Once arrived to last turn before entering the town, and there it is, the Molveno’s lake… that leaves you breathless, of an iridescent deep blue colour, depending on the reflection angle. It was described by Fogazzaro as “A precious pearl inside an even more precious chest”
Lake Molveno has been nominated by Legambiente as the most beautiful lake of Italy and awarded with 5 sails.
Our splendid lake Molveno has a history dating back to the post-glacial period, when a huge landslide broke away from the above standing mountain causing the closure of the valley. With a depth of about 130m is only the second after Lake Garda and its waters hide the entire prehistoric forest, with signs of settlements from the Bronze Age.