The lush nature of Val di Cembra invites you to try new sports, new movements and new motivations. Here you can practice many sports, from trekking along historic trails to biking or mountain biking, from fishing in the Avisio Stream to curling, a sport loved and practiced by all Cembrans. Moments of sport and relaxation to explore the area and have fun in nature.
But saying Val di Cembra, also means talking about the land of champions. Palù di Giovo, just 500 inhabitants, is the birthplace of the entire Moser dynasty and Gilberto Simoni. The "village in pink," one could paraphrase, with its 86 days in the pink jersey at the Giro d'Italia is still a nursery of young cycling champions thanks to the historic Montecorona Society. And what about Cembra, home of Curling (born here en plein air on the frozen surface of Lago Santo, 1200 m above sea level) and now home to one of the few covered facilities (with two rinks) in northern Italy. From here come the athletes of the Italian national team (Retornaz, Mosaner, Giovannella, Arman), here landed the Beijing 2022 mixed doubles gold medal of Amos Mosaner and Ampezzo's Stefania Costantini, the bronze medal at the Las Vegas 2022 World Championships and other important achievements.