Molveno is a town of just over 1,000 inhabitants and is located 40 kilometres from Trento, on the shores of the enchanting lake of the same name, surrounded by the Brenta Dolomites, in the Adamello-Brenta Natural Park.
Lake Molveno, an alpine lake of natural origin, has for years been awarded the title of Italy's most beautiful lake by Legambiente and the Italian Touring Club for the quality of its water, beach and services, while the town has been awarded an Orange Flag by the Touring Club.
Molveno, a coveted destination for climbers since the 19th century, is the starting point for excursions into the picturesque side valleys or to the high-altitude refuges, where you can discover Trentino cuisine.
Art enthusiasts will also find something interesting here: one example is the ancient church of S. Vigilio (13th century), almost on the lake shore. The writer and poet Antonio Fogazzaro called it a 'precious pearl in a most precious casket'. And indeed it is indeed a gem, both for its physical conformation and for the activities that can be carried out here in total tranquillity.