Synonymous with the Dolomites because it is surrounded by the Marmolada, Catinaccio-Rosengarten and Sassolungo, Fassa Valley is one of the most interesting and charming mountain holiday destinations in Trentino Alto Adige.
The Fassa Valley is located right on the slopes of these mountains that are well-known to mountain enthusiasts, as well as to mainstream tourists. For years now, every winter and summer they have been coming to this valley for a relaxing holiday in the heart of the Dolomites, which received UNESCO World Heritage classification in 2009.
Any season is perfect for taking a break from work for a holiday in the Fassa Valley. There are countless leisure opportunities, both in winter and summer, for visitors of all ages in this magical landscape rich in traditions and history.
On clear autumn days, even without binoculars, you can make out the Dolomites even fromVenice’s highest roofs; these mountains really are one of the world’s most beautiful, powerful and extraordinary natural beauties.
This led to UNESCO’s classification of the Dolomites as a World Heritage Site in 2009 inSeville.
We all know these mountains through the photographs that are reproduced in their thousands. It takes a little more to really understand the Dolomites, however. You have to get right up close, go inside them, venture in among the rocks, touch them, listen to their silences and sense their mysterious life: in one word, you need to experience the Dolomites.