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Highlights Trentino

  • Skiing in the Dolomites
  • Sailing at Lake Garda
  • Castello di Arco
  • Medieval festival in Pergine
  • Hearty kitchen

Best Vacation Rentals in Trentino

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Ledro, Garda Mountains
Vacation Rental • 355 ft² • 1 Bedroom
4.5
(59 reviews)
2-room apartment 33 m2. Practical and rustic furnishings: living/dining room with satellite TV. 1 room with 3 sleeping facilities. Kitchenette (4 induction hot plates). Shower/bidet/WC. Heating (extra). Heating available only from 15.10. to 15.04. Balcony or small garden. Panoramic view of the mountains. Facilities: safe, baby cot for up to 2 year olds (extra). Suitable for families. Maximum 1 small pet/ dog allowed. The rooms can have 3 beds or a French bed (140 cm) + single bed. RTA11115
from $49 / night
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Western Dolomites, Trentino
Vacation Rental • 2691 ft² • 5 Bedrooms
5.0
(3 reviews)
Located in the centre of Predazzo, this five-bedroom cottage is a typical and beautiful 17th century farmhouse that has been completely restored but is authentic on the outside. Elegant, modern and refined interiors. A wonderful contrast with a mix of modern and antique. A large living room has been created in the attic. Ideal for a relaxing holiday for families with pets, the cottage has a private garden equipped with a barbecue. There are numerous cable cars in the area for a nice walk in the mountains. In winter, you can enjoy the Val di Fiemme ski area. Restaurants and shops can be foun...
from $373 / night
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Western Dolomites, Trentino
Vacation Rental • 969 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
4.3
(11 reviews)
This scenic apartment cottage lies in the valley of Bellamonte in northern Italy, at the backdrop of snow-clad mountains. This two-bedroom holiday home for 6 guests is ideal for family or friends both and offers a furnished garden with seating, to enjoy your morning coffee with views or a barbecue session in the evening, with a bonfire. The region is famous ski spot and the ski lift lies only 200m away from the property. For getting supplies and such, the nearest mart is also 5 minutes’ walk away. The cottage is decorated with wooden interior, like an ideal mountain home and offers a saun...
from $220 / night

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Vacation rental prices Trentino

$179for 3 Dec - 10 Dec
$199 annual average
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Vacation rentals availability Trentino

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Vacation rentals in Trentino

Holidays in the midst of a fantastic mountain world

The wonderful holiday region of Trentino offers you holiday apartments with a view of the Rhaetian Alps and the Dolomites. A vacation rental on one of the many lakes, of which Lake Garda is the largest in the region, is the perfect accommodation for water sports enthusiasts. There are also comfortable apartments in the city of Trento and in smaller towns such as Rovereto, Arco and Lavis.

Vacation rentals with the extra service

Many landlords in Trentino will pick you up from the train station and take you directly to your apartment, so you don't necessarily need a car to get there. You can also rent a bike or skis from some accommodation providers. If you want to be completely comfortable on holiday, it is best to rent a holiday apartment with breakfast.

Holidays in Trentino

Location and orientation

Holidays of the finest in northern Italy

Trentino is an Italian province in the south of the Trentino-South Tyrol region. The province consists of a total of 177 municipalities, 16 of which are valley communities. Trentino forms a part of the Brenner axis from the Veroneser Klause to the Salurner Klause. In the north of the province South Tyrol begins, in the south, east and southeast the Venetian provinces Verona, Belluno and Vicenza border on Trentino. The largest city in the region is Trento.

Discover varied landscapes

In Trentino you will find a mountain landscape full of lakes, the Adamello-Brenta Natural Park and numerous ski resorts such as Madonna di Campiglio. Not far from Rovereto, the province has access to the northern shore of Lake Garda. The Brenta Group, which belongs to the Dolomites World Heritage, is located in the west. Further mountain groups are the Latemar, the Marmolata, the Rosengartengruppe and the Palagruppe.

Beautiful alpine landscape in South Tyrol
Beautiful alpine landscape in South Tyrol

Travelers and Activities

Fantastic conditions for outdoor sports activities

Among the most popular outdoor activities are climbing, hiking and mountain biking in the mountains. You can also go swimming and boating in the many lakes of Trentino. Lake Garda is a popular place for surfing. Other beautiful lakes that you can walk or cycle around are Lake Caldonazzo, Lake Ledro and Lake Levico.

Skiing and cross-country skiing in winter

In the Dolomites you will find around 800 kilometres of perfectly groomed pistes spread over the largest ski carousels in the Alps, the Dolomiti Superski and the Skirama Dolomiti, and a total of 11 ski regions. A legendary view and a varied skiing pleasure are guaranteed in the Dolomites of Trentino.

The 30 km long ridge Monte Baldo offers many different habitats for flora and fauna due to its proximity to Lake Garda and the climatic conditions influenced by it. These include the Mediterranean macchia, extensive pastures and the rocky region.

Top 5 travel tips

Skiing in the Dolomites
Skiing in the Dolomites
1. To the fortress high up on the mountain

Take a trip to the Castello di Arco, which survived a bombing by Napoleon and is still enthroned high on the rock above Lake Garda. The walk takes you past idyllic olive groves until you reach three 20 metre high walls. From here you can get directly to the castle, from where you will be rewarded with a breathtaking view. Inside the Castello there is a room with frescoes worth seeing.

2. To gain insights into the Bronze Age

In the Lake Dwelling Museum you will learn everything about the prehistoric settlement of Trentino. The museum is located on Lake Ledro and shows a number of pile dwellings that came to light in the course of a lowering of the water level in 1929. The remains of the settlement date from between 1,800 and 1,300 B.C. A large number of objects from the former settlers can also be seen.

3. Experience pleasant hours in the brine swimming pool

Wellness fans can take a well-deserved break at the Gardacqua in Garda. The bathing landscape offers you several adventure pools with a wide wave slide, a brine pool and a sauna. Outside there is a playground and the possibility to play beach volleyball.

4. The medieval spectacle in summer

Every year at the end of July a spectacular medieval festival takes place in the centre and in the castle of Pergine, where you can let yourself be carried away into a time long past. In addition to varied market stalls with culinary delights from the 14th century, you can experience old crafts live. You can also watch archers and lance riders at your competitions in the camps. The entertainment programme is rounded off with lots of music and jugglery.

5. Eat heartily

The recipes in Trentino were increasingly influenced by the fact that they belonged to Austria. The typical dishes of the region are therefore less spaghetti and pizza, but rather dumplings, meat and vegetables. A speciality is "Carne Salada e fasoi", which consists of cured beef, either grilled or raw, with onions and beans. Delicious is also "Sisam", a fish that is prepared with plenty of onions.

1. To the fortress high up on the mountain

Take a trip to the Castello di Arco, which survived a bombing by Napoleon and is still enthroned high on the rock above Lake Garda. The walk takes you past idyllic olive groves until you reach three 20 metre high walls. From here you can get directly to the castle, from where you will be rewarded with a breathtaking view. Inside the Castello there is a room with frescoes worth seeing.

2. To gain insights into the Bronze Age

In the Lake Dwelling Museum you will learn everything about the prehistoric settlement of Trentino. The museum is located on Lake Ledro and shows a number of pile dwellings that came to light in the course of a lowering of the water level in 1929. The remains of the settlement date from between 1,800 and 1,300 B.C. A large number of objects from the former settlers can also be seen.

3. Experience pleasant hours in the brine swimming pool

Wellness fans can take a well-deserved break at the Gardacqua in Garda. The bathing landscape offers you several adventure pools with a wide wave slide, a brine pool and a sauna. Outside there is a playground and the possibility to play beach volleyball.

4. The medieval spectacle in summer

Every year at the end of July a spectacular medieval festival takes place in the centre and in the castle of Pergine, where you can let yourself be carried away into a time long past. In addition to varied market stalls with culinary delights from the 14th century, you can experience old crafts live. You can also watch archers and lance riders at your competitions in the camps. The entertainment programme is rounded off with lots of music and jugglery.

5. Eat heartily

The recipes in Trentino were increasingly influenced by the fact that they belonged to Austria. The typical dishes of the region are therefore less spaghetti and pizza, but rather dumplings, meat and vegetables. A speciality is "Carne Salada e fasoi", which consists of cured beef, either grilled or raw, with onions and beans. Delicious is also "Sisam", a fish that is prepared with plenty of onions.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Trentino

On average, what was the cost for vacation rentals in Trentino last year?

Trentino is one of the most expensive destinations in Italy. The costs for a vacation rental here amount to around $179 per night.

When are vacation rentals cheaper in Trentino?

If it is your aim to save as much as possible during your visit to Trentino, go there in May ($154 per night on average), October ($156), or September ($156), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

When are vacation rentals more expensive in Trentino?

When it comes to booking a vacation rental in Trentino, the highest prices are usually found in the month of January (with an average of $223 per night), followed by February ($215), and then December ($201).

Is it necessary to plan a trip to Trentino well in advance?

It's worthwhile if you can book your stay with plenty of time when visiting Trentino, as only 40% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.

Which months offer the highest availability?

April, May and June are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of accommodations available, with an average availability of 61%, 59%, and 52%.

Are there many rentals in Trentino?

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