Commezzadura: walks, Nordic waking and rafting
Commezzadura lies at the center of the Val di Sole valley and offers you the chance to practice trekking, Nordic walking, rafting and skiing in a quiet natural environment, where you can combine sport activities with the pleasure of relaxation. A small resort, it allows you to choose the type of holiday you prefer both in summer and in winter.
Commezzadura is composed by five different hamlets forming a municipality: Almazzago, Deggiano, Mastellina, Mestriago with the city hall, and Piano. Near the Noce stream, at the foot of Monte Camoncina and Monte Spolverino, you find the hamlet of Daolasa and the holiday village of Costa Rotian.
Thanks to its position it allows you to make long walks in the green meadows and on the most fascinating mountains. One of the most famous trails of this area is Senter de la Strupaia, and the biggest tourist attraction is the Noce stream, a favourite destination for those who practice water sports like rafting, canoeing and hydrospeed. Here you find also one of the rafting centers of the valley, offering classes and guided tours. This environment is also perfect for practicing Nordic walking: an easy route in Mestriago follows the panoramic road to Daolasa.
The many dirt tracks of this area are ideal for mountain biking: through forests and Dolomite rocks you can reach the passes, and if you are looking for easier tours you can follow the Val di Sole cycle path along the Noce stream. You could also try exciting downhill tracks, since this area was chosen for many international competitions of this discipline. In the park you find a bocce court, a picnic area, a gazebo, and an artificial lake to spend relaxing moments surrounded by nature.
In winter from Commezzadura you can reach the slopes of the Marilleva-Folgarida ski area, connected with those of Madonna di Campiglio, or you can practice cross-country skiing, according to snow precipitation, in the 8 km floodlit trail.
The art and culture of this area is very interesting: Commezzadura is in fact an old town, and its ancient history shows in the architectural styles of the houses. Of great relevance is the hamlet of Mastellina, home of the painter Francesco Guardi and rich of stately buildings like the old Casa Guardi and the church of S. Antonio Abbate. In the hamlet of Piano you find Casa Podetti and the church of S. Giuseppe, whereas along the main road you find the fascinating 15 century church of S. Agata with frescoes of the Baschenis brothers.