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Matteo Agreiter is an up and coming professional skier participating in the Freeride Junior Tour and a native of the Dolomite Mountains. Tells us a little about yourself I’m a freeskier from Corvara, Alta Badia, Dolomites. Corvara is situated in one of the biggest ski resorts of the world: The Dolomiti Superski; that’s the reason why I […]
Located just south of the main section of the Alps, the Italian Dolomites are somewhat of a tourist Mecca, offering breathtaking views, peaceful pastures and a step back in history to a time much simpler. Outdoor enthusiasts have the opportunity to take advantage of nature at its best, while hiking, biking or climbing the beautiful […]
There are five main areas of the Dolomites where the Ladin tradition is still prevalent and the language spoken fluently: Val Gardena, Val Badia, Val di Fassa, Livinallongo and Cortina d’Ampezzo. These are officially known as the Ladin valleys. Ladin is an ancient culture that is unique to the Dolomites. The Ladin people have their […]
Dolomites Fine Dining A trip to the Italian Dolomites is certain to be filled with wonder and adventure, with the amazing scenery to take in and endless outdoor activities just waiting to be conquered. Add to this the rich history and fascinating culture of the people who live there and you’ve got a destination that […]
Even high up in the mountains, the quaint huts, called rifugios, feature some of the most exquisite and world-class dining on earth, with Michelin star rated chefs and mouthwatering traditional dishes prepared with the freshest local ingredients. If you’re planning a trip to the Dolomites in winter, here are some of the types of foods […]
Explore Gourmet Cuisine in the Dolomites – “A Taste for Skiing” The Dolomites happen to be home to some of the most world-class dining experiences in the world. Head out on a gastronomical tour of this beautiful mountain region as you dine on Michelin-star rated dishes prepared with the finest local ingredients by world-famous chefs. […]
The Dolomite Mountains are beautiful to visit any time of year, but they’re especially spectacular during the winter months. Between the fantastic outdoor sporting activities and the breathtaking landscape, blanketed in a magical layer of glistening white snow, it’s a destination of choice for travelers the world over. Another thing that draws visitors to the Dolomites in winter is the many events that occur there. Here are 6 such events that you don’t want to miss!