Trentino - land of waters
Trentino is a land of waters: over 2000 km of rivers and streams, almost 300 lakes, renowned thermal centres where water becomes health for body and mind. Trentino is a land of mountains and, more precisely, home of the Dolomites, UNESCO World Heritage for their sublime beauty and unique sceneries. The Brenta Dolomites become the setting of the FIPS-Mouche World Fly Fishing Championship in 2018. The Dolomites are well-known for their charm, for the color of the calcareous rocks and for the famous mountain tops: Cima Tosa, Cima di Brenta, Crozzon di Brenta, Campanil Basso, Cima d’Ambiez, Monte Peller: internationally acclaimed locations that all alpine experts know.
In West Trentino you will find the widest protected area of the region: the Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta. A 620,51 sq km area that includes 48 lakes and the Adamello glacier, one of the most extensive in Europe. The Parco is well-known internationally for the reintroduction of the brown bear.
In Trentino there is also part of the Garda Lake, the largest Italian lake, with an area of about 370 km²: here, the Mediterranean climate of the Garda is combined with that of the Alpine area.
Terme di Comano - Dolomiti di Brenta tourist area, headquarters of the 38th World Championship, have been recognized as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.