Characterized by beautiful natural resources such as slopes, lakes and mountains, you'll be amazed by the diverse activities on offer in the Dolomites. Whether you choose to indulge in hiking up the Alps, climbing through the valleys, snow-skiing, mountain biking or walking, you'll never get bored during a stay in Dolomites accommodation. The valleys in the Alter Pusteria are highly rated as some of the most unusual hillside surroundings in the world. Taking a brisk walk through the region you will encounter all number of different terrains, ranging from lofty plateaus to green pastures. If you choose to spend your holiday in a chalet in Dolomites within the Alter Pusteria region, you can look forward to waking up to the clearest, most crisp air in the area. A swimming pool, luxurious hot top and a steam room will allow you to enjoy the Alpine atmosphere all the more.
Favourite Destinations (Dolomites)
Water rafting, hiking, climbing and more with Dolomites accommodation
In the summer months, small rivers and brooks thaw, presenting thrill-seekers with the perfect opportunity to try their hand at a bit of white water rafting. Not the sort of course aimed at beginners, the altitude, jagged mountain rocks and the icy temperature of the water make these rivers the perfect challenge for seasoned rafters. For sporty people looking for a more active holiday, this may well be the resort for you – aside from rafting, A chalet in Dolomites during the summer months offers the possibility to go hiking, climbing, trekking and extreme mountain-biking. After a week sampling the physical activities of the Dolomites, you'll return home looking like a honed god or goddess.
Dolomites: Further inspiration
The perfect destination for your next winter holiday
In the winter months the Dolomites emerges as a highly popular winter sports destination. As with other popular skiing regions such as Tyrol in Austria or the French Alps, the resorts here are decked out with all the latest facilities and equipment designed to ensure the safety of the thousands of guests who stay in chalets here every year to ski in this mountain range. If you're looking for a stunning view of the mountainous region then travel to Val di Fiemme and appreciate the sheer beauty of the unspoilt natural landscape or if you'd prefer to take a break from the mountains then head to Bolzano, the capital of South Tyrol and discover the Gothic ansd Romanesque architecture. For family holidays, a bit of adventure or some extreme sports, a couple of weeks spent in the Alpine air of the Dolomites mountains will leave you feeling energised and wanting to get stuck into the physical activities at your disposal.