Bondo is located in the heart of the Valli Giudicarie and represents a calm and hospital holiday destination

Bondo, a village with about 700 inhabitants, is a district of the newly founded municipality of Sella Giudicarie and extends towards Sella di Bondo, the water divide between the Chiese and Sarca rivers.

Well worth seeing is the medieval parish church dedicated to St. Bartholomew, later decorated with Baroque elements. Also worth a visit is the cemetery of the Austrian fallen troops in World War I with about 700 soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. At the northern entrance of the village large staircases of granite of the Valle di Breguzzo valley lead to the cemetery. Archaeological findings prove that the settlement of Bondo dates back to Bronze Age.

Bondo has always been connected with wood crafts. In the last centuries more and more guests are attracted by this beautiful area. Located at the entrance of the Valle di Breguzzo valley with idyllic mountain huts, alpine pastures and the high mountain peaks, make Bondo an ideal starting point for numerous hiking tours in the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park.

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