The Dolomites

UNESCO World Heritage
Natural Beauty

The site of the Dolomites comprises a mountain range in the northern Italian Alps, featuring some of the most attractive mountain landscapes in the world, with vertical walls, sheer cliffs and a high density of narrow, deep and long valleys. The extraordinary beauty of the Dolomite landscape and its geological and geomorphological significance have led to the pale mountains - as the Dolomites are also known - being included in the UNESCO World Heritage List and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 26th June 2009. The Dolomites, with their well-known peaks such as the Three Peaks, Rosengarten and Schlern, have therefore achieved the highest award in the world for a natural site.

Places of interest

With so many beautiful places in the Dolomites it can get really overwhelming just trying to figure out where to go and what to see. Our expert local guides have the most extensive knowledge of the region, so you can rely on our experience to find the best places to go. Just to mention a few: Tre Cime di Lavaredo, three iconic peaks, unmistakable symbol of the Dolomites; Cortina d'Ampezzo, the “Queen of the Dolomites”, surrounded by the best mountain scenery; Lake Misurina, one of the most beautiful lakes of the Dolomites; Lagazuoi, the most extensive open air museum of the First World War and Marmolada, the highest peak of the Dolomites, offers incredible 360° views on the entire region.

Things to do

The Dolomites are a true hiker’s paradise with rugged mountain peaks everywhere you look. The paths' network is one of the very best in the world.  Hiking is the queen of summer activities in the Dolomites. Modern cable cars ensure a good connection between the hiking areas. The region of the “pale mountains” is one of the most favourites by the bikers, too. The Dolomites offer stunning mountain bike trails with stunning views and a unique mountain experience. In the Dolomites the outdoors and gastronomy are intrinsically linked. The local traditional cuisine is rich of natural, simple and genuinely cooked products as handed down by the culinary tradition of the area.

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