Malé has always been the administrative, economic and cultural centre of Val di Sole, offering numerous types of accommodation facilities, sports complexes and various other facilities including the main office of the valley’s Tourism Board. The town of Malè is the perfect starting point to reach nearby nature parks and traditional alpine dairies. In fact, the Stelvio National Park, the Adamello Brenta Nature Park and the renowned Rabbi Thermal Spa Centre are all located just a few kilometres away. During the summer, Malé offers the possibility to try various sports, enjoy endless walks and hikes in addition to other exciting activities like free climbing, rafting and canyoning. The Acquacenter Val di Sole with three swimming pools is also an important sports facility used by many swim teams for their retreats. There are also many alpine dairies nearby that are the perfect place to enjoy and discover traditional rural dishes prepared with local products. The town is also located just a few kilometres from the Skiarea Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta Val di Sole Val Rendena, the most extensive ski area in Trentino surrounded by the magnificent Brenta Dolomites. Malé has numerous quaint town squares where you can stroll through the town centre as you admire its magnificent historic buildings and homes. Malé is also the hometown of the famous astronaut, Samantha Cristoforetti, who is not only the first Italian woman to go to space but the very first European astronaut to be in charge of an international space station. Samantha Cristoforetti, who is an ESA astronaut that took part in the mission on behalf of the Italian Space Agency and who is already a captain of the Italian Air Force, has captured the world’s attention for her endless accomplishments. Malè is therefore extremely proud of the fact that extraordinary dreams do come true even if your career starts off in a small town in Trentino. Malè also has numerous sports and cultural associations like the Centro Studi Val di Sole that works to preserve local heritage and the volunteer firefighters, a fundamental part of the civil protection system. The town also has 4 characteristic hamlets (Magras, Arnago, Bolentina and Montes), where time seems to stand still, that are set in a  relaxing atmosphere in symbiosis with nature. A must to visit is the striking Santa Maria Assunta Church with the San Valentino chapel and its fifteenth century loggia in addition to the St. Marco gothic church in Magras, the St.Romedio and St. Domenico church in Arnago and the lovely St. Valentino church in Bolentina which is located on top of a hill overlooking the entire valley. It’s also definitely worth visiting the Val di Sole Ethnographic Museum and the Venetian Sawmill which dates back to the year 1770, now used for educational purposes, in addition to the Fucina Marinelli iron forge in the area called Pondasio, one of the few rare examples of a functioning hydraulic forge in the entire Alpine arch.



via Marconi, 7
38027 Malé (TN)

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