Located at the shores of Lake Molveno and at the bottom of the Brenta Dolomites, the village is especially popular with hikers and mountaineers.
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Molveno is the ideal place for nature lovers and those interested in culture and history. The crystal-clear waters of Lake Molveno reflect the peaks of the surrounding Brenta Dolomites and cultural treasures, such as the local water mill (still working!) or the 13th century San Vigilio church, are waiting to be discovered.
Summer turns Molveno into a great place for swimming, windsurfing, canyoning, sailing or fishing - not to forget the lovely rowboat trips across the lake. At the lakeside there is a fantastic campsite and Molveno also offers a multifunctional centre with volley and basket fields, gym and climbing wall as well as a congress hall.
In winter it offers numerous opportunities to sports enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. Skiers and snowboarders, for instance, might head for the Paganella skiing area, featuring a total of 50 km of ski slopes. A bus takes you right from the village centre to this great skiing area.