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UNESCO World Heritage Site - Dolomites

Simply the most beautiful mountains in the world

Le Corbusier, the famous French architect, defined the Dolomites as "the most beautiful architectural work of the natural world". Maybe this was for its geomorphological variety, for its characteristic lunar pale or for the multitude of colour and light explosions that the Dolomites offer us during the daytime: the red flame of dawn, the pale purple blue of the afternoon and to conclude the exceptional fiery glow of "Alpenglow" in the minutes before sunset - what a sight to behold!

It took 230 million years to make the majestic Dolomites raise up from the primordial sea, up to 3.000 m above sea level, and to recognize them in 2009 as a World Natural Heritage of UNESCO.

During all four seasons, the colours, the charm and the variety of these magnificent mountains make the surrounding valleys the ideal place for lovers of sports, nature, and for all those who are looking for a place to regenerate, relax and have fun!

Natural park Fanes-Sennes-Braies

Natural park Puez-Odle

Often defined as "the geological construction site of the Dolomites", the park of Puez-Odle covers an area of 10.722 hectares on the western side of Val Badia. The park showcases all geological stages of the Dolomites, thus presenting an extraordinary variety of shapes and landscapes; from the uniform plateau of Puez, to the bold forms of the Cir, of the Odle, Sassongher and Putia. The territory is crossed by the Alta Via of Dolomites n.2.

Natural park Puez-Odle

Natural park Fanes-Sennes-Braies

Crossed by the legendary Alta Via n. 1, the natural park of Fanes-Senes-Braies extends on the eastern side of Val Badia. The park looks like an explosion of colours, with lakes and streams; special rock formations, caves and an extraordinary variety of species that together enabled the birth of the legend about the "Kingdom of Fanes". Sass dla Crusc, Conturines and Lavarella are just some of the peaks to conquer.