The Dolomites sit at the intersection between Alpine and Mediterranean, between Germanic and Latin culture, between “joie de vivre” and “northern efficiency”. In the winter the municipality of Castelrotto becomes a family-friendly ski haven, with an excellent trail network that delights cross-country skiers. In summer, it is awash with hikers, mountain bikers, trail runners, and climbers. A visit to The Sciliar-Catinaccio/Schlern-Rosengarten Nature Park is a must and showcases the Schlern peak, an iconic Dolomites landmark. The Alpe di Siusi, Europe’s largest high Alpine pasture, boasts magnificent flowers. Be sure to hike around the Catinaccio d’Atermoia, a lesser-known trail that will leave you in awe of the Dolomite’s natural splendor.
INN - Innsbruck International Airport
Nearest train station
Spa & Recreation
2 indoor pools, outdoor whirlpool, sauna, treatments, gym
Food & Drink
Characterized by a cozy atmosphere and Alpine-Mediterranean cuisine, the restaurant collaborates with local producers
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This rich province nestled in the Dolomites is a trip for the senses: being suspended among the clouds; the rustle of towering forests; the scent of hearty yet inventive cuisine; and the joy of the locals who know they have it good.