Rocca d’Anfo, last tours… with tastings

Claudio Andrizzi
Written by Claudio Andrizzi

There’s only time until September 20 to visit the Rocca d’Anfo, a Val Sabbia site of extraordinary historical and environmental significance dating from the fifteenth century and reopened to the public this summer after several years of closure: a destination absolutely at hand also for all tourists visiting Lake Garda, which can now take advantage of the latest tours, scheduled in the first three september weekend, which will also be characterized by a gastronomic enrichment in collaboration with the Caseificio Valsabbino, an important reality in the production of typical cheeses about which we have already told he story on Garda Expo (you can read it here http://

Visitors who make the tours will be treated with a tasting of typical products of the valley, with the option to buy the cheese of the Caseificio Valsabbino along with jams produced in the area as well. The availability is now limited only to some of the three shifts of access on days 5, 12, 13 and 19 September. For information and reservations you can contact the site The tours last about 3 hours and will be held even with bad weather: you need a clothing suitable for hiking in the mountains, and the organization also recommended to bring a flashlight and water as there are no stops along the way. The cost is 10 € for adults and 5 for children up to 15 years, free admission for children up to 5 years.

In the picture by Maurizio Zenucchi: a glimpse of the charming Rocca d’Anfo.

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