Bersone is ideal to spend relaxing days at the feet of the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park

In an idyllic natural hollow which is called “Busa” Bersone (637 m asl.) is located, a small village with 300 inhabitants. Bersone has the typical villagescape of the Valli Giudicarie valley. It extends on a moraine terrace and is centred around a village square with a granite fountain.

The houses feature typical wrought-iron grids, stone portals and wooden attics. Worth seeing is the Saint Fabian and Saint Sebastian Church which dates back to the Middle Ages. In the last century it was rebuilt in classical style. Also a visit to the First World War Museum should not be missed when you come to Bersone.

The feasts in the circle of the seasons are still celebrated like in former times, like the evening parade on All Souls’ Day, the seeding in the vegetable gardens on Good Friday and the ringing of the bells on Holy Saturday, to ask for a good harvest.

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