Right at the foot of the legendary Rosengarten, and at an altitude of 1,182 metres, this village is the epitome of hospitality, and offers one of the most stunning views in the Dolomites. After a challenging day hiking or cycling around Welschnofen, you can expect a unique evening entertainment: when the sun sets, the famous white summits of the Rosengarten massif turn a glowing red. This is known as enrosadira and is a Carezza Dolomiti Supersummer experience you’ll never forget.
Tiers am Rosengarten
Alpine meadows and fairy-tale woods against the backdrop of the Rosengarten, the perfect setting for your Dolomites summer holiday! At an altitude of 1,000 metres and home to just 1,000 people, Tiers am Rosengarten is a remote, quiet place perfect for some rest and relaxation. Lots of local excursions are available from the village to the Schlern, Rosengarten or Latemar mountains.
The small village of Carezza, which shares its name with the lake, is at an altitude of 1,650 metres and lies at the bottom of the Latemar. The village, which belongs to the municipality of Welschnofen, is famous for its namesake Lake Carezza, known as the fairy-tale lake of the Dolomites. When the weather is good the Latemar massif is reflected in the lake’s emerald waters. When the water level is low and with a bit of luck, you will also see Ondina, the legendary mermaid of Lake Carezza. Even if she doesn’t make an appearance, you will find everything you need for a fairy-tale mountain summer in the Dolomites in the fabulously beautiful area around Carezza.