The municipal area of Sella Giudicarie extends towards Sella di Bondo, the water divide between the Chiese and Sarca rivers
Image gallery: Sella Giudicarie
The municipality of Sella Giudicarie with its 2,900 inhabitants accrued on the 1st of January 2016, when the four municipalities of the back Valle del Chiese valley were merged: Bondo, Breguzzo, Lardaro and Roncone.
Sella Giudicarie is beautifully embedded in green meadows between the “Busa” - a basin which encloses the villages of the Giudicarie Centrali – and the 3,001 m high summit of the Cop di Breguzzo mountain in the Adamello Mountain Group at the southern border of the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park. Thanks to several archaeological findings it is known today that the settlement of this area dates back to Bronze Age.
The area is marked by agriculture and in the last centuries also by tourism. The villages of the municipality of Sella Giudicarie are ideal starting points for gorgeous hikes for nature lovers and those who are interested in geology.