Seven small villages on a human scale, connected with each other on foot or by public transportation. Besides the sporty side, each Val di Fassa’s resort cherishes natural treasures, works of art, museums, legends and events not to be missed...

Discover Val di Fassa’s resorts

Tradition and modernity in the heart of the Dolomites


Canazei is the most renowned of Val di Fassa’s resorts, also thanks to its strategic position next to Pordoi, Sella and Fedaia passes. During the summer, Canazei is a paradise for sports enthusiasts: walks in the countryside, between blooming meadows and ancient forests, trekking at altitude from hut to hut, climbs on the summits that have made the history of international mountaineering, tandem paragliding flights and loads of tours for "green" two-wheelers, on and off-road.

Campitello di Fassa

Campitello di Fassa is overlooked by the massive pinnacles of Sassolungo and by Col Rodella, whose summit is directly reachable from the village by cable car. From here, you can undertake exciting hikes towards Sella Pass, Val Gardena and Alpe di Tires. Some gems not to be missed? The old town with its ancient houses characterized by outside wooden verandas and stairs, the ascent to the gorgeous Val Duron, passing through the hamlet of "Pian", free climbing, tarzaning and golfing at "Ischia" Centre.

Mazzin di Fassa

Mazzin is the smallest municipality in Val di Fassa, also known as the village of "pitores", the artisans that in the old days seasonally emigrated to seek their fortune. It’s the starting point for several walks and hikes that sneak into the folds of the Rosengarten, the wild Val Udai and Val de Grepa, the green Val de Dona ‘till the Lake of Antermoia, one of the most charming body of waters in the Dolomites.

Pozza di Fassa

Pozza and Pera are located in the point of greatest width of the valley. The trump cards of these resorts? Variety! We’re talking about thermal baths, museums, holiday farms to taste authentic delicacies at, playgrounds for kids, stunning side valleys reachable on foot or by mountain bike - such as San Nicolò, Monzoni, Gardeccia and Vajolet. Val San Nicolò, in particular, is a popular destination for its pastures as far as the eye can see, its rare blooming, the wooden cabins, the waterfalls: a real fairy tale!

Vigo di Fassa

Vigo is located on a wide terrace, in a commanding position over Val di Fassa, watched over by the church of Santa Giuliana. Directly from the village, you can reach by cable car the area called Ciampedìe, at 1,998 m, a panoramic balcony of rare beauty, which offers a 360-degree view on the Dolomites. The resort is ideal for families as well, thanks to a beautiful and sunny kinder park, and inexperienced walkers can easily venture to the basin of Gardeccia.

Soraga di Fassa

Soraga is one of the most ancient settlements in Val di Fassa. The village, renowned for its sculptors and woodcarvers, is located at the foot of Vallaccia’s and Monzoni’s mountains and is overlooked by the Rosengarten Group with its Roda di Vael. The centre, with its seven farmsteads, offers picturesque corners to be discovered, a wonderful play area for children, a green fluvial park to relax at and direct access to the Dolomites’ cycling path. Within its borders, Soraga also boasts an environmental gem: Fuciade basin, reachable from San Pellegrino Pass.


Moena is the gateway to Val di Fassa and is also known as the "Fairy of the Dolomites", a name that addresses its charm and fascination associated to ancient legends. The village stands out for its classy pedestrian area, shops, bars and restaurants. The fields and woods surrounding it represent an irresistible appeal for those who love to walk in the green, face hikes on the nearby summits of Lusia and San Pellegrino or, again, riveting itineraries by mountain bike.