“Thanks Descalzi, a holiday for everyone in Val Camonica”

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Vezza d’Oglio is the little jewel of the Val Camonica that Claudio Descalzi, Eni’s CEO, mentioned today in the story about his summers in these places on ‘Il Sole 24 Ore’. “The wonder of an open-air museum,” wrote Descalzi. “We thank him – says the mayor of the municipality in the province of Brescia, Diego Martino Occhi – to AdnKronos. The various activities of our territories are working well in this period. The management difficulties related to the coronavirus are there, we do not hide it, but the mountain offers wide spaces, walks, the possibility of making a more peaceful and serene holiday. This aspect is favoring the influx of tourists “.

Vezza rises in the confluence of two lateral valleys: Paghera, in the Adamello Regional Park, and Val Grande, in the Stelvio National Park. A meeting that offers a unique panorama, the ideal place to combine the adventure of hiking in unspoiled nature with rest and tranquility. “There are countless walks and hikes to do, as well as many activities – adds the mayor -. From Stelvio and the Adamello natural park, which offer various possibilities also for families, to the cycle path on the Via Carolingia up to demanding excursions. Here in Vezza d’Oglio we have the Adamello Adventure, routes with ropes suspended on trees that are suitable for both children and adults. Going up to Ponte di Legno there are various ski lifts also open in the summer season that allow you to do ‘downhill ‘, go down by bicycle along the paths. There is also another cycle path that connects Vezza d’Oglio to Ponte di Legno “.

A paradise two and a half hours by car from Milan where you can admire the largest rock art center in Europe, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. And the surprises for those who love nature will continue even after the summer. “You never get bored. The invitation to come on holiday to us is also extended for September and October – concludes the mayor Occhi -. At that time, here in Vezza d’Oglio, there is the roar of the deer that populate this area. The animals in that period go in love and emit this particular and suggestive call “.

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