The Dolomites: THE landmark of South Tyrol! In June 2009, the World Cultural Organisation UNESCO declared the Dolomites a World Heritage Site. For many guests and locals, these "Pale Mountains", as they are so often called, are the most beautiful mountains in the world.

Hiking trails, via ferrata, fantastic ski slopes...the Dolomites offer all this and much more. Come with us on a journey through the dreamlike world of the Dolomites.

Nature paradise of the Dolomites

Rugged rocks, impressive rock formations and gentle mountain slopes. The 250 million year old Dolomites are so varied. The best known are probably the Three Peaks, but also the Catinaccio/Rosengarten, the Sciliar Massif and the Fanes-Sennes-Braies Nature Park make the Dolomites region a wonderful and unforgettable destination. The largest mountain plateau in Europe, the Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm, and the Val d'Ega/Eggental with the Carezza Lake are also part of this region.

The Dolomites belong to the Alps and are located in the provinces of South Tyrol, Trento and Belluno. The highest point is the Marmolada with its 3,343 metres of altitude.

Wide range of leisure activities

Especially many mountain and hiking fans come to the Dolomites every year. In summer, the mountain peaks are explored by hikers, climbers and expert bikers.

In winter the Dolomites region becomes a paradise for all winter sports enthusiasts: skiers and snowboarders, cross-country skiers, ski tourers and hikers enjoy the wonderful scenery offered by the Dolomites. Many events like the Biathlon World Cup in Anterselva/Antholz or the Ski World Cup in Val Gardena/Gröden are a special highlight that attracts many visitors every year.

Active or relaxing holiday in a wellness resort with a beautiful view of the Dolomites: the region has so much to offer and is just waiting to be discovered by you!

One more tip: don't miss the evening atmosphere in the midst of the Dolomites, when the Three Peaks, the Catinaccio/Rosengarten ad the Sciliar massif shine in breathtaking