Hotel in Gardone Riviera and a trip to the Paper mill Valley


An excursion in nature, rich with history and culture? A few minutes away from our hotel in Gardone Riviera you can find the Paper mill Valley of Toscolano Maderno.


Our hotel in Gardone Riviera Villa Florida is situated on the western shore of Lake Garda, the largest lake in Italy. It is described by many as a corner of earthly paradise, immersed in nature, surrounded by an almost fairytale atmosphere. It’s the ideal place for those who want to spend a relaxing holiday, discovering territories and unique landscapes, always surrounded by the typical colourful vegetation.
The hotel in Gardone Riviera Villa Florida is 5 minutes by car from Toscolano Maderno, another coastal town famous above all for the Paper mill Valley, where was already being produced at the beginning of the XIV century. Toscolano was the reference point for the industries of this sector in all of northern Italy and from 1800 high quality paper and paper used for the production of money was also produced.
Today, during your stay at the hotel in Gardone Riviera Villa Florida, if you feel a tingle of curiosity about this valley, you can visit it on foot, following the itinerary that the transport vehicles loaded with paper used to do; on the sides of the road you can admire the ruins and remains of the most important paper factories. In the Maina Inferiore locality, about 15 minutes on foot from the entrance of the valley, you can find the Museum, Centre of Excellence, in which you can discover the history of the place and the methods of paper production.
Our hotel in Gardone Riviera recommends this suggestive excursion, immersed in the rich nature and culture. For any information contact us, our reception is always at your service.







02/07/2014



See also
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