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The Dolomites - the most beautiful place to spend your holidays

The Dolomites: a unique jewel in the landscape. An abundance of natural treasures, UNESCO World Heritage site and magnificent views. Not forgetting cultural sights such as castles, museums and churches. Customs and traditions also have a special role in the Dolomites holiday region. Discover special excursion destinations for the whole family and wonderful hiking tours for all ages. Visitors to the holiday region also enjoy winter. When the temperatures drop and the landscape shines bright white. Then the time has come for ski tourers, cross-country skiers, skiers, snowboarders and sledders.

Discover everything worth knowing about the Dolomites holiday regions! Where the Dolomites are located, how best to reach them, where best to holiday according to your personal preferences. You can find out from the Dolomites Italy map and from the short descriptions of individual holiday regions. 

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Holiday Region Three Peaks in the Dolomites

Holiday Region Three Peaks

Located in the eastern part of the Dolomites, the Dolomites Three Peaks Holiday Region is best known for its enchanting mountain landscape, which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2009. The fact that the region contains the most beautiful and well-known mountains of the Dolomites, the Three Peaks, and the famous Braies lake in the Alta Pusteria/Hochpustertal valley, makes not only the locals proud, but makes the area is one of the most popular summer and winter holiday destinations.
Holiday Region Three Peaks
Val Pusteria / Pustertal

Val Pusteria / Pustertal

Nature lovers, hikers, skiers, gourmets - will all get their money's worth here in the Val Pusteria/Pustertal valley. And culture lovers, should ensure that they do not miss a visit to the collegiate church in San Candido. A visit to the Tuscan castle, which towers majestically above Sand in Taufers, the famous Braies Lake, or the Messner Mountain museums, are all special attractions in the valley, which you simply have to see and experience.
Val Pusteria / Pustertal
Plan de Corones / Kronplatz

Plan de Corones / Kronplatz

Whether you decide to go skiing in winter or hiking in the popular Plan de Corones / Kronplatz holiday region in summer, away from ski area no. 1, there is the Plan de Corones / Kronplatz, and away from the multitude of hiking trails there is also much to discover. Take a look at the holiday region here. Maybe you will find an idea or two for a carefree holiday in the Dolomites Pustertal Valley.
Plan de Corones / Kronplatz
Alta Badia

Alta Badia

Who doesn't know, the Alta Badia holiday region, which has made its name primarily as a winter sports region. It's no wonder that every year the World Cup men's giant slalom run takes place on the famous Gran Risa. The holiday region has much to offer: above all, of course, the winter classic per se, the Sella Ronda. But even off the slopes, there is much to discover, such as the Holy Cross pilgrimage church, for example, or in summer, the great hiking, climbing and biking paradise in Alta Badia.
Alta Badia
Valle Isarco / Eisacktal

Valle Isarco / Eisacktal

The Valle Isarco / Eisack valley holiday region offers visitors endless natural beauty and a rich culture. There is simply everything there that holidaymakers desire: In winter there is fun entertainment on downhill slopes, trails or sledging runs to experience; In summer, there are numerous opportunities for hiking through alpine landscapes, romantic vineyards or shaded chestnut groves, as well as opportunities for paragliding, rafting or horseback riding.
Valle Isarco / Eisacktal
Val Gardena / Gröden

Val Gardena / Gröden

The popular Val Gardena / Gröden holiday region is inviting in both summer and winter with its special characteristics and charm. Whether you are taking part in summer or winter sports, or are interested in culture, the Ladin language or arts and crafts - the three Val Gardena villages have an enormous range of leisure activities on offer for their guests.
Val Gardena / Gröden
Alpe di Siusi / Seiseralm

Alpe di Siusi / Seiseralm

It is not only Alpe di Siusi / Seiser Alm, Europe's highest alpine pasture, or the Sciliar / Schlern, that make the Alpe di Siusi holiday region / Seiseralm so famous. Summer and winter, spring and autumn, the holiday region impresses with cultural highlights and a varied leisure programme for all ages. Let yourself be tempted by this holiday region, which guarantees you will have a wonderful and equally interesting time here.
Alpe di Siuisi / Seiseralm
Val d'Ega / Eggental

Val d'Ega / Eggental

In the realm of King Laurin, in addition to the well-known and picturesque Lake Carezza, there are also many other natural and cultural treasures that are worth visiting during your holiday in the Val d'Ega / Eggental valley holiday region. All embedded in a beautiful natural landscape, which is a the special highlight of this holiday region.
Val d'Ega / Eggental
Belluno

Belluno

The Belluno holiday region - the southern gateway to the Dolomites. The region has a lot to offer, especially for sports enthusiasts. A skiing paradise in winter and a hiking paradise in summer awaits you. Perfect for those wanting to spend a relaxing holiday in the Dolomites.
Belluno
Trentino

Trentino

Trentino, a holiday region that stretches from the Dolomites down to the famous Lake Garda. A region where, down in the valley, the first buds are already blooming, whilst further up, insatiable skiers are carving magnificent curves in the snow. A true paradise, both summer and winter, the Dolomites are right on your doorstep.
Trentino