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Vitalpina Hotel | St. Christina in Gröden
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Sporthotel | Pfalzen at Mt. Kronplatz
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Hotel Fameli
Family & spa resort | Olang at Mt. Kronplatz
from 155 €
MIRABELL DOLOMITES HOTEL
Luxury . Ayurveda & SPA | Olang at Mt. Kronplatz
from 142 €
LANERHOF Active/Spa/Balance
Spa-Hotel | St. Lorenzen at Mt. Kronplatz
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Wellness hotel | Terenten at Mt. Kronplatz
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Berghotel Sexten
Vitalpina Hotel | Sexten in the Dolomites
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WINKLER Sport & Spa Resort
Design hotel | St. Lorenzen at Mt. Kronplatz

Holidays in the Dolomites

The Dolomites are a true paradise, unrivalled in their uniqueness. The Three Peaks are among the most famous rocky peaks in the northern Italian Alps.

But they are by no means their only attraction. Mountaineers, hikers and winter sports enthusiasts are offered many other alpine challenges.

Selected accommodations in the Dolomites

Mirabell Dolomites Hotel . Luxury . Ayurveda & SPA - Olang at Mt. Kronplatz
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Mirabell Dolomites Hotel . Luxury . Ayurveda & SPA
Olang at Mt. Kronplatz
4.8 Excellent

Luxurious 5-star hotel in the Dolomites, with wellness world, golf school and gourmet cuisine, ideal for enjoyable and adventurous ski, hiking and bike holidays at Mt. Kronplatz.

from 155 € per day
Hotel Alpen Tesitin Panorama Wellness Resort - Welsberg-Taisten at Mt. Kronplatz
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Hotel Alpen Tesitin Panorama Wellness Resort
Welsberg-Taisten at Mt. Kronplatz
4.9 Excellent

South Tyrolean friendliness, modern feel-good ambience, magnificent view of the Dolomites, outdoor sun infinity pool with wow effect and 180° dream panorama.

from 199 € per day
Hotel Sonnalp - Obereggen in Eggental
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Hotel Sonnalp
Obereggen in Eggental
4.9 Excellent

Award-winning cuisine (3 toques by Gault Millau), with modern rooms & suites, indoor pool and heated outdoor pool.

from 150 € per day
DAS MAJESTIC – HOTEL & SPA - Reischach at Mt. Kronplatz
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DAS MAJESTIC – HOTEL & SPA
Reischach at Mt. Kronplatz
4.8 Excellent

Exclusive wellness hotel in a dreamlike position, with excellent cuisine & rich activity offer in the Kronplatz Dolomites Region!

from 145 € per day

Where are the Dolomites?

The Dolomites from above
The Dolomites from above

UNESCO World Natural Heritage

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Dolomites in winter
Dolomites in winter

The magical winter landscape from an aerial view

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The majestic Dolomites are a mountain range in the Southern Limestone Alps and extend across north-east Italy, over the provinces of South Tyrol, Trentino and Belluno. The main access points to this breathtaking mountain range are the towns of Bozen, Brixen, Bruneck, Cortina d'Ampezzo and Belluno. Thanks to a well-developed transport network, the Dolomites can be easily reached from there by car, bus, train or, for example, by plane from Bozen.

Our map shows the Dolomites regions of the province of South Tyrol, from Hochpustertal to Mt. Kronplatz, Alta Badia, Gröden and the Seiser Alm-Schlern area to Eggental. The highest peak in the Dolomites is the Marmolada, with an altitude of 3,343 metres.

History of the Dolomites

Tiers am Rosengarten in the Dolomites
Tiers am Rosengarten in the Dolomites

In Tiers and St. Zyprian, you will enjoy a wonderful view of the wonderful natural landscape and of the legendary Mt. Rosengarten.

Internet Consulting - Fabian Auer
Puez Geisler Nature Park in the Dolomites
Puez Geisler Nature Park in the Dolomites

The bizarre peaks of Puez Geisler are an impressive mountain ridge, which you can see in Villnöss.

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Peitlerkofel/Sass de Putia
Peitlerkofel/Sass de Putia

Aerial view of Peitlerkofel/Sass de Putia, in the Dolomites (2875 meter) the highest summit of the Peitlerkofel/Putia Group.

Internet Consulting - Stefan Tolpeit

The Dolomites are a group of mountains in the Alps that are around 250 million years old and consist mainly of sedimentary rock and limestone. Today, they are characterised by their varied landscape of rugged rocks and gentle mountain meadows. The Dolomites, which were hotly contested in gruelling trench warfare during the First World War, have developed into a popular hiking and excursion destination in recent decades - popular with locals and visitors from afar alike.

It is no coincidence that the Dolomites, named after the French geologist Déodat de Dolomieu, have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2009. The unique flora and fauna contribute significantly to the monumental beauty of the mountain range. The protection of nature and the landscape remains important, making it possible for future generations to enjoy this paradise in Italy.

Pure nature paradise

Rosengarten
Rosengarten

at dusk

Tourismusverein Welschnofen
Three peaks (Drei Zinnen) - Dolomites
Three peaks (Drei Zinnen) - Dolomites

Three peaks and Paternkofel

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Ski tour to Sextner Stein
Ski tour to Sextner Stein

Dreamlike ski tour near the Three Peaks with view of Mt. Paternkofel

Alpinschule Sexten Drei Zinnen
Geisler Group in Villnöss
Geisler Group in Villnöss

The Geisler Group in Villnöss is located in the heart of Puez Geisler Nature Park in the Dolomites. It is a wonderful hiking area for the whole family.

Internet Consulting - Fabian Auer
Lake Prags with Mt. Seekofel
Lake Prags with Mt. Seekofel

The breath-takingly beautiful mountain lake in the Dolomites is located at the foot of the picturesque Mt. Seekofel.

Internet Consulting - Stefan Tolpeit

With the Three Peaks, the Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park, the Marmolada, the Rosengarten and the Schlern massif, the Dolomites are undoubtedly one of the favourite destinations for all amateur geologists and nature lovers in the Alps.

Five nature parks

The Dolomites include five different nature parks and, in addition to the provinces of South Tyrol and Trentino, also extend over the regions of Veneto and Friuli, including the Marmolada group, the Ampezzo, Belluno and Friuli Dolomites.

Different mountain groups

The most important mountain groups in the Dolomites include

  • Sella Group
  • Rosengarten and Schlern
  • Langkofel massif
  • Puez-Geisler Group
  • Latemar Group
  • Prags Dolomites
  • Sexten Dolomites with the Three Peaks

Current holiday offers

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Die Waldruhe

Mountain wellness and long-lasting relaxation – pefect for wellness and nature lovers, for active holidaymakers and relaxation seekers.

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from 100 €
Hotel Tirolerhof

Welcome to the Tirolerhof at the gateway to the Gsieser Valley. Your perfect place for active holidays and pure relaxation!

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7 = 6
Naturhotel Waldheim

Hikes and wellness in Altrei! 7 nights at the price of 6. Relaxation and tranquillity you expect from your holiday.

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from 122 €
Hotel & SPA RESORT Majestic

TOP hotel ****s in Pustertal - large garden with swimming pool, natural bathing pond, saunas, guided hikes and much more!

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In which season are the Dolomites at their most beautiful?

Three Peaks - Dolomites
Three Peaks - Dolomites

The impressive mountains are located in the Sexten Dolomites and are a very famous photo spot.

Internet Consulting - Stefan Tolpeit
Paternkofel fixed-rope route
Paternkofel fixed-rope route

Unique fixed-rope route right next to the Three Peaks

Alpinschule Drei Zinnen - Daniel Rogger
Via ferrata Kesselkogel
Via ferrata Kesselkogel

The relatively easy fixed-rope route can be reached from Tiers and leads to the highest peak of Rosengarten Group.

Seiser Alm Marketing - Helmuth Rier

When the first flowers sprout in spring and the mountain landscape is transformed into a sea of blossom, the first mountain enthusiasts are already drawn to the lofty heights.

Summer holidays in the Dolomites

The ideal time for hiking, climbing and biking in the Dolomites is in summer from June to September. In the fresh mountain air, you can leave the stresses of everyday life far behind you. Whether in Eggental, on the Seiser Alm, in Gröden, in Alta Badia, on Mt. Kronplatz or in Hochpustertal – via ferratas, high-altitude tours and alpine hikes are the perfect outdoor activities for your summer holiday.

Cross-country skiing in the Dolomites
Cross-country skiing in the Dolomites

Wonderful snowy landscape

TG San Vigilio-San Martin - Coco
Ski touring in Prags
Ski touring in Prags

Discover the beauty of the South Tyrolean mountain world in winter by a ski tour to Mt. Dürrenstein.

Internet Consulting - Piergiorgio Caruso
Corvara in the Dolomites / South Tyrol
Corvara in the Dolomites / South Tyrol

Corvara in winter

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Armentara meadows
Armentara meadows

Heiligkreuzkofel and the Armentara fields. The hike below Heiligkreuzkofel leads to the homonymous hospice and chapel.

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Autumn in Stern
Autumn in Stern

In the autumn months, the larches change into golden colours, creating a unique natural scenery.

Internet Consulting - Benedikt Trojer
Kolfuschg in the Dolomites / South Tyrol
Kolfuschg in the Dolomites / South Tyrol

in autumn

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In autumn, the Dolomites region in Italy comes to rest again. The fresh and clear autumn air still attracts the odd mountain sports fan to the mountains – the views could not be better now!

Winter holidays in the Dolomites

When the days get shorter and colder and the first blanket of snow covers the Dolomites, the lovely winter landscape is transformed into a paradise for skiers, cross-country skiers, snowshoe hikers and ski tourers. The ideal snow conditions ensure an incomparable skiing holiday in the Dolomites and numerous events such as the Ski World Cup in Gröden, the Balloon Festival in Toblach or the Biathlon World Cup in Antholz are a highlight for visitors from near and far every year.

Images

Insights in the holiday destination South Tyrol
Insights in the holiday destination South Tyrol

Hiking in South Tyrol, skiing, climbing and mountaineering in the Dolomites

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Villnöss
Villnöss

One of the most famous photo spots in South Tyrol: the church of St. Magdalena in Villnöss

IDM Südtirol-Alto Adige/Clemens Zahn
Paternkofel fixed-rope route
Paternkofel fixed-rope route

Unique fixed-rope route right next to the Three Peaks

Alpinschule Drei Zinnen - Daniel Rogger
Villnöss
Villnöss

Bike tour in Villnöss in the Dolomites with view of the Geisler Peaks

IDM Südtirol-Alto Adige/Alex Moling
Snow-shoe hiking in Villnöss
Snow-shoe hiking in Villnöss

Idyllic winter paradise in the Dolomites

IDM Südtirol-Alto Adige/Manuel Kottersteger
Peitlerkofel/Sass de Putia
Peitlerkofel/Sass de Putia

Aerial view of Peitlerkofel/Sass de Putia, in the Dolomites (2875 meter) the highest summit of the Peitlerkofel/Putia Group.

Internet Consulting - Stefan Tolpeit
Three Peaks
Three Peaks

The Three Peaks are an important natural sight in Hochpustertal and in the Dolomites.

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Drei Zinnen Nature Park
Drei Zinnen Nature Park

Unfogettable sunset with view of the Three Peaks

Alpinschule Drei Zinnen - Daniel Rogger
Armentara meadows
Armentara meadows

Heiligkreuzkofel and the Armentara fields. The hike below Heiligkreuzkofel leads to the homonymous hospice and chapel.

Internet Consulting
Tiers am Rosengarten
Tiers am Rosengarten

Hiking in the Dolomites

TV Tiers am Rosengarten
Kolfuschg in the Dolomites / South Tyrol
Kolfuschg in the Dolomites / South Tyrol

in autumn

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Seiser Alm
Seiser Alm

in wintertime

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Skiing area Rotwand
Skiing area Rotwand

The meadows of Rotwand becme a family-friendly skiing area in winter.

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Three peaks (Drei Zinnen) - Dolomites
Three peaks (Drei Zinnen) - Dolomites

Three peaks and Paternkofel

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Three peaks (Drei Zinnen)
Three peaks (Drei Zinnen)

in wintertime

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Peitlerkofel
Peitlerkofel

Local mountain of St. Martin in Thurn

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Golden Dolomites
Golden Dolomites

Wonderful shots made with a drone in South Tyrol

YouTube - Jörg Lenk
The Dolomites from above
The Dolomites from above

UNESCO World Natural Heritage

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Welschnofen
Welschnofen

Karerpass

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Welschnofen
Welschnofen

Lake Karer

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Welschnofen
Welschnofen

Lake Karer

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Campolongo Pass
Campolongo Pass

Landscape at the Campolongo Pass

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Dolomites in winter
Dolomites in winter

The magical winter landscape from an aerial view

YouTube - Adventure Films Media
Corvara
Corvara

Hiking around Corvara

Guenther Linder / pixelio.de
Sella Pass
Sella Pass

Hike nearby the Sella peaks

Herbert Toparkus / pixelio.de
Völs am Schlern
Völs am Schlern

Mt. Schlern

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Tiers
Tiers

Landscape in Tiers

Andreas Agne / pixelio.de
Olang
Olang

View to Olang

Andreas Agne / pixelio.de
Rosengarten
Rosengarten

In the Mountains around Mt. Rosengarten

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Corvara
Corvara

Hiking in South Tyrol

Campomalo / pixelio.de
Tiers
Tiers

Landscape in Tiers

Andreas Agne / pixelio.de
The South Tyroelan mountain world from above
The South Tyroelan mountain world from above

Wonderful aerial shots - Dolomites

YouTube - Andrea Virano

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Relaxation on top
Vitalpina Hotels Südtirol

Experience the breathtaking mountain and natural landscape in and around the Vitalpina Hotels. The perfect relaxation for body and soul!

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BikeHotels South Tyrol

With the sun on your face, the wind in your hair and South Tyrol in front of your eyes, a holiday on the sunny side of the Alps is the purest pleasure.

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