Meadows and forests, mountains and alpine pastures, idyllic villages and untouched nature are characteristic for the Dolomites. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009, the Dolomites, South Tyrol's landmark, impress locals and guests from all over the world with their pale, white and rugged rock formations. The Dolomites offer an unforgettable experience all year round. Hiking trails on the most beautiful high alpine pastures of South Tyrol, fantastic ski slopes, breathtaking climbing tours and a wide choice of cycling paths... the beautiful Dolomites offer all this and much more. A real highlight for sports enthusiasts and South Tyrol lovers!

Holidays in the Dolomites 

The Dolomites include the tourist regions of the Three Peaks, Plan de Corones/Kronplatz, Alta Badia, Val Gardena/Gröden, Val d'Ega/Eggental and Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm. The best way to explore the natural and scenic beauty of the Dolomites is to spend a holiday in this area. Here you will find many exciting cross-country and downhill ski runs, hiking and biking trails, via ferratas, lakes and promenades. There is something for everyone!

The largest high alp of Europe

The Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm lies at the foot of the Sciliar/Schlern massif and offers magnificent views of the Dolomite peaks. In winter you can explore the Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm, one of the most beautiful and sunniest ski areas in South Tyrol, on skis and snowboard. In summer, there are numerous hiking trails and mountain bike paths to choose from on the high plateau.

The Three Peaks – a natural wonder

The Three Peaks in Alta Pusteria are the landmark of the Dolomites. They offer a picturesque natural spectacle and a breathtaking backdrop. At sunrise and sunset, the Three Peaks present themselves in a fairytale play of colours, attracting countless visitors from all over the world

A holiday in the heart of the legendary Dolomites with beautiful panoramic views is perfect to combine a wonderful landscape with outdoor adventures and tasteful moments.

Accommodations in the Dolomites

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