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The Dolomites are an incredibly beautiful UNESCO Natural World Heritage part of Italy in which is is known as the South Tirol.
This mountain range is part of the southern Alps which is located in Northeastern Italy, mostly in the Bolzano and Trento provinces.
The rocky peaks are popular with climbers and hikers, and there are also many popular ski resorts.
If you're interested in something even more extreme, base-jumping is legal here

Exclusive top-class ski resorts, but above all the beauty of its peaks and valleys make the Dolomites the most appreciated Italian mountain area.

Dolomites is one of the most beautiful mountain landscapes on Earth.
The Dolomites’ vertical walls and long, narrow valleys provide an unparalleled location for hiking, biking, climbing, and skiing ...and much more!

Despite Dolomites area is well-known all over the world for its wonderful natural scenarios, it also offers historical and cultural itineraries, as many cultures and populations had passed through the Dolomites valleys over the centuries. 

The castles are the most important sign of the history in this region. 
The hundreds of castles and manors well preserved located in the Dolomites area, sometimes can offer accomodation services too.

Winter sports in the cold season, as well as climbing, daily excursions, and many other mountain activities in Summer, make Dolomites one of the favorite destinations for mountain lovers.

On a Dolomites holiday you will experience a landscape paradise unparalleled in all seasons, a holiday region that attracts with its endless recreational activities, day after day. Bolzano / Bozen, the provincial capital of South Tyrol, offers much in the way of culture and great shopping, while the valleys of Val Gardena / Gröden and Alta Badia / Gadertal it is all about getting to know the Ladin culture.
The Trentino / Trient region is inviting with its mild Mediterranean climate, the best wines in Italy come from the Valle Isarco / Eisacktal region, and Val Pusteria / Pustertal is known, of course, mainly because of the Three Peaks and because Braies lake. Not forgetting, of course, the enchanting Belluno Dolomites and the Alpe di Siusi / Seiser Alm and Val d'Ega / Eggental holiday regions.
There are a variety of hotels in the Dolomites, which are ideal for either families, skiers, hikers, cyclists or wellness fans, to suit your needs. Again, something for every taste. 

The towns in the Dolomite holiday regions are a true paradise for your holiday.
They are just as varied as the leisure activities in the Dolomites, and each of the Dolomite villages is different, no one town is like the other. Explore Bolzano / Bozen, the provincial capital of South Tyrol, discover Bressanone / Brixen, the oldest town in Tyrol, the mediaeval town of Chiusa / Klausen or Brunico / Bruneck, the centre of the Puster Valley. And speaking of the best towns in the Dolomites, don’t forget: Cortina d'Ampezzo, the "Pearl of the Dolomites".

Top quality ski resorts are in abundance within the world famous Dolomiti Superski Area.
With 12 main regions and some made up of smaller resorts, there is a style and suitability available for all.
Alta Badia
Located in South Tyrol and situated directly on the Sella Ronda circuit, Alta Badia contains six scenic alpine villages and the world class black run - Gran Risa.
Beginners have their pick of the pistes in La Villaand Corvara/Colfosco is one of the liveliest villages with lots of bars and restaurants.
Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino
Arabba/ Marmolada
Situated in the Ladin-speaking Veneto region, Arabba is a charming and traditional Italian resort with great links to other resorts. Many skiers follow the popular route from Arabba to Marmolada.
Cortina d'Ampezzo
Exuding pure Italian style, Cortina d’Ampezzo is known as the Queen of the Dolomites.
A meeting place for the elite of the Italian ski world, this is a pretty town with first class skiing but also luxury boutique shopping and a wealth of off-piste activity.
Valle Isarco/Eisacktal - Sun kissed and snow sure, this valley in South Tyrol provides keen skiers with 978km of downhill skiable terrain.
Civetta
Civetta is located in Italy’s Veneto region 
With great skiing and a good social scene for Après, Civetta makes for a perfect stopover whilst in the Dolomites.
Kronplatz- Plan de Corones
A truly unique resort in South Tyrol, Kronplatz has one large dome shaped mountain accommodating its 100 km runs.
A great choice for families with a highly recommended ski school and children’s programme.
San Martino di Castrozza Passo Rolle
In the Trentino valley of the Dolomite super ski area, San Martino di Castrozza is a stunning site for various winter activities.
Ski runs in the Carosello delle Malghe, plus snow shoe excursions and mountaineering.
Val di Fassa - Fassatal Carezza
Val di Fassa is in the Trentino region of northern Italy and consists of smaller resorts. Most international guests head for Canazeiwith plenty of accommodation, great Austrian style Après and top notch nosh.
Val di Fiemme Obereggen
Perfectly picturesque in Trentino. Nature lovers will enjoy passing Paneveggio Pale di San Martino, Val di Fiemme’s nature park brimming with wildlife.
Beginner level skiers can try out cross country tracks or try on some snow shoes for a change of scenery.
Val Gardena Alpe di Siusi
Featuring three attractive alpine villages, Val Gardena in South Tyrol is affectionately known as the "Holiday valley of the Dolomite".
Charming wooden chalets, beautiful scenery and skiing for all levels make this an ideal Italian winter escape.
Selva is the best known village in this area and includes access to the famous Sella Ronda circuit.

Towns on Dolomites 
Cortina d'Ampezzo Bolzano Bolzano and Strada del vino Madonna di Campiglio Val Rendena Ortisei Val Gardena Bressanone Val d'Isarco Brunico Plan de Corones Selva di Val Gardena Val Gardena San Candido Alta Val Pusteria Canazei Val di Fassa San Martino di Castrozza San Martino di Castrozza Moena Val di Fassa Andalo Altopiano della Paganella Nova Levante Rosengarten Latemar Castelrotto Alpe di Siusi Sciliar Pinzolo Val Rendena Predazzo Val di Fiemme Nova Ponente Rosengarten Latemar Cavalese Val di Fiemme. Val Gardena, Gröden Alta Badia, Val Badia, Val di Fassa, Arabba, Marmolada, Alpe di Siusi, Altipiano dello Sciliar, Cortina d'Ampezzo, Val d'Isarco, Val Pusteria, Bolzano.

Le Dolomiti, anche dette Monti pallidi, sono un insieme di gruppi montuosi delle Alpi Orientali italiane, a sud della catena principale alpina, quasi interamente comprese nelle regioni del Veneto, del Trentino-Alto Adige e del Friuli-Venezia Giulia, suddivise tra le province di Belluno, Bolzano, Trento, Udine, Pordenone, Vicenza e Verona, con una piccola parte compresa anche in Austria (Dolomiti di Lienz).
Tra le zone più rinomate a livello naturalistico-ambientale e turistico delle Alpi, sede di un parco nazionale e nove parchi naturali e del più grande comprensorio sciistico italiano (il Dolomiti Superski), il 26 giugno 2009 il Comitato Esecutivo della Convenzione sul patrimonio materiale dell'umanità dell'UNESCO, riunita a Siviglia, le ha dichiarate Patrimonio dell'umanità.

Vivi le Dolomiti nei suoi momenti più speciali con gli eventi da non perdere.
Stupisci chi ami con gli indimenticabili weekend romantici.
Immergiti nell'arte e cultura locale pieni di antiche tradizioni e leggende.
Scopri gli itinerari più belli delle Dolomiti per le tue vacanze in moto o in bici e le escursioni a piedi sulle più belle vette dolomitiche Patrimonio UNESCO dal 2009.

Le Dolomiti costituiscono la catena montuosa delle Alpi orientali e fanno parte dei 55 siti italiani inseriti dall'Unesco nella World Heritage List.
La zona alla quale è stato attribuito il riconoscimento copre 141.903 ettari di territorio di ben tre regioni (Trentino Alto Adige, Veneto e Friuli Venezia Giulia) e cinque province (Trento, Bolzano, Belluno, Pordenone e Udine) ed include diciotto vette che si innalzano oltre i 3.000 metri.
Le Dolomiti prendono il nome dal geologo francese Dieudonné Dolomieu che scoprì le proprietà della dolomia, una roccia calcarea ricchissima di dolomite, presente in questa catena montuosa. La dolomia dona alle montagne un colore particolare: il bianco (motivo per il quale si definiscono anche “Monti pallidi”), tuttavia all’alba e soprattutto al calar del sole, questa roccia assume un colore che va dal rosato al rosso fuoco: è il fenomeno dell’enrosadira.
Il fenomeno è spiegato dal fatto che fino a 250 milioni di anni fa, queste montagne erano un ammasso di conchiglie, coralli e alghe, sommerso dal mare.
Emerse 70 milioni di anni fa, oggi rappresentano anche un magnifico tesoro geologico ricco di fossili del Mesozoico.

DOLOMITI SUPERSKI
IL COMPRENSORIO SCIISTICO PIÙ GRANDE AL MONDO TI DÀ IL BENVENUTO!
Un insieme armonico di zone sciistiche e impianti di risalita di ultima generazione, che contano oltre 1.200 km di piste preparate giornalmente; percorsi soleggiati e coinvolgenti.
La scelta è vastissima e a misura di ogni tipo di avventura: dalla più semplice - dedicata ai neofiti, seguiti dai maestri -, fino a luoghi verso cui la tua passione ed i tuoi sci ti chiederanno di spingerti e... sarà fantastico.

Il piacere di sciare in uno scenario unico al mondo accomunano le 12 perle sciistiche delle Dolomiti.
Una garanzia di varietà, cambiamento e fantastiche esperienze sulle piste.
Cortina d'Ampezzo
Plan de Corones
Alta Badia
Val Gardena/Alpe di Siusi
Val di Fassa/Carezza
Arabba Marmolada
Alta Pusteria
Val di Fiemme/Obereggen
San Martino di Castrozza/Passo Rolle
Valle Isarco
Tre Valli
Civetta


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https://www.dolomiti.it/

http://www.dolomitesworld.com/

http://www.italia.it/it/idee-di-viaggio/siti-unesco/dolomiti-le-montagne-rosa.html

https://www.dolomites.org/

https://www.dolomitisuperski.com/

https://www.skidolomites.it/

https://www.skiresort.info/ski-resorts/dolomites/

http://www.val-gardena.com/it/dolomiti-superski/page3.html

https://www.dolomitemountains.com/

https://www.igluski.com/ski-resorts/ski-areas/dolomites-super-ski-area

Condizioni Meteo nelle Dolomiti Superski - Weather Conditions Local Weather Forecasts in Dolomites

http://www.dolomitimeteo.it/

https://www.ilmeteo.it/meteo/Dolomiti+Superski

https://www.dolomiti.it/it/meteo/

Where to stay in Dolomites? - Dove soggiornare sulle Dolomiti? - ¿Dónde alojarse Dolomiti?
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