Leaves of a bright green and lilac flowers hanging from a wooden balcony
Alta Badia at high altitudes

During your active holiday,
don't forget to have some rest:

Find out the huts and refuges

Other things to see in Alta Badia

Mt. Lagazuoi and its galleries: images from the First World War

During the First World War, the frontline trailed along the Dolomites and various signs from those times have been etched upon Mt. Lagazuoi. This area rises up to 2,800 meters above sea level and shows traces of battles fought between the Italian and Austrian troops.

The "outdoor museum" of Lagazuoi can be reached following the marked passageways that depart from the Falzarego Pass and the Valparola Pass. Alternatively, you may take the Falzarego Lagazuoi cable car that reaches the summit in 3 minutes.

The mountain is home to endless kilometers of galleries, which have been recently restored and may be traveled upon thanks to the installation of security cables and steps. Any visitor can admire the historic trenches and war posts.

The Deer Park of Paraciora - Sompunt

Halfway between La Villa and Pedraces you can also visit the deer park of Paraciora – Sompunt: over 7 hectares of meadows and woods where roebuck and deer live in complete freedom. Among other animals, you can also find donkeys, ponies, sheep and goats that you can even pet!

There is even a recreation area for all young travellers. Nearby, the Paraciora restaurant awaits you with delicious dishes and treats.

Masi Ladini, "Les Viles"

Les Viles are historic Ladin houses. Don't miss an opportunity to visit them during the summer months. More information on Les Viles

The Farmers Markets

Through July and August there are weekly farmers markets. Here, you will be able to find local goods such as speck ham, bread, eggs, cheese and so much more.