The village of Tuenno is situated at the entrance of the Valle di Tovel valley in the heart of the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park

Tuenno, district of the municipality of Ville d’Anaunia, is one of the oldest villages of the Val di Non valley. It was settled already by the Raeti.

Today Tuenno is dominated by apple orchards, the cultivation of apples plays an important part in the village and its surroundings. Culture lovers may look forward to the parish church dedicated to St. Ursula and Companions and the little hermit church out of the village, dedicated to St. Emerentiana, with its frescoes from the 14th century.

The area of Tuenno extends deep into the Val di Tovel valley, the northern Brenta Mountain Group and the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park. The particular highlight of the valley is Lake Tovel, one of the largest natural lakes of the Trentino. Besides the magic nature which surrounds the lake, it is also famous for the red algae which coloured the lake red until 1964 and gave it the byname “Lago Rosso” - Red Lake. A true natural treasure and of course a popular excursion destination!

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