The key ingredients of a holiday at Tonadico are good hotels and friendly welcoming locals
Located at the foot of the ruins of Castel Pietra
, Tonadico is the oldest village of the valle del Primiero valley. It used to be the administrative centre of the entire valley and the seat of the Seignory Lord, at Palazzo Scopoli, where the so-called Statutes of Primiero were kept.
The houses in the town centre are built in the typical mountain style and decorated with numerous frescoes featuring religious subjects. Most of the area of Tonadico - which includes the green expanses of the val Canale and the val Venegia valleys - falls within the boundaries of the Parco Naturale Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino
Visitors chose Tonadico for its peaceful setting, warm-hearted locals and wide range of accommodation, with a large number of top-notch self-catering apartments. Typical features of this area are the bark primierotti
, small barns made of wood.
Tonadico is your ideal holiday destination if you are looking for rest, relax, excursions, culture and local tradition
s, which include important events such as the Gran festa del desmontegar
, celebrating the return of the livestock from the Alpine pastures to valley.
Wild nature and welcoming atmosphere make Tonadico a great place to stay
The oldest town in the Valle del Primiero valley
used to be the administrative centre of the whole valley. Palazzo Scopoli was the seat of the administrative office, where the Statutes of Primiero were archived. Tonadico has a typical Alpine architecture
, with the walls of some houses painted with religious themes. Most of the municipality is covered by meadows of the Val Canale and Val Venegia valleys, within the Parco Naturale Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino
Tonadico is the ideal holiday destination for those seeking high quality relaxation in a cosy atmosphere. Typical features of this area are small wooden barns called bark. In summer Tonadico provides a full schedule of cultural events and local culture festivals. Special mention goes to “Gran festa del desmontegar
”, a festival celebrating the return of the animals from the high-mountain pastures.