Five culinary traditions - one unique food culture
Dolomiti Superski extends from Veneto to the region of Trentino South Tyrol and you can tell by the food! Five different culinary traditions blend into an incomparable food culture. Gourmets from all over the world enthuse about the exceptional, surprising Ladin and Tyrolean dishes, the cuisine of Venetia and Trentino, and the Mediterranean specialities.
What can you expect on a gourmet holiday in the Dolomites?
Traditional, homely recipes, prepared with exceptional flair - by the skilled hands of multi-award-winning chefs, or mothers and grandmothers who want to preserve centuries-old traditions.
Gourmet slalom in Trentino-South Tyrol and Belluno
Fried Ladine “turtre” vegetable pastries, “casunziei” vegetable ravioli from Ampezzo, Mazzano wine from Trentino, South Tyrolean Schlutzkrapfen ravioli, wild herbs, Tosela cheese, grappa, mulled wine, cappuccino, bombardino eggnog... just reading the names makes your mouth water! One culinary highlight is rapidly followed by another on a gourmet journey through the Dolomiti Superski region. And when you’re not eating? Moments of culinary bliss are interspersed with the sporting pleasures of 1,200 kilometres of pistes. Coast on down to the Dolomiti Superski ski region.
From the highest peak to the 16 ski resorts
Five-course menus or hearty dishes served in mountain inns. Modern reinterpretation or true classic. A rustic, one-roomed inn high up a mountain, or a smart restaurant in the valley. A gourmet holiday in the Dolomites promises a kaleidoscope of flavours on the plate, and much more. Experience the inimitable UNESCO World Heritage Site on a plate.
Have we whetted your appetite? You have the culinary delights of the Dolomites to look forward to, as well as the skiing, wellness and shopping in Dolomiti Superski that are the ultimate enjoyable experience! Why not take a look at our Community Shots - little titbits to make you hungry for more!