Dive and lose yourself into the nature and into Valle di Ledro, a Unesco Biosphere. Because it is really possible to learn how to get to know a place, a territory, a spot only if we are willing to "dive into" the local culture. To do that, it's important and nice to learn how to discover places, products, restaurants, paths, legends and myths of a valley that enclose a little world in miniature in itself. Lake Ledro is among the most beautiful and cleanest lakes all over Italy, and its valley is rich in bikeways and footpaths (well-known is the Ponale Road that connects the Valle di Ledro to Lake Garda) and packed with history (the pile-dwellings, a Unesco World Heritage Site, above all).
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