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Tenno Lake

Just 3 kilometers far from Paradiso Parolari there's the lovely Tenno lake. Despite this lake is not very big, it is one of the most beautiful lakes you can see in the northern Italy. Tenno lake is famous for ist marvelous turquoise colour, very similar to the Caribbean sea. In the middle there's a little island. There you can swim, get tanned, and enjoy a wonderful landscape. You can reach this lake just going on foot on a path in the woods: it'll take you only half an hour. You'll love it!!

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Tenno (8 Km away)

Tenno is a very nice village in which you may see a XIIth century castle. The building has high embattled walls and near it you may visit the little anciet St. Lorenzo Church, decoradet with nice XIth century frescoes.

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The medieval village of Canale

Just 4 kilometers far from Paradiso Parolari there's the old medieval village of Canale, which is one of the most beautiful medieval villages in Italy. Visiting this village you may still feel the magic atmosphere of ancient times: houses made of wood and stone decorated with frescoes, narrow paved lanes and little wooden porticoes. Here there is also the famous "Artists' House" with interesting temporary exhibitions and art galleries. Mid August there'a a medioeval festival when people are dressed like in the middle Ages and show you old activities.

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Pile-dwelling in Fiavé

The archeological area of Fiavè is a UNESCO protected biotope which has remained unspoilt and it hosts the remains of pile-dwelling structures dating back to 2300 b.C. The piles-dwelling are 3 km away from our house. The Museo delle palafitte in Fiavé, provides an extraordinary window on the daily life of the inhabitants of prehistoric Trentino. Quite exceptional are the wooden objects, some of the most ancient in the world, having been preserved for 3,800-3,400 years: cups, ladles, whisks, trays, buckets, clubs, sickles, drills, axe handles. And then the remains of food that these people used to grow and gather.

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Cascade Ballino "Sajant"
This waterfall is at 1 km and is visible from our house.

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Cave "La Camerona"
The cave is about 1 km from our house (20 minutes walk)

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Castle Stenico (20 km away)

The Castello di Stenico is one of the oldest castles in the Trentino, and used to be a fortress of great strategic relevance. The strategically important Castello di Stenico is a museum of art and history. Its numerous rooms are decorated with furniture, paintings, arms and firearms as well as age-old tools for everyday use, all of them borrowed from the collections held by Castello del Buonconsiglio di Trento.

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Land Art Itinerary: Bosco Arte Stenico

The lovers of culture, nature and art will find through this attractive walk a lot of art works placed in the forest. BoscoArteStenico is an easy walk open also to disabled people accompanied or to families with children. A true meeting with contemporary art sink into the wood that will afford visitors to reflect on the relationship man-nature during the centuries. Walking along the BoscoArteStenico art itinerary you can delight the naturalist beauties of the valley, admire the artistic work placed on the way by the authors and you can have a break at the Medieval Castle of Stenico.

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Nardis Waterfalls (48 km)

Nardis Waterfalls are the most well-known falls of Val di Genova, which is renowned as the "waterfalls valley" for the great abundance of falls featured. They drop for over 130 metres from Presanella, at 921 m a.s.l., with a gradient of between 55 and 65 degrees. The valley boasts terraced slopes cut by watercourses and glacier formations, which explains the unusually large amount of falls.
Water steam and its effect on the rocks, as well as the special angle the light features at sunset, make the waterfall a very evocative attraction - but it is actually spectacular all day long.

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Hike to the lakes of the Val Nambrone valley (55KM)

Thanks to the road, which goes up over 2,000 m asl., the lakes of the Val Nambrone valley are easily accessible. The Val Nambrone valley is a side valley of the Valle di Campiglio valley and branches between Pinzolo and Sant’Antonio di Mavignola. The valley is not only famous for the gorgeous panoramic views on the Brenta Dolomites but also for its lakes. The snow which is collected on the glaciers during the winter, melts again in summer, this meltwater reaches the lakes and feeds the Sarca river, which passes through the valley. The Cornisello Lakes are located at 2,120 m asl., the Lago Nero lake at 2,200 m asl. and the Lake Vedretta at impressive 2,600 m asl. By car you can reach an altitude of more than 2,000 m asl, near the first of the Cornisello Lakes. From there several paths proceed up to the other lakes and the peaks of the Presanella mountain group.



Castle Campo – 8 km away

Nestled within a thicket on the outskirts of the Piana di Lomaso, Castel Campo is a monumental castle complex featuring three towers enclosing an elegant medieval courtyard. Spectacular from an architectonic point of view, the castle boasts Medieval and Romantic contaminations as well as Neo-Gothic flavours, especially in the halls. Its striking inner courtyard contains three rows of arcades, opened at different times. The five, large arches of the colonnade are supported by red stone columns, taken from the remains of a previous building dating back to the 4th century. Castel Campo offers guided tours. Please call +39 0465 702020 or write us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Canyon Limarò – 14 km away

The canyon Limarò is a deep gorge carved by the river Sarca between gray and red rocks. In 10 minutes walk you can reach the dizzy rope bridge suspended over the river. For more information, click here.

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Varone waterfall at 12 km

The waterfall is almost 100 meters high and hidden in a cave deep in the mountain between Lake Tenno and Lake Garda.
You can reach it through  a botanical garden and can be seen from two points illuminated with different colours.
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Old Strada del Ponale - 16 km away

The old Strada del Ponale offers great views of Lake Garda. It is reserved to hikers and cyclists and one of the biggest attractions of the upper Lake Garda. The Strada del Ponale connects Riva del Garda and the Valle di Ledro. Originally built in the second half of the 19th century, it was replaced by a modern tunnel only 20 years ago. Since 2004 it has been closed to traffic and limited to cyclists and hikers. Thanks to its position and architecture, the old Strada del Ponale is one of the most beautiful historical panoramic roads in Europe.
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Riva del Garda (15 Km)
Riva del Garda is the main centre of Northern Lake Garda. The mild climate favours a typically Mediterranean vegetation with lemon trees, olive trees, laurels and palm trees: a true Mediterranean island at the foot of the Dolomites. The centre of Riva del Garda will fascinate you with its works of art and architecture, witnessing to ancient history and a past rich in art and culture. The most importants things to visit are: the Rocca, at present hosting the city museum and art gallery; the Apponale tower, an ancient venue for commerce and fairs; the Pretorian Palace, hosting under its loggia Roman, medieval and modern memorial stones, and the historic Comune Palace. The churches of the Inviolata and S. Maria Assunta, important examples of Baroque architecture.

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Arco (18 Km)

Arco is situated at the heart of the northern Lake Garda region. At one end, Arco faces Lake Garda, while its other end is surrounded by the mountains. It is a well-known holiday resort by virtue of its mild climate, clean and healthy air and its position right by the lake-side. Archduke Albert of Habsburg built his winter residence, the Villa Arciducale, in Arco. Surrounded by a lush park, the Arboretum, it hosts exotic and Mediterranean plants. The Habsburgs ornated the city with parks and gardens, elegant liberty villas and beautiful palaces. The Castle of Arco, one of the most beautiful medieval fortresses in the Alps, was built by the Counts of Arco at the top of a towering rock overlooking the plain of the river Sarca and offers a breathtaking panorama.

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Malcesine (30 Km)
Malcesine is the most picturesque of all locations around the lake, different from all the others, with its overwhelming rocky promontory emerging from the waters and dominated by the towering castle that keeps watching the old town below with medieval origin, with its picturesque, cobbled alleys and small squares, doors and vaults, small and multicolored stores, pubs, studios, restaurants, taverns, old houses leaning one on each other, stone walls, patios and gardens, picturesque corners and vivacious atmospheres plenty of tourists. A dream landscape, one of the most fascinating views: Malcesine is situated between the changing colours of Lake Garda, which vary from the white foaming waves to an intense blue, from azure to silver and a warm gold of summer sunsets, and Monte Baldo rising wild and majestic, wooded and rocky up to over 2000 meters with its highest peaks.
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Natural Reserve "Laghi Soi"
300 meters from our house, hidden by a dense network of branches, mosses and aquatic vegetation, you see the LaghiSoi Lakes, a small nature reserve: hazelnuts, white firs, maple trees, elms, hawthorns and red fir trees guard in the shadows of their branches a jewel of biodiversity: Alpine tritons and majestic, colorful dragonflies.
A tectonic depression in Jurassic limestone houses this precious protected area. You can reach it by walking for 2 minutes along the little road that leads to Tenno Lake. Once you reach the wooden hut you can see the LaghiSoi Lakes on your right hand side.

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Villa Paradiso Parolari Località Laghissoi 1 38060 Tenno (TN) Trentino Alto Adige

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