Circular route along the old Roman road to Croina, among natural and historical wonders.
The rushing waters of the Massangla stream, the old Bugatini mill, the Gorg d’Abiss waterfall, the little church of San Giorgio with its onion shaped bell tower, the Roman bridge of Croina and the woods above Tiarno di Sotto. As the road and bridge of Croina testify, the ancient Romans were well settled in Valle di Ledro, geographic link between Lake Garda and the Giudicarie.
Gorg d’Abiss, vortex of the abyss, this poetic name belongs to a magnificent waterfall which provides cool even in the hottest Summer days.
Thanks to its location on top of a hill overlooking the village of Tiarno di Sotto, the little church of San Giorgio is a beautiful viewpoint.