The Valle dei Laghi is a subalpine lake district between Lake Garda and Trento that extends north of the village of Sarche, where visitors can embark on a spectacular journey through an enchanting watery landscape. Apart from its numerous lakes, the area is also known for the popular Vino Santo, not to mention its large number of grappa varieties
Driving quickly through the region, you would never guess that at least seven mountain lakes are concealed to the left and right along the rock faces between Monte Bondone and the Paganella massif – or that most of these delightful oases are ideal for a lazy day on the beach during the warmer months of the year.
The Valle dei Laghi stretches from north to south on a sort of high plateau, emerging into the Sarca Valley at its lower end. Its small, quaint villages and settlements are scattered between the seven lakes and can be discovered on foot or by bicycle, with the well-maintained cycle path particularly recommended. By the way, the Valle dei Laghi is also home to various grappa delicacies and the much-loved Vino Santo, a golden-yellow sweet wine that embraces all the many aromas of this unique valley!
Starting from the north, the best-known lakes in the Valle dei Laghi are Lake Terlago, the Lamar lakes, Lake Cavedine and Lake Toblin.