
Discovering Val di Sole, home to Casolèt Cheese
Discovering Val di Sole, home to Casolèt Cheese
Discovering Val di Sole, home to Casolèt Cheese
Discovering Val di Sole, home to Casolèt Cheese
Discovering Val di Sole, home to Casolèt Cheese

In the lower part of Val di Sole there are still some apple orchards, which gradually disappear as you go up the valley. This is the land of Casolèt cheese, which you can buy in dairies in the area. When in Malé, it is definitely worth making a stop to buy the apple strudel and many other local pastries.

From here we head towards Croviana, renowned for its honey production, where there are more than 40 small beekeepers sharing a great passion for this activity. To get to know this sweet universe you should not miss Melissa, an event which celebrates the bees and their honey. It is held every year during the third weekend of July.

Going up to the middle and upper Val di Sole it is worth paying a visit to the characteristic side valleys of Rabbi and Pejo, famous for their thermal waters and where you can buy goat cheese at the last caseificio turnario in Trentino (a shared ownership artisan dairy).