The majestic peaks of the Dolomites are the crown of Queen Cortina, at the heart of a wide, bright valley. The stylish resort boasts a centuries-long tradition of hospitality and sport.
Italy held its first Olympic games here in 1956; the games return to Cortina and Milan in 2026. Top ski events, 120 km of slopes, delicious cuisine, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site setting fit for Hollywood – celebrity or not, it’s sure to take your breath away.
Auronzo di Cadore
The only holiday resort at an altitude of 900 metres, with a panorama view of the famous Three Peaks, or Tre Cime di Lavaredo as they are called in Italian, from the town piazza. This romantic spot between the Dolomites and the Auronzo Lake is bursting with a variety of options when it comes to winter sports.
Ski fans young and old will love Monte Agudo which also features numerous paths through snowy forests, ideal for snowshoeing and sledging. And what’s better than heading back to your hotel after an active day out than treating yourself to your accommodation’s wellness treatments?
San Vito di Cadore
This picture-perfect resort is just 11 km from Cortina. At an altitude of 1,000 metres, it lies at the foot of the Antelao, the Pelmo and the Sorapiss group. Winter sports enthusiasts love these majestic landscapes, home to the Ski Area San Vito and the Parco Neve Sole with slopes for everyone.
This is the highest-altitude holiday resort in Auronzo, at a height of over 1,700 metres right at the foot of the Three Peaks – the air here contributes to an amazing microclimate. Being higher up creates a pure skiing experience on the Col di Varda’s ski slopes and their fresh powder snow. On the high Alp of Monte Piana, to the north of Misurina, there is an open-air museum displaying objects from the First World War battles that took place in the area.