Via Della Villa, 14, San Giacomo-Caldes 38022 Caldes (Trento)
The Solasna is a beautiful farmhouse at the beginning of the Val di Sole, run by genuine and passionate people who offer proposals for families in a typically restored mountain farmhouse with cows, goats, donkeys, sheep, rabbits and hens. Great food, with its own and organic products. What was an ancient large mountain house has been transformed into a place where you can find well-being and relaxation in contact with nature. Genuine hospitality in the rooms, great food, Casolet's sales pitch, ricotta, apples and processed, Educational farm with fun workshops, an ideal place if you decide to spend some days counting on nature.
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This mountain house, completely restructured, has two apartments and four rooms with private bath, 18-20 beds, a garden with barbecue and play garden.
In the restaurant is possible taste traditional food. They reserve a special attention to the food, infact they use the genuine products of their farm: apple, honey, marmalades, juice, milk, cheeses, yield and vegetables, apples and wine (Teroldego, Muller Thurgau, Pinot Nero and Gropel). In April until September, it's possible take part in culinary courses, tasting wines, food-wine combination workshops.
Moreover in the farmhouse there is a small zoo for children, where they can look Galileo Donkey, Sheep and bears, Kidskin, cows, hens, geese. So in this farmhouse pets are admit also in rooms and in apartments.
The farmhouse is situated on a sunny plain in the little village of San Giacomo around 800 mt. above sea level, in Val di Sole. The Valley is situated in the west of Trentino and four impressive groups of mountains surround this region: the famous Brenta Dolomities, the Ortles Cevedale group with more than 100 perennials glaciers, the Adamello Presanella group with peaks reaching above 3700 mt., and finally the Maddalene group of mountains, it are a symbol of the still pure and unpolluted mountains. The torrent Noce runs through the Valley is the centre of world canoeing - a real paradise for all those who love this sport.
The Valley is partly comprised of the Stelvio National Park which is the largest protected area in Italy and an ideal place for outings excursions, summer and winter horse riding treks and safari photographic.
In September and October week-end you can take part in apples picking, or you can taste rich autumn menus, the new wine and chestnuts on the fire. You can get your winter supply picking apples from their trees and you will have the opportunity to buy locally grown products such as: mushrooms, fruits, chesses, salami, wine and honey.
In addition, from June to September all the visitors in the Val di Sole will be able to participate, free of charge, with the activities organised by local authorities, these include: children games and activities, botanical flora and fauna studying, excursions with the Park Ranger or with the mountain guides, orienteering courses using a compass and a topographical map and finally cultural visits.
From spring to autumn in the farmhouse there are musical evenings with barbecue and grilling, either out in the open air or in a mountain cabin, and more over there are cooking courses in the traditional cuisine, beekeeping lessons, mountain-bike trips or cycling lines and you have the opportunity to follow a detailed itinerary, they also have a gym for rock climbing.
In winter you can go skiing Folgarida and Marilleva that are the closest winter resorts to our agritur (15 km by bus). Snow is guarantied, and together these places from a single skiing area which consist of over 30 ski slopes with a total length of 45 km. Both these locations are connected with a 100 km ski slope to Madonna di Campiglio. In addition, you can find the ski slopes of Pejo which are modern equipped and set in the magical and breathtaking surroundings of the Stelvio National Park. There is also the Passo del Tonale on whose glaciers you can even practice summer skiing.
A nice alternative to downhill skiing is trekking through the snow (this activity is free of charge - from the local tourist office) which you can practice on many easily accessible slopes. Finally, for those who wants to enjoy the mountains as an enchanting adventure, there is nothing better than free-lance skiing out of the slopes whit the opportunity of being accompanied by a skilled instructor. For those who don't want to ski, they also offer the possibility to trek through the local woods wearing snow shoes.
Inform the agriturismo of any animals at the time of booking.
We (2 families with one daughter each - 12 and 13 years old) spent 5 great days in the middle of June with the charming Elisa and her nice family and felt completely at home there. The rooms and bathrooms are very clean and spacious. Breakfast and dinner are prepared as lovingly, creatively and versatilely as the pictures on the homepage promise. We were thrilled by the fact that a very large part of the food and wine is grown directly on the farm in a magnificent vegetable garden. The lavishly filled pantry with preserves is a feast for the eyes. Our girls had a lot of fun with the petting animals and Elisa always had many tips for the daily program: beautiful hiking routes to the waterfall or suspension bridge, a climbing garden or the idyllically situated Tovelsee are easily accessible by car. We were lucky and were there at the time of the ArcadiaStreetFestival in Caldes. We agreed that we have rarely experienced such a cosy, familiar and entertaining street party. The Agriturismo Solasna is situated in the pretty little village of San Giacomo, which is well worth a walk.
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Our family of five had a relaxing and welcoming visit at Agritur Solasna. We loved the animals, the food produced on the property, the spacious room, and the kind hosts. The hiking recommendations were spot-on, and we loved our cooking class. We'd definitely stay again.
I stayed with my wife for 5 nights at Agritur Solasna. What we experienced there in the days of hospitality and fantastic food has completely thrilled us. So many great regional and home-made products, all on a great level. The breakfast was rich, great Marmelanden, great bread (for Italy not a matter of course) and egg specialties from the farm's own chickens. The dinner has then put a fad on it, just great. Always a large bowl of salad on the table, then appetizer (soup or pasta, world class dumplings, risotto, or both as a small portion), then a great main course (potato pancakes with vegetables, fried potato with egg and vegetables, stuffed tomatoes, homemade pizza) and always with dessert (homemade cake, tiramisu, elderberry cream). And a delicious homemade red wine ... everything just fit. Many thanks to Nicoletta and her great and unique team. We loved it! PS we are vegetarian, I have listed here only our vegetarian alternatives :)
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