During the summer months you will never be short of anywhere to have an energetic walk. Leave the apartment and take the gondola lift to the top, breath in the fresh mountain air and wander down to the Rifugio for a lazy lunch with a glass of wine in the summer sun before continuing on your way down to the apartment or take the gondola back.
If walking is not for you then try the mountain bike trails around the Dolomite hillside. There are some wonderful and exciting tracks made through the woods with jumps and bridges over the streams.
Alternatively, hire a bike or stroll down to Lake Molveno and relax on the beach, take out a pedalo, play basket or beach volley ball then dive into the fresh water lake to cool off.
Molveno is an excellent starting-point for local walks into the surrounding parks and mountains. A cableway is located in the town centre which will take you directly to the Pradel Plateau (1400 m), where numerous paths and fixed-rope routes begin. One of the most famous trails in the area is the Sentiero delle Bocchette, which attracts thousands of tourists every year.
Molveno is the ideal place if you are looking for a sporty area by the beach with its tennis courts, Olympic-size pool, archery facility, bowls green, mountain-bike paths, hang gliding launch pad, roller-skating rink, mini golf, football and volleyball pitches, sailing, windsurfing, fishing opportunities and a rock-climbing gym, The Forest Park adventure trails on the Pradel Plateau are great fun for everyone.
If you would rather spend some time relaxing with a glass of wine, you can enjoy peaceful boat trips and long walks on the banks of Lake Molveno and across the sorrounding maple, cornel, hazel and birch woods. Special mention goes to the tiny Gothic Church of San Vigilio and the ancient “rassica” Taialacqua sawmill, which dates back to the 16th century.
Verona is best known by the British for its associations with Shakespeare, and you can discover the delights of the city which is only 1 hour away.
Verona is a city with great artistic and architectural treasures, and well-preserved Roman remains, of which the most famous is the Amphitheatre. This is the largest in Europe after the Colosseum in Rome, and is still used for renowned outdoor opera performances in the summer. Also worth seeing is Porta Borsari, one of the original Roman gates.
You can visit Juliet’s house and see the famous balcony or walk along the narrow medieval streets which are a delight to stroll around.
Adamello Brenta nature park
Adamello Brenta Nature Park is the largest protected area of Trentino. Located in the western part of Trentino Province – Italy, it is over 62 km wide.
It is endowed with 80 lakes and with Adamello Glacier, one of the largest glaciers in Europe.
Its fauna is among the richest of the Alps and includes all animal species which find their habitat on the mountains, bear and steinbock as well. Rich woods and meadows, fruits and flowers which are rare to find, thousands of insects, birds and other animals whose life is determinant for the biological equilibria of the Park and of the Earth.