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Infinitely enchanting landscapes and a scene so beautiful as to render visitors speechless: these are the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Immersing oneself into a nature of such perfection is akin to stepping into a painting of clean, flawless lines and contours. 
Lake Limedes - Photo by Paola_Dandrea
Impressive and almost imposing, the Dolomite mountains seem to touch the sky, with colors that shift throughout the day, from pale pink to the deep blue of the night - to create an almost unreal landscape. Just to mention a few places: MarmoladaMonte Civetta and the Three Peaks of Lavaredo. At the feet of these natural monuments, we find more breathtaking settings, such as the enchanted Boite Valley, the Valgrande with the Baths of the Dolomites, the Agordina Hollow and the Visdende Valley (literally, the "valley that deserves to be seen"). 

The numerous towns of the Dolomites allow vacationers a variety of ways to have fun, stay active, and admire an array of beauties both natural and man-made: from Cortina d'Ampezzo to Madonna di Campiglio, Ortisei and San Martino di Castrozza, Marilleva and Brunico, also famous for its splendid Christmas Market.

The Dolomites let you experience a holiday rich in discovery where you will never have an excuse to be bored: a tour of the small towns abundant in history, traditions and good taste, simple strolls through the woods, hiking the highest peaks, horseback riding, mountain biking and, for winter sports enthusiasts, plenty of snow! 

Magnificent in both winter and summer, visit every season and see the white of the Dolomites eventually give way to a rainbow of colors.