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In the heart of the Alto Garda Bresciano Park is the village of Tremosine sul Garda, a scattered municipality of 18 hamlets, whose territory is characterized by round valleys that characterize the area, including the San Michele Valley. In this marvelous village you can go hiking, visit the hamlets, taste the culinary delicacies of the area, see Lake Garda from above along one of the most beautiful roads in the world: The Forra road.
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A look at Tremosine
A look at Tremosine
Tremosine, those who look from your balconies open their hearts to magical Garda  | Domenico Marchetti - e-borghi Community
Tremosine, those who look from your balconies o...
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Walking in the village of Pieve  | Domenico Marchetti - e-borghi Community
Walking in the village of Pieve
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Walking in the village of Pieve  | Domenico Marchetti - e-borghi Community
Walking in the village of Pieve
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Tremosine sul Garda, the village of Vesio  | Domenico Marchetti - e-borghi Community
Tremosine sul Garda, the village of Vesio
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The village of Pieve, a balcony on the Garda  | Domenico Marchetti - e-borghi Community
The village of Pieve, a balcony on the Garda
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Tremosine on the Garda, the village of Cadignano  | Domenico Marchetti - e-borghi Community
Tremosine on the Garda, the village of Cadignano
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Tremosine on the Garda, the village of Sermerio  | Domenico Marchetti - e-borghi Community
Tremosine on the Garda, the village of Sermerio
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Tremosine on the Garda, the amphitheater with the villages of Vesio, Villa and Voiandes  | Domenico Marchetti - e-borghi Community
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Traditions
Feast of St. Anthony in the hamlet Voiandes  | Domenico Marchetti - e-borghi Community
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To arrive at Tremosine you go on a spectacular road   | Domenico Marchetti - e-borghi Community
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Pieve, who looks from your balconies, opens the heart to the magical Garda  | Domenico Marchetti - e-borghi Community
Pieve, who looks from your balconies, opens the...
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Tremosine, the balcony on Lake Garda  | Domenico Marchetti - e-borghi Community
Tremosine, the balcony on Lake Garda
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Pieve, the parochial church at night  | Domenico Marchetti - e-borghi Community
Pieve, the parochial church at night
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About the village

Located on a natural terrace overlooking Lake Garda from the top, Tremosine sul Garda has become one of the most beautiful villages in Italy because of its structural and landscape features. Consisting of eighteen small hamlets surrounded by nature, it offers visitors a special atmosphere that does not go unnoticed.

The Village
There are those who described the Road of the Gorge, which is the primary access road to the village built in 1913, as extremely exciting (this comment is due to the great Winston Churchill) as it was built crossing the mountain where the Brasa torrent, over the millennia, has created an incomparable scenery consisting of coves, cracks, gorges and narrow passages.
This route is loved by bikers in search of emotions who enjoy driving their two wheels between daring hairpin bends that creep into nature. The Strada della Forra, once finished, gives you access to the most famous hamlet of Tremosine which is its village of Pieve.

Here you will have the opportunity to go through cobbled alleys that offer highly suggestive views that will make you discover the ancient washhouse, witness of a past that is not yet too remote and that will lead you to what is called "The Thrill Terrace" that is located near the eighteenth-century parish church of San Giovanni Battista.
The Thrill Terrace owes its name to the fact that it is suspended in the void at a height of three hundred and fifty meters from which you can admire the entire Lake Garda, the imposing Monte Baldo and a wonderful panorama.

You have to imagine that before the Strada della Forra, the village could only be reached through an impassable path that was the only access route that for centuries saw people transporting goods necessary for survival, at the cost of an unimaginable effort.
Today, the path remains as it once was with steps and spurs of rock emerging from the ground, is a destination for trekking and Nordic Walking enthusiasts who take advantage of this natural environment where it creeps in, to explore the territory.

Returning to the visit of the village, we suggest you to enter the 18th century Parish Church to admire some wonderful wooden works made by Luchini and the 17th century altarpiece made by Barbieri.
Don't miss the triduo's car: it is a pompous painted wooden setting dating back to the eighteenth century that houses 365 candles and that in some periods of the year, is placed outdoors to be admired. The parish church was built where, centuries earlier, there was an area dedicated to pagan religious rites.

Leaving the Parish Church you can reach Piazza Cozzaglio to enjoy the panorama that embraces both Lake Garda and the overhanging Monte Baldo. The building with the fountain that you can see was the seat of the Municipality of Tremosine and, on the outside wall of the Archive, you can see the famous Lion of St. Mark as evidence of the domination of the Serenissima Republic of Venice.
If you are interested in history, you can't miss a visit to the trenches of the Great War, which start right from Pieve and wind their way up to Polzone, where there was a powerful barricade guarding the entire valley. Other positions are located in the hamlets of Nevese, Pregasio, Monte Nai and Secastello.

Pieve is only one of the hamlets that make up the scattered municipality of Tremosine sul Garda but also others are worth a visit. What will surely surprise you is to look down on the Gardesana (the road that circumnavigates the entire lake) and see the village clinging to the ground in a unique way.

What to do
In addition to visiting the village to admire both its beauty and its urban integrity, if you are a lover of sport and nature, you can go hiking or mountain biking, choosing one of the many itineraries that take advantage of the intricate network of trails and mule tracks leading to the Ledro Valley.

Here you will be able to penetrate a territory still in some ways wild dominated by a severe austerity composed of imposing gorges, gorges, inlets and crossings that will be more than interesting.
In the surroundings you can also go trekking, canyoning, nordic-walking as well as take advantage of all the other activities that can be practiced directly on Lake Garda.
Depending on the period, events are organized in Tremosine that will interest not only the curious, but also the most demanding tourists.

The cuisine
The gastronomic offer of Tremosine sul Garda can be traced back to tradition, with real local specialities such as Tremosine tortelli, the unique polenta cùsa made with black flour, tasty homemade cold cuts, black truffle cheeses and the famous Tremosine cheese. It is a speciality produced with milk from the mountain pastures at high altitude mixed with milk from the stables on the plains. It is also excellent the honey of the territory and the EVO oil produced cold with the milling of Garda olives which is famous for its delicate fragrance. To taste also all the game dishes that are prepared on the spit.


Associazione Produttori TremosineSmall Producers Association

Situated in the foothills of The Alps, a territory that extends from the shores of Lake Garda to over 2,000 metres of altitude on the peak of Tremalzo, Tremosine is the perfect location for a rich and diverse agricultural network.

We have resurrected a network which offers tourists an authentic and traditional insight into the real essence of Tremosine.

Scattered throughout the hills of tremosine, you can find the small businesses, of passionate locals, producing fish, salami, wine, olive oil, cheeses, honey and more.

Our small and welcoming community has something for everyone, guaranteeing an unforgettable gastronomic experience.

Village of Tremosine
Municipality of Tremosine sul Garda
Province of Brescia
Lombardy Region

Population: 2,100
Altitude Center: 414 m s.l.m.

The Municipality is part of:
 I Borghi più belli d'Italia
Comunità Montana Parco Alto Garda Bresciano

Protected Natural Areas:
Bondo Valley Natural Reserve

Municipality
 Via Papa Giovanni XXIII 1 - phone +39 0365-915811

BY CAR

  • From Milan: From the A1 Autostrada del Sole, follow the direction of Piacenza Sud, continue on the A21 motorway to Brescia Centro, follow the direction for the SS 11 Verona / Mantua, exit towards Verona / Salò, continue towards Salò following the SS 45BIS, past the municipalities of Salò and Gardone Riviera, take the SP 38 and follow the signs for Tremosine.
  • From Bologna: From the A14 Adriatica motorway, continue on the A1 Autostrada del Sole, follow the direction Cremona - Brescia, continue on the A21 to Brescia Centro, follow the direction for the SS 11 Verona / Mantova, exit towards Verona / Salò, continue in the direction of Salò along the SS 45BIS, past the towns of Salò and Gardone Riviera, take the SP 38 and follow the signs for Tremosine.
  • From Genoa: From the A7 highway, follow the direction for Piacenza, continue on the A21 highway until Brescia Centro, follow the direction for the SS 11 Verona / Mantova, exit towards Verona / Salò, continue towards Salò along the SS 45BIS, after passing the towns of Salò and Gardone Riviera, take the SP 38 and follow the indications for Tremosine.
  • From La Spezia: From the Cisa A15 motorway, follow the direction of Milan, continue on the A1 Autostrada del Sole, follow the signs for Cremona, continue on the A21 motorway to Brescia Centro, follow the direction for the SS 11 Verona / Mantova , exit towards Verona / Salò, continue towards Salò along the SS 45BIS, past the municipalities of Salò and Gardone Riviera, take the SP 38 and follow the signs for Tremosine.
  • From Brescia: Take the SP BS11 towards Centro / Tangenziale Sud, exit towards Verona / Salò, continue towards Salò along the SS 45BIS, past the municipalities of Salò and Gardone Riviera, take the SP 38 and follow the directions for Tremosine.

BY PLANE

  • Brescia airport
  • Bergamo airport
  • Parma airport
  • Milan Linate Airport

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Events

monday
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december, 2020

Festa della Polenta Cusa

thursday
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june, 2021

San Giovanni Battista

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