B&B "El Fontanì"
between nature and tranquility...
Activities and Surrounding
Moerna is a very peaceful village where your children will be able to run and have fun without having to worry about the traffic. Moreover at the San Rocco Tourist Centre, 15 minutes' relaxing walk from the b&b (reachable even by car), you will find a recreation ground, a football pitch, picnic tables, a coffee bar and, in summer, even a swimming pool! All nestled in a charming landscape.
You will be able to have lunch and dinner at the local restaurants which offer an excellent tipical cuisine.


In Moerna you'll have the possibility of taking care of your wellness not just through sport activities like trekking and cycling, but also thanks to the therapeutic treatments of the new centre TEMA "San Rocco" which works within the framework of Territorial Energetic Medicine. You coul'd enjoy the numerous beneficial effets of an Hay Bath, a Quantron Therapy or relax yourself thanks to a Multi-sensory Shower (for more info).


The easy walks you can take round the village are plenty: they allow you to admire flowers and trees. Moreover it will be interesting to discover the other hamlets of Valvestino ( all of them reachable by car), especially Magasa, whose shepherds' huts are known for their typical thatched roofs, among which you can find an observatory ( Cima Rest observatory ) and an interesting Ethnographic Museum . This museum will offer you the chance to approach the valley's past life with documentaries as to the habits and activities that are gradually disappearing.

As to the flora of the area, we can't forget the famous botanist Don Pietro Porta (1832 – 1923), born in Moerna, whose passion for flowers brought him to encounter the greatest botanists of his time he took lots of times up the mountains that had first stimulated his scientific curiosity.
The history of vegetation in Valvestino goes back to the Tertiary period when the area was thriving with a luxuriant evergreen subtropical forest and laurels : practically nothing exists of that period. The following of one glacier after the other has left on the spot only scanty specimens of the oldest trees and has contributed to turn the geographical isolation of the Valley into a small reservoir for the birth of new species, which are nowadays referred to as 'endemic', which means of the place.
The species are no more than 40/ 50, that is about 1.5% of the 2,500/3,000 vascular plants you can find in the Regional Natural Park of the Alto Garda Bresciano.
Inside our building you will find guide books and books that will offer you the chance to read and see what the famous botanist observed a century ago.