Il chiosco Spiaggetta is located directly on the beach of Anfo on Idro Lake. Enjoy the beautiful view of the lake in company.
The equestrian centre is in Cavrasto di Bleggio, about an hour’s drive from Lake Idro and can be reached by a beautiful panoramic road through the Chiese valley and over the Durone pass. Enjoy trekking and horse riding in the countryside and surrounding mountains in the beautiful green environment.
In close collaboration with Maniva Ski, a great novelty arrives on Mount Maniva: dog sledding with Alaskan sled dogs, the Alaskan Huskies. You will be the one to drive the sled pulled by a pack of huskies like in the Great North or like in the mythical Iditarod race!
The fortress of Cima Ora, or what is left of it because it is more of a ruin, dates back to the First World War and is located at 1539 m in the municipality of Anfo. From the top, where the cannon emplacements once stood, there is a magnificent view of the surrounding mountains.
A short distance from Lake Idro you go back in time in this valley. Where the grass greener grows and the sky bluer than ever. Beautiful meadows to look out for miles over the rolling hills. A real discovery of nature, culture and history
Discover the thrill of tandem flights.
Fly surrounded by beautiful landscapes of Trentino, immerse yourself in the untouched nature of our mountains, from the Brenta Dolomites to the clear waters of Lake Idro.
The Rocca d’Anfo is a fortified military complex built in the fifteenth century by the Republic of Venice in the municipality of Anfo, on Lake Idro, in the Valle Sabbia.
Built on the slope of Monte Censo, on an area of 50 hectares, the Rocca d’Anfo was remodeled and enlarged in different periods by the military engineers of Napoleone Bonaparte, Giuseppe Zanardelli and by the Italian Military Engineer. La Rocca is the largest Napoleonic fortress in Italy.
The Rocca d’Anfo site is owned by the state, under concession to the Lombardy Region for its safety and enhancement. The Valle Sabbia Mountain Community has been managing it since 2015, opening it to guided tours
Driving towards Treviso Bresciano you will come across this old fortress. Follow the directions ‘Forte di Valledrane’, park your car or bicycle at the abandoned house and you will walk into a piece of history. Don’t let the lever stop you, you can walk around it and after 5 minutes you will arrive at this open space with a great view.