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Dolomiti – UNESCO – Natural World Heritage
The mountainous holiday region for your bed & breakfast and apartment holiday in South TyrolThe South Tyrolean holiday region in the legendary Dolomites, world-famous for its unique and beautiful landscape, forms the backdrop for a spectacular walking and skiing holiday in South Tyrol. Since 2009 the Dolomites belong to the World Heritage of UNESCO and are one of the 890 specially protected natural and cultural monuments in the world. The Dolomites’ bizarre rock formations extend across 150 km lengthwise and 80 km widthwise. With its highest summit, the Marmolada mountain (3,334 m) and 17 other high mountains, all higher than 3,000 metres above sea level, the Dolomites offer breathtaking views and excellent activity holidays at every turn.
And in the midst of all this, you will find natural scenery unlike any other: the Seiser Alm, the largest high altitude pasture in Europe; the Rosengarten-Latemar region, with its famous rose garden that glows at sunrise and sunset, made famous by the King Laurin legend; the Kronplatz, not just famous for its exciting ski region but also for its 3 national parks Fanes-Sennes-Prags, Rieserferner-Ahrn and Puez-Geisler natural park; the Hochpuster valley, with its striking “Drei Zinnen” massif; the Grödner valley and Alta Badia, two holiday regions where they speak their own language to this day, the Ladin language.
Culture & traditionPrösels castle, Hexenbänke (witches benches) on the Seiser Alm, Schlern nature park, the annual Oswald von Wolkenstein ride, Latemar labyrinth, Gröden woodcarving, Museum de Gherdëina, Maria Weißenstein place of pilgrimage, the baroque castle Ehrenburg, Sonnenburg St. Lorenzen, Schmugglersteig in Gsies, Ladin regional museum, Bruneck town with Bruneck castle and the town museum, Dietenheim folk museum, the birthplace of St. Freinademez, the Conturines caves, Thurm castle, the mountain sun dial of Sexten, Lake Pragser Wildsee, Gustav Mahler’s house, the famous Drei Zinnen cheese dairy in Toblach, Innichen collegiate church, the “Dolomythos” museum, the Fischlein valley.
Summer activitiesHiking, mountaineering & Nordic walking in the hiking regions of Latemar rose garden, Seiser Alm and the Schlern region, Gröden, Nature.Fitness.Park Kronplatz Dolomiti, Alta Badia and Hochpuster valley with its “Drei Zinnen” and nature park Fanes-Sennes-Prags. Cycling and mountain biking through the Puster valley along the Rienz river and through the hiking regions. Climbing in the sparse Dolomite massif, in the climbing gardens of Prags, Sexten, St. Lorenzen, Toblach, Gröden and in the climbing halls of Toblach, Bruneck and St. Christina. Swimming in the adventure pools of Innichen and Reischach, the Toblach natural lake, in the lakes of Issinger und Völser and the many open air pools. Play golf at Petersberg gold club, lake Karer, Puster valley and Alta Badia. Riding in the Schlern region, in Gsies, Gröden, Alta Badia and Antholz.
Winter activitiesSkiing, snowboarding and tobogganing in the ski region Seiser Alm, Obereggen, Gröden, Lake Karer, Alta Badia, Kronplatz, Hochpuster valley– which combine to form the world-famous SkikarusellDolomiti Superski. Cross-country skiing in Deutschnofen, Antholz, in the Gsieser valley, along the Puster valley marathon run and in all winter ski regions of the Dolomites. Biathlon in the biathlon centre Antholz. Winter walking & snowshoe walking in the valley and on the mountains. Ski tours in Gröden, Alta Badia, Hochpuster valley, Gsieser valley, on the Seiser Alm and Kronplatz. Ice climbing in Alta Badia, St. Christina/Gröden and Kronplatz. Ice skating in the Schlern region, Eggen valley, Gröden, Antholz, Gais, Bruneck and Olang.
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