When entering the beautiful Val Concei valley at Bezzecca, you first come across the hamlet of Locca
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The small village of Locca is situated at 759 metres a.s.l., at the entrance to the green Val Concei valley, just after the village of Bezzecca. From 1920 to 1928, Locca was an independent municipality, which was then annexed to the municipality of Bezzecca and later to the one of Concei. Since January 1, 2010, Locca has been part of the municipality of Ledro, the union of all the villages of the valley.
Probably the most important building in the village of Locca, which has 250 inhabitants, is the church of St. Martin. First mentioned in 1537 on the occasion of the visit of Bishop Bernardo Clesio, it arose in 1730 from the extension of the former chapel.
The village, which also has some accommodation facilities, is home to a lively cultural centre active in theatre and film, especially for children.