Holiday in Madonna di Campiglio
Known as the pearl of the Brenta Dolomites, this elegant spot is 1550 metres above sea level in a beautiful valley between the Dolomites and the Adamello and Presanella glaciers. It boasts a multifaceted environment, great to discover in summer and winter. Our abundant holiday offers to Madonna di Campiglio will surely satisfy your craving for Trentino's mountain air.
Madonna di Campiglio is famous for its worldliness, but just a stone's throw from the centre you'll be immersed in a world of lakes, valleys, streams, pastures and lodges. Today the Ski Area boasts 57 ski lifts and covers 150 km of ski slopes, with a capacity of more than 31,000 people per hour, 50,000 square metres of snowpark, and 40 km for cross country skiing and snow shoeing in the towns of Pinzolo and Folgarida.
The 50,000-hectare Adamello-Brenta Nature Park, with a total of 450 km of mountain trails, offers incredible fun to the hikers and mountain-bikers who pass through its cool enchanting fir and larch woods. This park is the biggest protected area in Trentino and one of the largest in the Alps. Here, wherever you look, you’ll be inspired by the intense beauty of the marvellous views. From pristine forests to flowering fields, silent sunny pastures, crystalline lakes, babbling brooks and inaccessible cliffs, the scenery is stunning.
On the western side of the park grandiose glaciers extend across the Adamello-Presanella granite massif, giving birth to impetuous rivers, waterfalls and charming lakes. On the eastern side are the spectacular spires, towers and colossal cliffs of the famous Brenta Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The park's numerous alpine valleys provide access to the wildest and remotest areas of the park.
If you love mountain biking or high-altitude trekking, the most famous route is the Dolomiti di Brenta Bike: a fascinating tour through the peaks of the Brenta Dolomites and the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park. This route will satisfy athletic and amateur cyclists alike, traversing valleys, towns and cultures, from the blooming apple orchards up to the highlands. The Dolomiti di Brenta Bike is 171 km long, reaching an elevation of 2300 m. For less experienced cyclists, the best option is a simple tour along the bike paths on the valley floor, safe flat stretches, country roads and a few gentle inclines. For those who prefer trekking, there are high-altitude lodges to reach by hiking the up to 150 km of trails, which range from simple to challenging, on the most popular excursion routes in the Dolomites. You can also play golf at the Golf Clubs in Campo Carlo Magno and Rendena.
Madonna di Campiglio is also a world famous winter skiing destination, site of one of the most popular and well-equipped Italian ski areas, though it's managed to retain its historic charm. The Ski Area Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta - Val di Sole Val Rendena is a grandiose establishment. From Dal Doss del Sabion di Pinzolo to the slopes of Madonna di Campiglio, all the way to Folgarida-Marilleva, this 150 km continuum of ski slopes, with every difficulty level, constitutes the largest ski complex in all of Trentino, with the “Pearl of the Dolomites” at its centre, and the surrounding area declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The facilities offered here are vast and diverse, with a high level of attention to activities for kids, healthcare services and safety. The other towns in the Rendena Valley broaden the interesting food, wine and cultural aspects to be explored here while on holiday. The Rendena Valley, Dolomites and the surrounding areas await you with many last minute holiday offers to Madonna di Campiglio.