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A natural garden of scents and colours …

Even the simple amateur will greatly enjoy the abundant flora (that includes some very rare species), the colours of the flowers, the freshness of the waters all of which become a relaxing, pleasant and instructive pastime for anyone entering these natural “arboretums”. The Maddalene is equally rich in animals too.The great variety of landscapes is matched with the multiplicity of habitats typical of Alpine fauna. All you need to do is arm yourself with a camera and … patience.If we are discrete and silent, the wild animals are sure to award us exciting mementoes of our stay in Valle di Non.As the ideal holiday venue, Valle di Non has managed to reconcile its hotels and qualified tourist services with its precious natural resources: the peacefulness of the forests, the fresh and sparkling air, the genuine products of the land, the splendour of its sweet and varied landscapes.

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Secular trees witnesses to the passing of time

 

At Bresimo, along the road that leads to malga Bordolona, stands one of the oldest trees of Trentino, a larch 600 years old.It is located in the locality called 10 case and is a lovely specimen with a trunk 6.30 metres in diameter.It is 40 metres tall, but its special attraction lies in its many branchings. In fact, at the height of 2 metres the tree branches out into 3 parts, each of which then bifurcates.At Cagnò, in the garden of the De Pretis residence, there is Trentino’s largest sequoia that stands 30 metres high and has a 3 metre circumference

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Consorzio turistico le Maddalene 38020 Marcena di Rumo (TN)   Tel 0463.530310   Fax 0463.531200   info@maddalene.it

 
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