The activities at the Colli Fioriti campsite are really interesting and numerous, designed to satisfy the different needs of all guests.
The Valle d’Intelvi, a wonderful place where the structure stands, gives the opportunity to enjoy countless services both for those who love sports and for those who prefer to experience a more peaceful holiday entirely dedicated to relaxation.
The campsite is also particularly popular with mountain bike tours that can be easily rented on site.
In the first days of August, there is no lack of opportunities to take part in amateur races. It is an exciting adventure designed to immerse the participants totally in nature, between woods and delightful mountain pastures.
The Argegno-San Fedele climb is interesting, mostly chosen by professional cyclists.
Among all the activities, there is also cross-country skiing or walking with snowshoes. When the warm season arrives, guests can enjoy other exciting sports such as horse riding. In the Colli Fioriti campsite you can keep fit by playing tennis, archery and even golf, paragliding and swimming.
Highly specialized structures will offer paragliding and canyoning lessons. On site you can rent suitable equipment (there is no longer a paragliding school, only the bases for departure). And after so much sport, you can finally relax by visiting a few museums and churches. For example, the museum of Scagliola and Stucco in Cerano is worth seeing, where excellent works by the Magistri Comacini can be found.
Very interesting is also the museum that re-proposes the peasant civilization of Casasco. These are easily accessible monuments as they are only a few kilometers away from the structure. Thanks to all these proposed activities, the campsite is suitable for both families, couples and singles.
It should be noted that the campsite is not far from some important villas such as Villa del Balbianello, the heritage of the Italian Environment Fund (FAI), and Villa Carlotta.
The way to the chapels of the Sacro Monte di Ossuccio is also interesting, a very valuable UNESCO heritage site.
The owners Paolo and Stefano await their guests to provide all useful information regarding the activities of the campsite, with insights into the region and the surrounding nature. In addition, brochures and specific maps of the area are also provided.