Nova Levante

Nova Levante in Ega valley

Nova Levante (1,180 m) in Val d'Ega valley in South Tyrol is embedded in between the Catinaccio and the Latemar, the gate to the western Dolomites.

The vast mountain village also takes in the mountain pastures surrounding the Lake Carezza (1,560 m) up to the Passo di Carezza (1,752 m).

Accomodations
Ega valley
Accomodations
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Hiking tours
Ega valley
Hiking tours
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Lake Carezza
Ega valley
Lake Carezza
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In the forest of Carezza, which extends through large parts of the area (approx. 1,000 ha), the coveted "sound log" can be found which is used to manufacture string instruments and plucking instruments.

In summer Nova Levante offers numerous hiking and climbing opportunities, an outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts, horse riding opportunities and a golf course with wonderful view.

Nova Levante
Nova Levante

Lake Carezza

Lake Carezza is the most beautiful lake in the Alps. The reflection of the Latemar massive twinkles on the surface like jewels sparkling in the sun. The lake is known for its wonderful colours.

In winter

In winter the Ski Center Obereggen - Ski Center Latemar (1,550 - 2,500 m) and the Ski Area Carezza (1,182 - 2,337 m) offers winter fun in all variations.

The downhill Ski Area Carezza-Nova Levante offers 12 lifts and 28 kilometres of slopes. It is distinguished for its sunny location and is particularly recommended for younger ski-enthusiasts and their families.

More fun in the winter is provided by cross-country skiing trails, tobogganing slopes and an ice skating rinks. Winter-hikes are a pure delight for those who love nature.

Dolomites
The Dolomites

Climbing in the best known and spectacular mountains in the Alps

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Sciliar plateau
Sciliar plateau

The highest plateau in Europe, situated in the middle of the Dolomites

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Oberlechner
Hotel Oberlechner

On a sunny plateau with wonderful views of the Pustertal

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Merano's Alta Via
Merano's Alta Via

The path 24 encompasses the reserve of the Tessa mountains

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