Modern and custom made for families
Between the peaks of the Brenta Dolomites and the pine forests of Mount Paganella there is Andalo, a mountain village located at 1040 m above sea level, 40 km away from Trento, a broad connecting saddle (the lowest area between two highlands) between the Val di Non and Banale.
Come to Andalo!
In Andalo there are hotels, residences, apartments and not only that, you are spoilt for choice regarding leisure and sports activities as well as culture, shows and musical events.
Relaxation or active holiday? No need to pick one! Here you will find everything you need to combine moments of well-being and tranquility with those moments full of adrenaline and fun.
Ideal in summer for hiking, mountain biking or horse riding, perfect in winter for skiing thanks to its convenient ski lifts allowing you to enjoy 50 km of ski slopes.
In winter, Paganella's skiing facilities offer 50 km of slopes for ski and snowboard enthusiasts.
You will be able to enjoy Andalo Life, a vast 100,000 m2 modern sports and recreational complex, which includes: ice rink, conference centre, swimming pools, park, tennis courts, football pitch, boules courts, basketball court, horse riding centre, rock climbing gym and camping.
Andalo is for you if ...
- you have children: Andalo is a family-friendly place with many facilities perfect for children.
- you love sport: full of attractions and incentives for movement, there's no shortage of possibilities for doing sports and physical activity here!
- you want the latest services: Andalo is a young resort equipped with efficient and modern infrastructures.
Facts about Andalo
From a group of scattered farmsteads to a residential area. The settlement dates back to the Middle Ages: the first settlers came from Banale and Giudicarie from the Andalo mountain.
The "Anderlesi", the inhabitants of Andalo, are very busy and enthusiastic people. To remind everyone who passes through here and to celebrate this way of life, there is a bronze monument displayed in Piazza Centrale of a woodcutter in a dynamic pose intent on doing his job, with an axe in one hand and a piece of wood in the other.
The work of art is inspired by the famous saying "Ntant che pòlsest va a tagliar su legna" (while you rest chop a bit of wood!) and incorporates their way of dealing with life, their industriousness and their strong sense of identity.