Where the mountains

touch the sky.

Who we are

Bëgnodüs, welcome to Alta Badia heart of the Dolomites

Alta Badia, with its lush nature, its centuries old culture, delicious cuisine and the warmth of its Ladin people, is the ideal holiday destination for connoisseurs.
Speaking of cuisine, Alta Badia is the showpiece region in South Tyrol: you have the choice between a variety of decorated restaurants including a 3 Michelin-Star restaurant.

where to stay

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Marmolada Dolomites Lifestyle Hotel

Marmolada Dolomites Lifestyle Hotel

Corvara in Badia

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Lagaciò Hotel Mountain Residence

Lagaciò Hotel Mountain Residence

San Cassiano

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Dolomit Boutique Hotel

Dolomit Boutique Hotel

La Villa

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Hotel Sassongher

Hotel Sassongher

Corvara in Badia

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Diamant Mountain Hotel

Diamant Mountain Hotel

San Cassiano

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Sporthotel Panorama

Sporthotel Panorama

Corvara in Badia

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Hotel La Majun

Hotel La Majun

La Villa

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Hotel Diana

Hotel Diana

La Villa

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Rosa Alpina

Rosa Alpina

San Cassiano

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Hotel Col Alto

Hotel Col Alto

Corvara in Badia

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about alta badia

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!

By virtue of its central location in the Dolomites, Alta Badia is the ideal starting-point for climbing impressive mountaintops or retracing the most-beautiful race and mountainbiking routes of South Tyrol.

Skiing in the Dolomites - Ski the Italian way

First of all: With over 1,200 km of slopes and 460 lifts and tow lines, Dolomiti Superski is the largest ski network of the Alps. The ski network consists of twelve ski areas in South Tyrol which you can all visit and use with a single ski pass. The ski area of Alta Badia is located within the Dolomiti Superski – during their winter holidays, guests of the La Majun can thus directly enter this spectacular ski adventure of the Alps.