Close to the centre of the village, there is the majestic Belasi Castle, dating back to the 12th century

Campodenno, a little village in the lower Val di Non valley, is located in a fruit growing area. The municipality is composed of Dercolo, Lover, Quetta and Termon.

Next to the village there is the Belasi Castle, dating back to the 12th century. Constructed for general purposes, in the course of time several noble families of the Val di Non valley acquired possession, e.g. Belasi, Sporo and Khuen. After WWII it started to decay and in 2000 it passed on to the municipality of Capodenno. After various restoration works, it is now open to the public again, and interesting exhibitions and events take place here.

Along the road leading to the castle, there is the little SS. Filippo and Giacomo church. This chapel is completely covered with frescoes and is thus one of the cultural highlights of the valley. What is also recommendable is a pleasant walk across the municipal area of Campodenno, passing several churches.

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