village and skiing resort in Italy

Madonna di Campiglio is a holiday area in Trentino.

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This winter sports centre is not far from Campo Carlo Magno, an alpine pass between the Brenta group and Presanella, in the Adamello-Brenta Natural Park.

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By plane edit

The nearest airports are in:

  • Milan — 220 km, 3 hours and 30 minutes by car
  • Verona — 160 km, 3 hours by car
  • Bergamo — 160 km, 3 hours by car
  • Brescia — 130 km, 2 hours and 30 minutes by car
  • Venice — 250 km, 3 hours and 30 minutes by car

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  • Trento — 73 km, 1 hour and 30 minutes by car
  • Brescia — 130 km, 2 hours and 30 minutes by car

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From Trento there are scheduled buses that make direct connections on a daily basis.

  • Trentino Trasporti , +39 0461 821000

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  • A4 Milan - Venice Brescia Est exit — 130 km, 2 hours and 30 minutes by car
  • A22 Modena - Brennero: Rovereto Sud exit — 92 km (1 hour and 40 minutes by car); Trento Sud exit — 73 km (1 hour and 30 minutes) - S. Michele all'Adige exit at 78 km (1 hour)

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Map of Madonna di Campiglio

The town centre is quite small and can be easily explored on foot.

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  • 1 Adamello-Brenta Natural Park. This covers the huge mountains on the east and west of the village.    

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  • Skiing is the main draw here: 60 km of skiing slopes with cableways surround it completely. The slopes of Madonna di Campiglio are connected to those of 1 Marilleva  , 2 Folgarida and to those of 3 Pinzolo   forming a single ski area with more than 150 km of slopes.
  • Skating is possible on the local lake, or at the ice arena of Pinzolo.
  • Curling, Broomball and hockey can be practiced in the ice arena of Pinzolo.
  • Two areas dedicated to paragliding, one at the 1 Pradalago peak and the other at 2 Mount Spinale. Further possibilities are again in Pinzolo.
  • 3 Golf Campo Carlo Magno.
  • 4 Golf Rendena (in Bocenago).

The surrounding magnificent mountains provide numerous climbing and hiking opportunities, on the 450 km of trails for trekking and mountain excursions, vias ferratas of varying difficulty.

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Among the local specialties are:

  • Spressa DOP, an old and tasty local cheese
  • Garlic salami from Val Rendena and Garlic bacon
  • savory pies based on local aromatic herbs and carrots
  • An apple and walnut pie is the typical local dessert

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The area is covered with hotels, hostels and similar - so there's no shortage of those (except obviously in high season).

In the summer season, even a few campsites are available in the area (though not directly in Madonna de Campiglio) - they also offer houses and beds, in addition to tent-places:

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