UNESCO-listed history and nature
Located on the Lomaso plateau, Fiavé is a village in Trentino-Alto Adige, combining several medieval hamlets. This beautiful municipality is home to the Fiavé Biotope, one of the oldest settlements in the Alps. On the UNESCO World Heritage list since 2011, it is one of the largest protected nature reserves in northern Italy, rich in animal and plant diversity
Here, in the summertime, you can enjoy an exceptional activity: a free visit to the pile-dwelling settlements dating back to 2300 BC. It will be a unique experience to cross the long footbridge suspended over the water that leads to the full-scale reconstructed wooden huts, inside which rudimentary furnishings and tools have been arranged. Just beyond the archaeological area is the entrance to the Fiavé Archaeological Natural Park, for a journey that takes you back to prehistoric times.
Fiavé is also famous for producing of delicious milk and cheese. This is an ideal destination for active visitors, who can enjoy hiking, trekking, tennis, curling and, above all, ice skating.