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Vacation in the Dolomites

Experience authentic farm holidays in the Dolomites

The 'pale mountains' are always in season. In summer they are visited by walkers and serious mountaineers alike. They rise up steeply above the awed onlooker, curious and majestic. They are made up of peaks of chalky dolomite stone and volcanic rock, interspersed with high plateaus, extensive pine woodland and green meadows. The Schlern, the Rosengarten and the Langkofel are real landmarks for the Dolomite mountains, often glowing red in the setting sun.

You can try out the ski slopes around the area, offering the best views. Dolomiti Superski is the name of the skiing organisation offering modern connections: on the Seiser Alm and on Kronplatz, as well as in the Gröden and Gader valleys. South Tyrol’s third linguistic group lives in these valleys: the Ladin people. They have kept up their Rhaeto-Romanic roots to this day, along with their notable energy and efficiency.

Dolomiten holiday tips

Amazing Dolomite Mountains
the Ladin Museum in St. Martin in Thurn, Folk Museum of Bruneck/Dietenheim, the Bruneck Old Town, the Naturparkhaus St. Vigil in Enneberg, the Silvester Chapel (Langental/Wolkenstein), the Spherical Equatorial Sundial (Monte Pana/St.Christina), Rudolf-Stolz-Museum in Sexten, the parish church and Stiftsmuseum in Innichen, the Naturparkhaus museum in Toblach, the Transport Museum Haus Wassermann in Niederdorf, Karersee at Welschnofen, Maria Weissenstein, Schloss Prösels, Farmers‘ Museum Tschötscherhof, Burg Taufers, Mining Museum in Kornkasten (Steinhaus), Mines (Prettau), Mineral Museum (St. Johann)
Recommended walks
Sella mountain group, Grödner Joch, Col di Lana, Mühltal, Fanes-Sennes-Prags Natural Park, Puez-Geisler nature reserve, earth pyramids in Platten (Percha), Kronplatz, Antholz lake, The Drei Zinnen, the Pragser Wild lake, the Fischlein valley, the Plätzwiese, the cycling tour from Innichen to Lienz (return by train), earth pyramids (Steinegg), Völser Lake, Langkofel, Seiser Alm, Puez, Stevia, Rain waterfalls, Neves dam, Ritter path in Sand in Taufers, Schwarzenstein, Rieserferner-Ahrn nature reserve
Skiing areas
Alta Badia, Gröden-Seiser Alm, Kronplatz, Ski Area Karersee, Obereggen/Ski Center Latemar, Dolomites of Sesto, Speikboden, Klausberg

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Dolomites at a glance

Farm Holidays in Hochpustertal

Farm holidays in Hochpustertal

You don't have to choose between culture and action on a Farm Holiday in Hochpustertal valley. You'd be hard pressed to find the variety that Hochpustertal valley has to offer anywhere else.
Farm Holidays in Kronplatz

Farm holidays in Kronplatz

Action, relaxation and genuine 'Puschtra' hospitality are guaranteed on a Farm Holiday around Kronplatz.
Farm Holidays in Tauferer Ahrntal

Farm holidays in Tauferer Ahrntal

You can feel at home in a side valley of the Pustertal on a Farm Holiday in Tauferer Ahrntal...
Farm Holidays in Alta Badia

Farm holidays in Alta Badia

On a Farm Holiday in Alta Badia, you'll experience customs and the Ladin way of life. The famous Sellaronda ski circuit awaits skiers and mountain bikers.
Farm Holidays in Grödnertal

Farm holidays in Grödnertal

Farm Holidays in Gröden are dominated by the peaks of the Dolomites, the Ladin language and traditional culinary specialities.
Farm Holidays in Seiser Alm - Schlerngebiet

Farm holidays in Seiser Alm - Schlerngebiet

On a Farm Holiday in the Seiser Alm and Schlern area, one thing takes centre stage – nature.
Farm Holidays in Rosengarten - Latemar

Farm holidays in Rosengarten - Latemar

On a Farm Holiday in the Rosengarten-Latemar area, you’ll be having breakfast beneath the Dolomites and admiring emerald-green Karersee lake.
Farm holidays in Villnöss

Farm Holidays in Villnöss

A Farm Holiday in the valley of the pale mountains. Villnöß once lived entirely off farming. Nowadays, the valley also attracts an environmentally-friendly form of tourism.