What to do with your children this summer in Dolomiti Paganella
Tuesday 11 August 2020
Going on holiday with children can sometimes be demanding. Fortunately in the Dolomiti Paganella young guests are given special treatment, with made-to-measure services just for them. And we make sure there are plenty of open air activities and experiences so that your children can get back into contact with nature.
Look at some activities recommended by our staff!
#1 Magic forest
Rucksack on your back and away we go, walking along the Water and Beech Tree trail in Fai della Paganella! Immerse yourselves in the beech woods, then cross the little bridge below the waterfall and admire the view from the suspended tower. Finish off by enjoying a picnic in the forest shelter!
#2 Mountain seaside
A turquoise gemstone set among the Dolomite peaks: it's love at first sight for Lake Molveno! To get a different perspective hire an electric paddle boat and boldly cast off to explore the lake. The Hire Centre is directly on the beach, close to the MiniGolf course.
#3 Adamello Brenta Natural Park in miniature
The Sarnacli Mountain Park has a 13 stage route through the forest to playfully explore all the natural environments of the Adamello Brenta Natural Park. Each stage, inspired by a real excursion in the Brenta Dolomites, allows your children to experience, smell, climb, and observe this natural landscape of outstanding beauty. See how to get there.
#4 Trip to a mountain house
An easy excursion of about an hour on Monte Fausior leads to a little corner of rustic paradise: Malga Val dei Brenzi, surrounded by forest and meadows and in the summer home to cows, lamas, and turkeys. We recommend tasting the yogurt with honey, produced 100% on-site, or booking dinner at the Malga to try our delicious traditional potato fritters.
#5 A week of full emersion in nature
30 August to 6 September is once again Family Festival Week in Dolomiti Paganella, with a busy program designed for our youngest guests and special price accommodation in our family hotels.
The theme this year is “Full Nature” to rediscover the pleasures of staying outdoors and exploring the secrets of the natural world. On Friday 4 September the shores of Lake Molveno will be transformed into a weather workshop where you can learn all the secrets of meteorology in the company of Andrea Giuliacci.
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