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Madonna di Campiglio is a holiday area in Trentino.


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.

Get in[edit]

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

By train[edit]

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

By bus[edit]

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

  • Trentino Trasporti , +39 0461 821000

By car[edit]

  • 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)

Get around[edit]

Map of Madonna di Campiglio

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


  • 1 Adamello-Brenta Natural Park. This covers the huge mountains on the east and west of the village. Parco naturale provinciale dell' Adamello Brenta (Q769604) on Wikidata Adamello Brenta Natural Park on Wikipedia


  • 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 Marilleva on Wikipedia, 2 Folgarida and to those of 3 Pinzolo Pinzolo on Wikipedia 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.

  • 5 Cima Tosa. Cima Tosa (Q594670) on Wikidata Cima Tosa on Wikipedia
  • 6 Mount Adamello. A mountain on the border with Val Camonica, Lombardy Mount Adamello (Q351582) on Wikidata Mount Adamello on Wikipedia



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





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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