Nomi, by bike on Adige’s right bank
Known to all cyclists, this is ideal rest stop along the Adige bike path
At Nomi you can discover the district’s Nativity scenes in winter and the rock music festival in summer.
Nomi is one of five towns of the Adige’s right bank, at the feet of the Monte Corona, between Rovereto and Trento. Famous with cyclists from northern and eastern Europe: the Bike rest stop of Nomi along the Adige bike path is ready to welcome, cater, help, and inform!
Behind the large parish church dedicated to the Madonna della Consolazione (1858-95), you will find the old town center with attractive residences with characteristic galleries, frescoes and ornate portals.
Begin your tour with the Palazzo Vecchio, which is the center of the town, and note the characteristic dry-stone walls.
The farmhouses, fields and vineyards around Nomi testify to agriculture since feudal times.
We recommend stop at the Taio biotope , a humid protected area that you can enter near the cycling track. From the bridge over the Adige, go past the railroad and follow the little road between the apple trees.
In Nomi during summer and autumn there are lively festivals, coffee concerts and musical events, such as “Nomi on the rock” and the “Sagra Patronale” .
In winter discover the unusual “District Nativity scenes”, set up in the ancient portals, in the windows with iron grates and in the stone thresholds.