Holidays in the Dolomites, the most famous mountains in South Tyrol
Invigorating exercise, blissful relaxation, fantastic views
Holidays in the Dolomites take you right to the heart of the probably most famous mountains in South Tyrol. Here, the sky is the limit: hiking, climbing, ski touring... enjoying! The South Tyrolean Dolomites border Val Pusteria/Pustertal in the North, Sesto/Sexten and Passo Monte Croce/Kreuzbergpass in the East, Salorno/Salurn and Passo Monte Croce/Kreuzbergpass in the South and Val d’Adige/Etschtal and Valle Isarco/Eisacktal in the West. Make sure to visit some of the most famous mountains during your holidays in the Dolomites: the Three Peaks (Tre Cime/Drei Zinnen), the Sella group, Catinaccio/Rosengarten, Sciliar/Schlern and Sassolungo/Langkofel. And visit some of the five nature parks in the Dolomites, extending over South Tyrol, Trentino and Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Holidays in the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage
Unparalleled beauty, unforgettable views
If you spend your holidays in the Dolomites, you will find yourself in places of breathtaking beauty. Ever since June 2009, the Dolomites are a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to their extraordinary beauty, geological importance and unique flora and fauna – yet another reason to spend your holidays in the Dolomites of South Tyrol. At Belvita, you enjoy holidays at some of the best spa hotels in the Dolomites, offering premium alpine wellness in the heart of a spectacular mountain world.
Active holidays in the Dolomites
Unforgettably beautiful in every season
Holidays in the Dolomites are fantastic, especially in summer, the ideal season to conquer the fascinating mountain peaks on leisurely hikes, climbing or biking tours. The scenic Dolomites in Alta Pusteria/Hochpustertal, Val Gardena/Gröden or Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm are great for a whole range of activities. In winter, the Dolomites transform into a veritable skiers paradise, downhill and cross-country, and make for the ideal playground for snowshoeing and ski touring fans. The optimal snow conditions offer the best prerequisites for ski holidays in the Dolomites. Various events like the ski world cup in Val Gardena/Gröden or the biathlon world cup in Anterselva/Antholz attract numerous guests from all over the world to the Dolomites.
The Three Peaks – Tre Cime/Drei Zinnen – trademark of the Dolomites
Unique in South Tyrol and all over the world
When on holidays in the Dolomites make sure to visit the trademark of these world-famous mountains: the Three Peaks, Tre Cime or Drei Zinnen. The Three Peaks are located in the Sesto Dolomites and are literally three peaks: the Great Peak (Cima Grande/Große Zinne) with 2,999 m, the Western Peak (Cima Ovest/Westliche Zinne) with 2,973 m and the Little Peak (Cima Est/Östliche Zinne) with 2,857 m altitude.
Catinaccio/Rosengarten and the alpine glow
Fascinating play of colours
If you are planning your holidays in the Dolomites, make sure to visit the renowned mountain Catinaccio/Rosengarten, located mainly on the territory of the nature park Sciliar-Catinaccio/Schlern-Rosengarten. This mountain massif extends over approximately eight kilometres from Sciliar/Schlern in the North to Passo di Costalunga/Karerpass in the South. During your holidays in the Dolomites, you find a great variety of via ferratas, such as the Laurenzi track or the Catinaccio d’Antermoia/Kesselkogel track. The alpine glow, the so-called enrosadira, is a particularly beautiful phenomenon: when the rising or setting sun hits the mountains of Catinaccio/Rosengarten, it creates a fantastic play of colours, in the shades of red and pink, as if the mountains were in flames! Do not miss this unique nature spectacle during your holidays in the Dolomites!