I am not a snow or ski lover, you can tell by looking at our portfolio, I like the sun and the seas. But you can’t deny the spectacular paradise of the Dolmites. South Tyrol, the tradition is warm hospitality, delicious rich Alpine food, fresh & organically grown. It has the perfect ski runs, relaxation and winter sport for all tastes. South Tyrol is magic!
Trentino has striking and unique scenic beauty, surrounded by the Dolomites, the most impressive mountains of the world.
Veneto the Dolomites, the most charming Pale Mountains for their enchanting shapes and colour: changing at down, rose at sunset, a unique feature in the world.
The Belluno mountains offer their immense wealth: a pristine, incomparable, and easily accessible nature.
Natural Park of the Ampezzo Dolimites
The Park was created with the consent of the General Assembly of the Regolieri (family heads). The Veneto Region has entrusted the management to the Community of the Ampezzo Regole “in consideration of the specificity of the ancient forms of environmental management, which have preserved and protected the Ampezzo natural heritage for centuries”. The creation of the Park has greatly enhanced cultural and scientific activities as well as promoted Ampezzo lands and culture. The protected area takes the shape of a wedge, with two lateral branches, and borders with the Upper Adige Park of Fanes, Senes, and Braies to the North.
The Fanes-Senes-Braies/Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Reserve comprises an area of approximately 25,453 hectar or over 62,000 AcresThe Val di Landro/HÃ¶hlensteintal Valley forms its eastern limit, while towards the west it extends to San Vigilio di Marebbe/St. Vigil in Enneberg, and to the south as far as San Cassiano/St. Kassian, where it follows South Tyrol’s southern border with the province of Belluno. Clusters of old log-built farmsteads adorn the mountainsides called Viles and are a typical feature of the Ladin-speaking valleys. These tiny communities were once self-sustaining, with outbuildings, baking ovens shared communally. The language of these people is called Ladin (no relation to the Judeo-Spanish language called Ladino) It developed from a mixture of the old Rhaetian and Celtic languages strongly influenced by vulgar Latin and has survived in the seclusion of the Dolomite valleys.
Paneveggio – Pale Di San Martino Park (Trentino)
The Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino Nature Park is a world of waterways, rocks and forests extending over 190 square kilometres.
The dolomite peaks of the Pale di San Martino, the Val Canali, its woods and the pure white snow cover create unique and unrepeatable panoramas: living the winter inside a unique nature reserve, a guarantee of uncontaminated nature, is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The two visitors’ centres allow visitors to acquire a deeper knowledge of the most significant naturalistic and ethnographic aspects of this area, extending at the foot of a true World Heritage site.
If you want to leave your everyday stress behind, be sure to take an evocative troika ride: a break with hot mulled wine will pamper your soul and restore serenity in a warm moment of relaxation.
The nearby Passo Cereda, close to the Paneveggio Pale di San Martino Nature Park, proposes an educational camp for young children and the Cereda Natural Park, where the entire family can spend a fun day in contact with snow and nature. The magic of the Dolomites can also be experienced in this way: letting yourself be enveloped in the silence of the snow to find peace and harmony, thanks to the simplicity of mountain life.
Knowing nature also means respecting it: that’s why the Val Canali and Passo Cereda facilities offer holiday proposals focalised on themes such as the respect for the environment, energy saving and sustainable mobility, with the possibility of taking advantage of a free shuttle bus service from the nearby towns of the Primiero area to participate in the activities.