Panorama of the Val di Fiemme and its countriesTwo people do Nordic Walking in the woodsOld house of wood and masonry with geraniums on the balconiesA group of wanderer in the Val di FiemmeThe Lake Tesero surrounded by meadows and mountains

What to see in the Val di Fiemme

Are you looking for information on what to see in the Fiemme Valley? Well then, you'll be spoiled for choice!

On holiday in the Val di Fiemme you can start by visiting the following: 12 alpine towns, each with its own character and history. In addition, the Val di Fiemme is surrounded by magnificent mountains: the Lagorai Chain, the Pale di San Martino and the Latemar Group. These beautiful peaks have been a tourist destination since ancient times, attracting people from all over the world to come and spend their winter or summer holidays here.

The natural environment of the Val di Fiemme is further embellished and enhanced by the Natural Parks of Paneveggio and Monte Corno. These protected areas of great importance cover more than 20,000 hectares of woodland. Over 200 kilometers of forest roads pass through and connect these woods and are ideal routes for cycling in summer or snowshoeing in winter.

The value of the timber of the Val di Fiemme has been known for a long time: just think that Stradivari himself used its spruce pine wood to make his violins, unanimously recognized as the best in the world. This wood is still used today to make fine musical instruments.

In addition the Val di Fiemme and its towns offer numerous sporting and cultural events and shows for their visitors. Not to be missed are the Marcialonga, a sports event that attracts people from all over the world, the museums and examples of architecture of great artistic value.