Aldino on the sunny Regglberg
Aldino is a tranquil village in South Tyrol's South. At an altitude of 1,225 m above sea level, it lies on the sunny high plateau of the Regglberg. It borders with the villages of Ora, Bronzolo, Nova Potente, Montagna and Trodena.
The friendly mentality of the people and the mild climate make Aldino a wonderful resort. Far from the pressures of mass tourism you will find a unique idyll and have a re-energising rest.
Of course, the village also has some things worth seeing: the village museum, which exhibits sacred objects from the Baroque and Rococo periods and the popular pilgrims’ destination of Maria Weißenstein. A further attraction are the restored mills along Thal-Bach River.
Aldino lies in the Monte Corno Nature Park, in the midst of undisturbed natural surroundings and fascinating flora and fauna. The wonderful surroundings invite you to go on lengthy hiking or cycle tours. Scale the nearby summits of Corno Nero and Bianco or discover the Bletterbach Gorge, a geological park, which reveals how the Dolomites were formed.
In the neighbouring village of Redagno, a hamlet of the village, you really must visit the Geomuseum. Here are exhibited dinosaur footprints, fossils and rocks, which reveal the history of the Earth's layers. The museum also offers guided tours through the Bletterbach Gorge which divides the little village from the main village of Aldino.
The Passo di Oclini Skiing Area, a splendid little family skiing area, invites you to take part in winter sports. Right next to the village cross country skiing tracks begin, which lead around Corno Bianco to Passo di Oclini. This is the best place to enjoy he wonderful winter landscape.