The Varone waterfalls are a popular natural attraction located in the town of Tenno, just a few kilometers away from the town of Riva del Garda in northern Italy. The waterfalls are located in the midst of a lush green canyon and have been a popular tourist destination since the 19th century.
The waterfall drops from a height of about 98 feet and is fed by the Magnone river. The water cascades down a series of rocky steps, creating a mesmerizing sight and a thunderous roar that can be heard from quite a distance.
There are two main viewing areas for the Varone waterfalls. The first is the lower viewing platform, which can be accessed by a short path from the parking area. From this platform, visitors can see the waterfall up close and feel the spray of the water. The second viewing area is the upper viewing platform, which can be accessed by climbing a series of stairs. From this platform, visitors can get a panoramic view of the surrounding area and the waterfall from a higher vantage point.
Aside from the viewing platforms, there is also a cave that visitors can explore, called the “Grotta Cascata Varone”. This cave is located behind the waterfall and can be accessed by a series of tunnels and walkways. Inside the cave, visitors can see the water flowing over the rocky walls and hear the thundering sound of the waterfall echoing through the chambers.