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The best holiday sites in Val di Fiemme

Castello di Fiemme

The Roman houses from the 16th century are particularly beautiful and bursting with history.  The village takes its name from the old castle that once stood on a hill in the village, but was looted and burned down by the locals in the 12th century.  Since the 19th century, the picturesque parish church of San Giorgio has stood in its place. From Castello di Fiemme, cross-country skiers do not have far to go to get to the nearest trails.



Cavalese is the beating heart of Val di Fiemme. In the town centre you’ll find a disco, bars, pubs, restaurants, an indoor swimming pool, an ice rink, sports facilities and much more. Art lovers associate the name Cavalese with artisanship, while culture lovers appreciate the rich programme of events in the Magnifica Comunità di Fiemme, as the valley is known locally.  The Village Hall houses a 19th-century painting exhibition and a theatre hall that hosts numerous performances. 


The Rio Bianco flows through the middle of this pretty village. The wooden bridge is the best place from which to admire it. The cross-country skiing centre Centro di Fondo di Lago di Tesero is less than three kilometres away, and skiers can enjoy themselves in the Alpe Cermis ski resort. Not to be missed, even in winter, is the hike from nearby Paion del Cermis to the beautiful Bombasèl lakes, a collection ranging from small pools to larger bodies of water.


The “Geological Garden of the Alps” is perfect for anyone interested in natural sciences, with the Geological Museum of the Dolomites in the centre of the village. If you want to know how the Dolomites were formed, or if the weather doesn't suit skiing, this museum is a great destination. The Marcialonga runs through Predazzo and its ski jump was the venue for three Nordic World Championships in 1991, 2003 and 2013.



The champions of the Nordic World Ski Championships have been decided in this village several times. But it’s for its handicrafts, furniture factories and the manufacture of soundboxes for pianos and violins that the town is best known. If you are looking for a special Advent or Christmas gift for your loved ones at home, Tesero is the place to go. Wooden nativity scenes carved locally are a popular souvenir.


Daiano is the smallest village in Val di Fiemme – and the one with the most sunny days. The Alpe Cermis and the Pampeago lifts are very easy to reach from here. Daiano is in the immediate vicinity of the Lavazè Pass, through whose beautiful woods well-maintained cross-country ski trails wind. The Lavazè plateau is also nearby: from here you can enjoy enchanting sunsets with a view of the Rosengarten/Catinaccio group. 

Ziano di Fiemme

Ziano di Fiemme is situated on the Avisio river and directly opposite the majestic Lagorai range. The ski lifts of the Latemar and the Cermis, but also a cross-country ski trail, are also nearby. Ziano is particularly good for young families: the Belvedere snowpark and many offers for children in the nearby ski area provide entertainment and fun, so that the holiday really is a time-out for all family members.

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