Panchià in the Val di Fiemme
Panchià is a small town in the Val di Fiemme, located between the towns of Tesero and Ziano di Fiemme, at 980 meters above sea level, which has its origins in an ancient agricultural tradition, subsequently enriched by local crafts and tourism.
Overlooked by the Massif of Cordon and Monte Agnello, Panchià is a typical alpine village not far from ski centers which are ideal for alpine skiing, snowboarding and Nordic skiing. Panchià's typical alpine look is rendered even more picturesque by the Avisio river that divides the small town in two halves: admire the view while walking across the "Ponte Vecchio" the old wooden bridge that dates back to 1903.
Among the historical and artistic sights worth seeing in Panchià, the Church of St. Valentine should definitely be included, cited for the first time as far back as 1190.