Of course, the Dolomites in Northern Italy are not a “remote” mountain region. But they are so diverse and rich in unique landscapes, delicious food and cultural history that they should not be missing in the Slow Alps offer.
Here you can expect diverting holiday enjoyment between alpine coziness and Mediterranean lightness. With romantic views of vineyards, orchards and castles, always against the imposing backdrop of the rocky Dolomite peaks.
With an average of 300 days of sunshine a year on the southern side of the Alps, the Dolomites are in a veery favorable weather region for hiking and cycling holidays.
Slow Alps picks out for you out the even less crowded places and side valleys in this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Nevertheless, a look at the world-famous Three Peaks / Tre Cime di Lavaredo should not be missing.
- Enrosadira – the alpine glow in the Dolomites
- Fanes-Sennes-Braies Nature Park
- Catinaccio and Sciliar Massif
- Val Venegia
- Cadini Group
- Museum of Archaeology in Bolzano with the 5300 year old glacier mummy “Ötzi”
- The legend of the dwarf king Laurin
- San Candido Dolomites Christmas
- Mining State Museum in the Ahrntal Valley – with “climate tunnels”
- Ladin cuisine
- Michelin-starred cuisine on the Alpe di Siusi
- Open-air cuisine – Bergler Harass or Krausentafel
- Völser Kuchlkastl, the oldest gastronomy weeks in South Tyrol – in October
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