Nestled in the woods, between the lush nature of the Val di Non, Cavareno is a resort in the province of Trento, located at short distance from Monte Roen. It is a peaceful and relaxing destination, ideal for families and those who enjoy to take long walks outdoors on foot, horseback or mountain bike. The area is also equipped with modern sports facilities for sports enthusiasts and those visitors willing to have a more active kind of holiday.
Fragmented are the local archaeological findings, which give no certain answer on the origins of the first settlement. The first existing written documents date back to 1200, although the ending "eno" in the name probably betrays Roman origins. It submitted the control of the Principality-Bishop of Trento until it was annexed to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and after the First World War was incorporated into the Kingdom of Italy.
- the charming Old Town Center, with its ancient palaces decorated with frescoes, courtyards, mullioned windows and porches, built by the traditional scheme of Trentino and Val d Non;
- the XV century Church of St. Fabian and St. Sebastian, located in the oldest part of the village, it miraculously escaped the fire of 1906. Of the original ancient Romanesque building, smaller in size than the present, remain the south and east walls with frescoes and the floor, brought to light during the recent restoration. Worthy of mention are also the XV and XVI century frescoes and the ancient altar with doors, artwork of the artist Silvester Muller;
- the old Church of St. Mary Magdalene, now seat of a school, has been known since the 1537. In the early years of the XX century the roof was demolished in order to obtain a new plan. Of the original Gothic building remain only the bell tower, the large arched windows, spared from the restoration and proudly displayed, visible from the main square;
- the new Church of St. Mary Magdalene, built in Romanesque style in the second half of the XIX century. It features a single nave plan with a presbytery and preserves a wooden altar carved in the shapes reminiscent of the Gothic style, several valuable works of art from the old church, including the altarpiece attributed to Giovanni Battista Lampi, depicting Mary Magdalene;
- the numerous noble palaces, including the Palazzo (or Castle) de Campi, a fine example of XVI architecture, and the Palazzo de Zinis, today seat of the Town Hall;
- the "Cavern of the Saint", built on the centenary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Lourdes, and it faithfully reproduces the original cave.