All cities in The Dolomites
In the winter you can ski in several well-known ski resorts as Cortina d'Ampezzo, Ortisei, San Martino di Castrozza, and in the summer enjoy the resplendent nature and mountain scenery. There are a wide range of hiking trails that you can take with a guide which will take you across mountains, through valleys, fascinating towns, and around lakes.
The Dolomites consist of many high mountains, the highest of which is the Marmolada rising 3342 metres above sea level. It is this mountain that is home to the only remaining glacier, Marmolada. You will find unlimited choices for an activity holiday here, or just find a relaxing place from where you can soak up the sun and the scenery.
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There are many paths and roads that encircle the mountains, making it easy to visit the different areas in the Dolomites whether it be by car, by bicycle, on horseback or on foot. Here you will find impressive viewpoints, beautiful lakes and landscapes as well as small charming mountain towns. The mountain range is usually covered in snow, but at the foot of the mountains the temperature can sneak up to a more comfortable point during the summer months.
If you want a holiday in Italy immersed in nature, then have a look through our handpicked selection of holiday apartments and hotels in the Dolomites and find many inspiring choices. Feel free to ask our Italy travel experts for free advice using the contact link at the top of the page to send us an email, the chat box to the left of the page, or call us using the phone number on the right of page.