Come on holiday in the broadest valley in Trentino!
Choose the best setting for your chosen type of holiday, everywhere is easy to reach! As soon as you enter the Val di Non, you will be struck by the agricultural soul of the valley with its ordered rows of apple trees and the warm family welcome of a farm holiday. When you get to Lake Santa Giustina, the panorama opens up with majestic views of the Brenta Dolomites to the west. Straight ahead of you rise the green and wild peaks of the Maddalene range high above charming little villages. If you turn your eyes to the east, you will see the gentle slopes of the mountains, punctuated by the Mendola and Palade passes, from where the roads drop steeply down to South Tyrol.
In Trentino, you can leave the car at home!
In just a 60-minute train ride you can be in the heart of the Val di Non! Every hour, a modern local train leaves Trento and winds its way across the whole valley, continuing on towards the Val di Sole. At Dermulo and Cles stations there are bus connections which head off towards the many little towns in the valley.
Find out more about the various ways you can reach the Val di Non and choose the one which suits you the best:
From the SOUTH: leave the A22 motorway at the Trento Nord exit and follow first the SP235 and then the SS43. At Dermulo, you will find the junction with the SS43dir to Predaia and the northern part of the Val di Non below the Mendola and Palade passes. Continuing on the SS43 you soon reach Cles, the main town in the valley, where there is the turn-off to the famous Lake Tovel and the Brenta Dolomites. Further along the SS43, you reach Mostizzolo where you can take the turning to the charming village of Rumo in the heart of the Maddalene mountain range.
From the NORTH:
Leave the A22 motorway at the San Michele all’Adige junction. From the junction, follow the SS43. We recommend passing through the town of Mezzolombardo, heading north, until you reach the point where the SP235 becomes the SS43 and you enter the Val di Non. If you are coming from Bolzano, Merano and the Val Venosta, we recommend the fine roads of the Mendola and Palade passes which offer a convenient and direct route to the northern part of the Val di Non.
Trento station is served by Frecciargento, Italo, Deutsche Bahn and ÖBB express services as well as regional and long-distance trains.
Without leaving Trento station, follow the signs for Trentino Trasporti along platform 1 with the station building to your right. After 150 metres you will reach the Trentino Esercizio station and its ticket office. As Trento is the end of the line, you cannot go wrong, just board a train heading to Malè/Marilleva.
Mezzocorona station is only served by regional and long-distance trains (not express services).
Leave the station, cross the road and turn left to the nearby halt for the local train service. There is no ticket office here but you can buy a ticket aboard the train. Make sure that you board a train heading to Malè/Marilleva!
› Local train timetablesOrari treno locale
Local bus in the Val di Non
The villages of the Val di Non which the train cannot reach are served by bus routes. These buses leave from Dermulo and Cles railway stations.
Private transfer services
If you are unable to find a connection to suit your requirements, you can contact one of the following transfer services in the valley:
Alessio Viaggi - tel. +39 0463 880612
Erika Tours - tel. +39 0463 830363
Genziana Viaggi - tel. +39 0463 830220
Oscar Viaggi - tel. +39 0461 641166
There are plenty of coach services from across Italy and Europe direct to the Val di Non or nearby cities.
Flixbus stops in Cles, in the Val di Non, as well as in Trento. Flixbus also stops in Bolzano and Merano. From Bolzano, bus services run to Passo Mendola and from Merano there is a direct bus as far as Fondo.
› Alto Adige Mobilità timetables
In summer, Autostradale runs a direct coach from Milan to the Val di Non.
The nearest airports are Verona “Valerio Catullo”, Bergamo “Orio al Serio” and Milan “Linate”.
Flixbus services connect these airports with Trento and Cles in the Val di Non.