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San Cassiano

The friendly village with international atmosphere

  • A good variety of accommodation to suit every taste
  • Good selection of restaurants, including two Michelin star restaurants
  • The Museum Ladin Ursus ladinicus
  • The cross-country center Alta Badia in Armentarola
  • San Cassiano in winter
    San Cassiano covered with snow
  • San Cassiano Armentarola Conturines
    Dolomites for adventurers
  • Piz Sorega's gondola above San Cassiano
    Piz Sorega's lift cabin

The mountains surrounding San Cassiano are especially interesting from a geological and historical perspective. Around Mount Lagazuoi, one can see relics from the tragic history of the 1st World War. At the foot of the Piz dles Cunturines, one can take a guided tour to the well-preserved cave of the prehistoric cave bear Ursus ladinicus. The Museum Ursus Ladinicus in the village's centre is also dedicated to the cave bear.

Trekking on San Cassiano's high plateau

In summer, families and leisure hikers love the walks over the sunny Armentarola and Störes meadows, along the sentiero dei larici (Larch Lane) and the sentiero di meditazione (Reflexion Lane). Visitors who prefer longer hikes will value the impressive paths in Fanes-Senes-Braies natural park and to Mount Lagazuoi.

Sledgetrail Trü dla Liosa above San Cassiano

Also during the winter months, San Cassiano offers special highlights such as the natural toboggan run Foram, the 7.2 km (4.8 mi) long downhill slope Lagazuoi to San Cassiano - Saré and the cross-country-skiing centre Armentarola.
The Piz Sorega gondola provides access to the Alta Badia skiing region.

Population: 859