The Dolomites, the most beautiful places with a homely atmosphere

Whether in summer or winter, the Dolomites always remain the favorite destination for amazing mountain holidays. Chosen as a UNESCO Heritage site, these fantastic mountains boast unique and incredible scenery as well as a level of hospitality that will always be of an optimal standard, without then forgetting the exceptional landscape offered by the Dolomites’ events.
So there are attractions that adapt to every type of holiday, from sporty holidays to those dedicated to total relaxation. Therefore, thanks to Dolomites holidays, it’s as much for the adventurer as it is for the lazy, and you’ll always find yourself at complete ease.
Worldly destinations like Cortina d’Ampezzo or even Dolomite wellbeing centers? Here, every holidaymaker finds a solution for their every need.
For example, four of the most beautiful wide Dolomites valleys converge in the Sella Group: the Arabba Valley, the Fassa Valley, the Alta Badia, and the Val Gardena. These are the Ladin Dolomites valleys, places characterized by history and pure nature. If you don’t spend at least a few days in this area, you can’t claim to know the Dolomites.
Here the number four is almost magic, and there are in fact four valleys and four passes. Note, these 4 Dolomites passes are amongst the most famous for their beauty and the quality of scenery they offer, as well as their epic cycling challenges.
The Campolongo Pass, the Sella Pass, the Pordoi Pass, and the Gardena Pass: you only need to pronounce their names for a deserved reverence to spring forth, a more than necessary respect.
Whether you take the Dolomites’ 4 passes on bike, by foot, or even wearing skis, there’s always something that you can’t afford to miss when you’re on holiday in the Dolomites.
For every occasion, the 3 and 4 star Dolomites hotels, Dolomites camping, Dolomites B&Bs, and Dolomites apartments offer a marvellous, relaxing break and real comfort in one of the most beautiful places in the whole world.
Overflowing nature, locations like Moena, Ortisei (in German: St. Ulrich, in Ladino: Urtijëi), Canazei, Arabba, La Villa, Corvara, Colfosco (Calfosch in Ladino, Kolfuschg in German), Selva Gardena, San Cassiano, buildings of rare beauty, excursions on mountain bikes or by foot, pathways designed for mountaineering but also for sport, worldliness and non-stop shopping. This is what you can get out of a stay in the Dolomites accommodations.