There is an enchanted country where the Alps plunge into the blue of Lake Garda and the alpine atmospheres embrace the Mediterranean ones.
To appreciate the beauty of Tremosine one must first pass through the Brasa ravine, where the rock has been excavated and almost tormented for centuries. Arrived at Lis, the panorama opens up. The Municipality is made up of eighteen small hamlets scattered over the splendid plateau. The natural environment is very varied: valleys, on hills, hills, plateaus covered with olive trees, meadows, pines.
Tremosine can also be reached from Limone and Tignale, along the” Tignalga “. Numerous are the mule tracks that, gently winding along the sides of the mountains, lead to altitude, right in the places that, until 1918, marked the border with the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Spectacular are those that from San Michele and Bondo lead to Tremalzo, towards the Ledro valley. There is no shortage of itineraries for hikers and mountain bikers.
The people of the plateau have long lived on agriculture and breeding; in the mountains there were about ten huts with excellent production of butter and cheese. Once there were many forges, where work tools and nails were produced. The need for “sporting” tourism is due to the continuous growth in the number of tennis courts, more than sixty. Hiking and trekking, mountain biking, but in Campione windsurfing, kitesurfing and sailing are also very popular.