Discover Dolomiti Superski
Uniquely enjoyable holiday in the Dolomites
Benvenuti nelle Dolomiti, welcome to the Dolomites, a very special area of the North Italian Alps. There are 18 peaks over 3,000 metres high waiting to be conquered on skis or on foot: Drei Zinnen, Sellaronda and the highest mountain, Marmolada. The mountains include 12 charming, pretty and unmissable ski resorts. Why not get to know and love the Dolomiti Superski region?
The Dolomites - unique in so many ways
Dolomiti Superski: 12 ski resorts for non-stop sporting fun
Dolomiti Superski’s 12 top ski resorts, covering a total of 1,200 kilometres of slopes, make it the world’s biggest ski area. And all this can be discovered with a single ski pass. Sounds unbelievable? You’re right. It’s unbelievably great! Wonderful descents, snowparks, night skiing - you have the ultimate in winter sports pleasure to look forward to. Just two of ten good reasons to choose a skiing holiday in the Dolomites. Springing up like mushrooms: summer holidaymakers! They explore the Dolomiti Supersummer region by bike or on foot. The 10 Dolomites high routes offer a variety of sports for the whole family. Things to do in summer include nature reserves, viewing points and guided tours and show that Dolomiti Superski is worth visiting at any time of year.
Dolomiti Superski away from the ski slopes
There’s a lot happening in Dolomiti Superski away from the ski slopes too! Some 2,000 events across the 12 ski resorts provide the perfect way to find out more about the region. Do you like to shop until you drop? You’re sure to feel right at home in the idyllic lanes, or smart shopping quarters’ numerous stores and boutiques.
Highly recommended: traditional wood carving, which is a speciality of Val Gardena. Or the special, home-distilled regional spirits for which the Dolomites are famous - and infamous!
Luxury holidays in Trentino-South Tirol and Veneto
Whether it’s for skiing, a gourmet culinary tour or wellness - your holiday in the Dolomiti Superski region is sure to be a sheer pleasure. Tantalise your tastebuds in one of 14 award-winning restaurants or 400 mountain huts. Five different cuisines come together to create thrilling taste sensations that delight gourmets.
Ready for something special? The Dolomites are a paradise for anyone who loves good food, whether it’s the region’s typical delicacies or a re-interpretation of old classics.
Dolomiti Superski: wellness from top to toe
Are you looking to relax totally? That’s something else you can do in South Tyrol. You’re guaranteed to enjoy relaxing at first-class spa hotels offering Alpine wellness treatments based on local products and recipes.
Have you heard about our famous, traditional hay baths? No? Then you must try one! It’s worth it, we promise! You can look forward to this and other wellness services during your holiday in Dolomiti Superski.
Hint: You can combine wellness treatments with a customised exercise programme. You’ll see that it has never been easier to benefit body and soul at the same time!
Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site
Steep crags, gentle mountain pastures, winding valleys - the Dolomiti Superski region scenery is also truly delightful! And an award-winning delight at that, as the Dolomites were made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009. In Trentino-South Tyrol and Veneto there’s a real gem of global importance that is an absolute must-see waiting to welcome you!
By the way, did you know that the Dolomites were formerly known as the “monti pallidi”, or “pale mountains”, a reference to the white limestone?