Discover the villages in the dolomites region Seiser Alm
Picturesque villages in the heart of the Dolomites
Holidays at the foot of the Sciliar, Sassolungo, Sassopiatto and Catinaccio mountain
Kastelruth is the largest holiday resort in the Dolomite region of Seiser Alm and delights visitors with its painted houses in the historic centre, which is one of the “Borghi più belli d'Italia”, (the most beautiful places in Italy) and which attracts visitors to Kastelruth for shopping and strolling around. A lively and traditional village with a lot of charm and gastronomic diversity.
Seis am Schlern
Seis am Schlern is situated at the foot of the Schlern mountain and the Seiser Alm and is the gateway to the Dolomites. A holiday in Seis am Schlern is a natural experience between magic and history. In front of the imposing Dolomite backdrop, the town invites you to stroll and relax in fabulous nature. Leisurely walks as well as varied hikes and cycle paths attract active people and connoisseurs to the diverse natural landscape. Thanks to the Seiser Alm cable car, with the valley station in Seis am Schlern, you can reach the largest high Alpine pasture in Europe quickly and comfortably.
Völs am Schlern
The contemplative and romantic Völs am Schlern, with its vineyards at 315m and Alpine meadows at 2,564m above sea level, offers colourful and varied vegetation and is characterised by its mild climate. Close to Bozen/Bolzano, Völs am Schlern has evolved from traditional village with a fresh summer climate into a health resort in a breathtakingly beautiful location. For over 100 years, guests on holiday in Völs am Schlern have enjoyed natural wellness in the form of the traditional Völser hay bath.
A holiday in Völs am Schlern also comes up trumps for its culinary and musical excellence.
Tiers am Rosengarten
The village of Tires al Catinaccio in the Sciliar-Catinaccio Nature Park offers plenty of opportunities to get to know King Laurin and his fascinating mountain world. One particularly popular destination for snowshoe walks in the Dolomites is the Tiers am Rosengarten area: Whether you opt for a tour in the rustic Tschamin Valley, a leisurely tour, or a demanding Alpine excursion, the area provides something to suit every taste.
An unforgettable experience is the interplay of colours in the evening on the Rosengarten, which stands out against the evening sky. We highly recommend watching the Alpenglow, as this interplay of colours is called, at the Wuhnleger, a pond in which the Rosengarten is reflected.