Winter and Summer visitors both equally enjoy this exceptional Alpine backdrop for relaxing, rejuvenating or exhilarating experiences.
The Dolomite mountains were listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 2009 because of their exceptional beauty and unique landscape as well as their scientific importance from the geological and geomorphological point of view.
The Three Peaks
Uniquely beautiful and stunning from all sides. To enable you to experience the magic of the Three Peaks close-up there is in Summer a toll-road from Misurina to the Rifugio Auronzo hut. Every year the call of the Three Peaks attracts many visitors who witness an unforgettable and impressive magical dance of colours, from cool greys to glowing reds.
Base yourself at San Cassiano in Badia, high in the Dolomite mountains. Stay in an inn building dating from 1850 that now boasts a 3-star Michelin restaurant.
Soothe your body and soul in one of South Tyrol’s many wellness hotels, try these classic and traditional therapies designed to relax and refresh you after a long day on the slopes. Feel pampered from head to toe, and ready for the next day’s adventures.
Relax in South Tyrol
Find rest and rejuvenation in South Tyrol, and embrace a culture of natural, effective therapies, with wellness hotels and spas. Enjoy rest and recreation in a unique atmosphere. Attentive staff will take care of your wellbeing and pamper you from head to toe. With relaxing natural therapies, wholesome food and outdoor activities, you can make the most of your break and indulge in an unforgettable holiday.
Both on and off the slopes, South Tyrol is a gourmet’s paradise, rich with culinary delights. Located in the most Northern Province of Italy – a unique fusion of Alpine comfort and Mediterranean flair, you can eat, drink and be merry, wherever your taste buds take you.
Visit a mountain hut for a true taste of South Tyrol. You’ll discover Alpine charm, given a twist with Mediterranean flair. Alta Badia boasts an incredible range of restaurants and mountain huts famed for their cuisine. With traditional recipes, local ingredients and world class chefs, it’s no surprise that this small area has six Michelin stars. Don’t miss your opportunity to sample Alta Badia’s delectable delights.
For a family holiday you won’t forget, come to South Tyrol. Nestled in the Dolomites, in Northern Italy, it offers family-friendly skiing and hotels, world-class cuisine, and a host of thrilling outdoors adventures. And with 300 days of sunshine a year, there’ll be smiles all round. Enjoy a beautiful backdrop of snow-covered mountains as you make the most of time together as a family. From snowball fights to sledging, adults and children will fall in love with holidays in Val Gardena.
Discover the Alps’ best-kept skiing secret. With over 1,200km of perfect pistes, South Tyrol has something for every kind of skier. Located in the most northern province of Italy. Indulge your passion with world-famous runs and breath-taking scenery.
Considered a trailblazer for Alpine skiing, South Tyrol has 30 resorts and 1,200km of slopes, with something for every skier. Much of the history of skiing was written on the Val Gardena valley’s slopes, thanks to a host of champions through the years. The World Cup is held before Christmas, on the legendary Saslong slope.
And in Alta Badia, visitors can take advantage of delicious dining and skiing connections to over 500km of slopes, including the Gran Risa, where the men’s Ski World Cup races are held each year.
Summer in the Dolomites is varied, diverse and exciting. All activities take place with the backdrop of the spectacular panoramic views of the Dolomites. There are also many cultural treasures and events. Crystal clear mountain lakes invite you for walks, pastures and the stunning mountain world of the Dolomites entice you to go on individual hikes and hiking tours lasting several days.
Explore the surroundings by bicycle on the valley’s cycle paths, high up to the pastures, into the mountains and over passes. The Dolomites offer the most spectacular cycling routes including Via Ferratas in the Alps. Climbing crags and climbing centres also tempt the visitors.
Look after your health, feel good and top-up your energy levels with a Kneipp session. Try Nordic walking across meadows, fields and pastures. Experience wild swimming in the natural swimming Lake Dobbiaco.
Or even fulfil your dreams by exploring the stunning landscape from high up, taking a bird’s-eye view from a tandem paraglider.