The Dolomites are often called the crown of South Tyrol. This is where opposites meet: rocky, grey mountain tops with softly rolling, green mountain pastures.
The Dolomites' character and charm comes from the unique mountain landscape. The combination of green pastures and limestone mountains with steep cliffs make the Dolomites / UNESCO World Natural Heritage one of the most unparalleled Alpine panoramas.
The wild natural surroundings are in perfect contrast with metropolitan areas and modern life.
Hike through the Dolomites and feel how the quiet surrounding enchant you with peace and comfort.
The primitive landscape and the continued traditions make holidays in South Tyrol unforgettable.
«The nine components of the Dolomites World Heritage property protect a series of highly distinctive mountain landscapes that are exceptional natural beauty. Their dramatic vertical and pale coloured peaks in a variety of distinctive sculptural forms is extraordinary in a global context. This property also contains an internationally important combination of Earth science values. The quantity and concentration of highly varies limestone formations is extraordinary in a global context, whilst the superbly exposed geology provides an insight into the recovery of marine life in the Triassic period, after the greatest extinction event recorder in the history of life on Earth.The sublime, monumental and colorful landscapes of the Dolomites have also long attracted hosts of travellers and history of scientific and artistic interpretations of its values».back