For your holiday in Trentino visit: Altopiano di Pinè and Valle di Cembra
Lakes, vineyards, biotopes, typical food and wine and sport: there are many ways to spend days dedicated to feeling good
The one that embraces the Pinè Plateau and the Cembra Valley is a single tourist area. The landscape of the plateau is sweet, scattered with small villages and hamlets, between meadows and woods.
The areas of naturalistic interest distinguish the whole area. The biotopes of Laghestel and the Grave are evidence of still vital ecosystems. There are numerous lakes in the area, the largest being the Serraia and Piazze lakes . To see the Pyramids of Segonzano, original geological formations, true natural monuments.
The conformation of the Cembra Valley is distinguished by the typical terraces obtained on the steep and sunny slopes planted with vines, which give rise to a production of wines (Müller-Thurgau) and grappas of high quality. For those who love good food, the local food and wine is characterized by genuine flavors that respect tradition: cheeses, chestnuts, honey, mushrooms and small berries.
There are many cultural and musical, food and wine and sports events offered in the summer. Among the sporting activities of the tourist offer we find hiking and mountain biking, as well as fishing, dragon boating, swimming in lakes, archery, orienteering, paragliding.
The Ice Rink Pinè and the Cembra Palacurling are internationally famous, frequented by both great champions and fans of speed skating, short-track, figure skating, hockey, broomball, curling and archery. The two sports facilities are home to training and competitions, but also shows, entertainment and folklore for the whole family.
A destination for religious tourism is the Marian Sanctuary of Montagnaga , the most famous in Trentino.
Ice skating and curling, Christmas atmosphere and food and wine light up the winter in Pinè and in the Cembra Valley
The Pinè plateau, northeast of Trento, has an average height of 900 meters and its lakes of Serraia and Piazze have been popular holiday destinations for decades. The terraces planted with vines give the typical aspect of the Cembra Valley. Fine wines ( Müller-Thurgau ) and local grappas can be tasted in the many Cembran cellars and distilleries and the local food and wine has the genuine flavors of the mountain tradition.
Winter is the season of the earth's rest and the whole area benefits from the atmosphere.
In the Cembra Valley, winter begins from Divin Ottobre with food and wine weekends and arrives with the living nativity scene of Albiano, while the Pinè Plateau is transformed into the land of nativity scenes and offers its Christmas market, entertainment and games for children. children.
And then it continues on the ice at the Stadio di Piné - federal center of CONI - with speed skating, artistic and broomball, and at the Palacurling in Cembra , for curling. Sporting events, often nationally and internationally, enliven the winter season. Cross-country skiing can be done on the rings around the Ice Rink di Piné and the Buse lake in Brusago, and the descent to the Tradis school camp in Piazze.
Always popular are the places dedicated to the Marian cult : the Sanctuary of Montagnaga in Piné and the Madonna dell'Aiuto in Segonzano.