Alta Badia in South Tyrol is the ideal place to experience precious moments of pleasure in the mountains
The Dolomite valley of Alta Badia stretches out roughly 16 km (9 mi) into a sunny valley surrounded by nature in south-eastern South Tyrol
Cosmopolitanism and centuries of tradition, alpine ambience and Mediterranean lifestyle, unspoilt nature and modern touristic infrastructure: Alta Badia's special appeal lies in the balance of opposites
The villages of Alta Badia In the six villages of Alta Badia, Corvara, Colfosco, San Cassiano, Badia, La Villa and La Val you can experience a vibrant mix of tradition, quality and modernity.
Alta Badia – home of the Ladins, the oldest Rhaeto-Romanic people in the Alps – has, over the years, become one of the most popular tourism destinations in the Alps and has yet retained its rich natural beauty, nowhere more obvious than in its breathtaking and unique mountain landscape.
If you love mountains and nature, Alta Badia and the Dolomites is among the regions that you must not miss. One holiday trip in the Dolomites of Alta Badia is certainly not enough for anybody who has been here once: There is so much to discover!