In Val d’Intelvi, the conformation of the territory allows for practicing many sports. While, with all its many churches and museums, you can also admire many works by plaster stucco masters of the valley who created works throughout all of Europe.
By foot, you can take leisure walks along the trails surrounding the camping facilities and reach the most challenging spots on the mountain peaks that frame the valley.
By bike, you have the option to choose from the many MTB bike paths or compete in an amateur race that takes place in early August through woods and pastures.
With a racing bike, you can “race” between Lake Como and Lake Lugano, passing uphill through Argegno-San Fedele, often used by professionals in the Giro di Lombardia.
During the winter, you can go skiing on the slopes of Sighignola or go ski mountaineering right in front of the camping facilities on Monte Crocetta.
Through marked trails, across snowy landscapes, you can try cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
During spring and summer, there are many sports activities offered in the valley, such as: horseback riding, tennis, golf, swimming in the city pool equipped with a gym, archery, Nordic walking, hiking and, for the more adventurous, parasailing and canyoning accompanied by qualified instructors and guides with the possibility to rent the necessary equipment.
Around the valley, you can visit churches with remarkable stucco works by the Comacine masters, many works by G.B. Barberini dating back to the second half of the seventeenth century, as well as interesting sixteenth-century frescoes.
You will also find museums near the camping facilities: “Museo dello Stucco e della Scagliola” – Stucco Museum in Cerano / “Museo della civiltà Contadina” – Museum of Rural Culture in Ponna Superiore / Collection of tools of rural culture of Casasco, the latter just 2 km from the camping facilities.
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