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The cultivation of vines has ancient origins on the hills of Franciacorta, as evidenced by the findings of prehistoric grape seed and the writings of classical authors such as Pliny, Columella and Virgil. Vine cultivation has been a constant in Franciacorta, where grapes were grown from Roman times to late antiquity and the Middle Ages, thanks to its favourable climatic and soil conditions. Though it experience good and bad periods alike, viticulture in these lands never stopped.
The history of Lovere is full of events, given its strategic location which places it among the top Sebino and the entrance of Val Cavallina for links by land, and the north end of Lake Iseo for water transport.
It is a country devoted to industries which, however, in recent years, has been able to rediscover their own excellent tourist destination.
The Academy of Fine Arts Tadini is headquartered in the magnificent palace place in front of the lake, completed in 1826 by architect S. Salimbeni and by Count Tadini Cream with the noble intention of education to open his collection to the public, so that masterpieces were the model for the new young artists, whose formation took place in the attached school of painting and music.
Malonno and the church of S.S. Faustino and Giovita
The Cathedral stands on a rocky cliff not far from the town of Malonno. The original church dates back to the XI - XII century. by the Benedictine monks of the Monastery of San Faustino Brescia. The building was enlarged in the fifteenth and sixteenth century. The building is characterized by the clearness architecture of the facade but above all for the excellent spatial articulation of the interior and the brightness of the whole. In downtown of Malonno can be seen even three noble towers, with stone masonry irregular, beautiful portals, some more complex and machined, others with simple granite lintels, arches and bundles, remains a bit 'neglected houses important or clear Private farmers, as well as an interesting melting furnace.
Temù - Alta Vallecamonica
Temù is a small village 1,144 m above sea level and only 3 km from Ponte di Legno. It is surrounded by green meadows, coniferous forests and the imposing, snow-capped peaks of the Adamello group.
In the winter months it has a ski area with 4 chair lifts and 8 pistes of varying difficulty linked to the pistes of nearby Ponte di Legno. This means you can get on your skis in the village and make your way up to the Presena glacier at a height of 3,000 metres, passing through Ponte di Legno and Passo Tonale on your way. During the summer the beautiful mountains surrounding the village are a favourite destination for bikers and walkers. Lush pastures and magnificent larch forests are enchanting places where you can restore your spirits.
Ponte di Legno - Tonale
Appointed in 1912 by the Italian Touring Club Italian first station of tourism and winter sports, Ponte di Legno today can boast in the collective imagination of the name 'Pearl of Valcamonica' for the characteristics of the town, for the extraordinary landscape that surrounds it.
From the country, through the lifts, you can reach some of the most beautiful slopes for winter sports.
During the summer, the same lifts, but also simple paths, allowing a wide choice of walking and climbing up with levels of difficulty to suit all tastes.
Val di Sole
The Val di Sole valley is one of the main side valleys of another well-known Trentino valley: Val di Non.
A special kind of experience promise the therapeutic springs of Pejo and Rabbi, which made the local spa sector boom. The Stelvio National Park boasts moreover valuable natural resources as it features the ideal landscape for the Alpine flora and fauna. Several information points will tell you interesting news about the local plant and flower species.
Those interested in winter sports, will find all they can wish for: State-of-the-art lifts and gondolas take you up to the skiing areas Folgarida-Marilleva, Pejo and Tonale (Skirama Adamello Brenta)!
Madonna di Campiglio - Val Rendena
A green valley surrounded by beautiful mountains, Adamello, Presanella and the Brenta Dolomites, dotted with towns rich in history and traditions that are places of hospitality and knows how to beas simple as that of the mountain people. Places frequented every summer, as many shelters, hundreds of thousands of people attracted by the legendary charm of the Dolomites.
Storo - Valle del Chiese
One of the most important countries of the Giudicarie is Storo, near the Lake Idro, where the Churches of the valley widens.
A picturesque old town with narrow streets and squares reminiscent of the ancient division of the borough into districts.
Storo in recent years making a name for itself thanks to the '' gold of Storo ", the fine flour produced here and used to the typical dish of the Valley Churches: the polenta.
The Storo villages are surrounded by mountains, inviting the guests to extensive excursions.
Val di Non - Lago di S. Giustina
In Val di Non, hospitality means visitors’ friendly holiday offers in both summer and winter, staying in close contact with nature, surrounded by varied and beautiful landscapes with plenty of choice of sports and leisure activities! This green and sunny plateau has many scenic mountain destinations, like the Brenta Dolomites and the beautiful Maddalene group. The valley centre with the artificial lake of Santa Giustina is surrounded by green hills with castles immersed in fruit orchard and forests: the most imposing is perhaps Castel Thun, which is one of the most prestigious cultural and museum centers in the whole Alpine region.