A panoramic terrace overlooking the Dolomites
The scene of fierce battles during the First World War, due to its position between the Kingdom of Italy and the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Col di Lana is a mountain in the Dolomites that stands between the Val Cordevole and the Falzarego Pass, in the province of Belluno. At 2,462 metres above sea level and with its verdant summit and gentle slopes, it stands out from the harsh, rugged peaks that surround it.
Today, the huge crater created by an Italian mine in 1916 remains as a reminder of those brutal battles, while a small church accessible by foot via several paths has been built in memory of those who fell in the conflict. The breath-taking panoramic views that this location offers are truly unmissable. From here, you can enjoy unique views of the Dolomites, while the countless routes to the summit of Col Di Lana provide plenty of opportunities for an active holiday in close contact with pristine mountain nature.