Valle delle Sorgenti (The Valley of the Springs) and Gaverina Terme Bio-Park

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In the heart of the Cavallina Valley, the Valley of the Springs awaits you: a magical place where time seems to have stopped. The historic village that is the fulcrum of the Bio-Park, extends over an area of about 13 hectares and is made up of the Cà de Löche and the Cà del Ciarina: two areas that host workshops, rooms for cultural activities and the enhancement of the territory.

If you want to learn the history of the Valley of the Springs, Cà del Valù is the place to go: You will get to know the environmental, cultural and gastronomic beauties, and you can see a real breeding centre for cows, sheep and goats, as well as donkeys and other farmyard animals.

Agriculture, on the other hand, has its palace in the Cà del Pasqual: greenhouses and vegetable gardens will show you the richness of local crops, a true example of biodiversity.

As you go up, you will see the Cà Ègia that dominates the valley: the point of entry to the weave of paths that explore the complexity of the Cavallina Valley.

Did you know that beans were the most important cultivation in the Cavallina Valley? It was even celebrated with a Thanksgiving celebration, which today has become the Beans Festival.


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In the heart of the Cavallina Valley, the Valley of the Springs awaits you: a magical place where time seems to have stopped. The historic village that is the fulcrum of the Bio-Park, extends over an area of about 13 hectares and is made up of the Cà de Löche and the Cà del Ciarina: two areas that host workshops, rooms for cultural activities and the enhancement of the territory.

If you want to learn the history of the Valley of the Springs, Cà del Valù is the place to go: You will get to know the environmental, cultural and gastronomic beauties, and you can see a real breeding centre for cows, sheep and goats, as well as donkeys and other farmyard animals.

Agriculture, on the other hand, has its palace in the Cà del Pasqual: greenhouses and vegetable gardens will show you the richness of local crops, a true example of biodiversity.

As you go up, you will see the Cà Ègia that dominates the valley: the point of entry to the weave of paths that explore the complexity of the Cavallina Valley.

Did you know that beans were the most important cultivation in the Cavallina Valley? It was even celebrated with a Thanksgiving celebration, which today has become the Beans Festival.