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Alta Badia, the sunny side of the Alps

Discover the world's most beautiful architecture – the Dolomites

Two UNESCO World Heritage nature parks frame our valley in South-Tyrol

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The most photogenic parts of Alta Badia, in the south-eastern reagion of South Tyrol, are made up of gentle meadows and lush high plateaus, with majestic peaks rising above them. The sun blessed panorama is framed by the Fanes-Senes-Braies and Puez-Odle nature parks. Since 2009 the two parks have been part of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage site. The Dolomites of Alta Badia are among the most stunning mountains in the world. The famous architect Le Corbusier (1887–1965), called them "The most beautiful work of architecture in the world".

Alta Badia is a real paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. We urge you to explore nature and the mountains all around us through hiking, cycling, climbing, golfing and many other activities. Simply visit us and experience it first-hand!

Cycling in the Dolomites

Cycling in the Dolomites
Cycling in the Dolomites

A rich cycling heritage, stunning scenery, easy access to many of the best bike tours in the Dolomites, first quality accommodation and great food: Alta Badia is the perfect destination for your cycling holidays. Read more ...

Hiking and Trekking

Hiking and Trekking
Hiking and Trekking

The Dolomites are known as a paradise for hikers and climbers. Easy walks, longer hikes or challenging rock climbing tours: whatever you prefer, Alta Badia is the ideal starting point. Read more ...

Delicious food, fine Italian wines

Delicious food, fine Italian wines
Delicious food, fine Italian wines

Good food and sophisticated lifestyle show many faces in Alta Badia. For some, it's the cosy mountain huts, the rustic farms or the traditional Ladin food in the charming guest houses. Read more ...

Alta Badia in autumn

Ladin language and culture

The Ladin people in the Dolomite area (so named after their thousand-year-old language, the Ladin) keep their culture and traditions high and they cherish and protect the appealing, strong and yet fragile mountain nature that surrounds them. Read more ...

Find your ideal lodging

How about a summer holiday in Alta Badia?