• Val GardenaSouth Tyrol
    DOLOMITES,  ITALY,  MOUNTAIN SCENERY,  NATURE,  RELAX,  VAL GARDENA,  WELLNESS HOLIDAYS,  WINTERBREAK

    A weekend winter escape in a perfect getaway in Val Gardena.

    Val Gardena Val Gardena is a valley in Northern part of Italy, in the Dolomites of South Tyrol. It is best known as a skiing, rock climbing and woodcarving area. In particular, the woodcarving industry has flourished since the 17th century. Since the 19th century, they have focused on statues and altars for Catholic Churches. Later they started to realize wooden toys. One of the valley’s best-known products is the peg wooden doll which was popular all over Europe and America in the 19th century. The production has been sent all over the world, this is why it’s so famous. Nevertheless, In Val Gardena there are magnificent landscapes and a vast range of sport activities and offers.…

  • CHARMING,  ITALY,  MOUNTAIN SCENERY,  NATURE,  RELAX

    A marvellous weekend in South Tyrol

    I live in Veneto so it is not difficult to reach the South Tyrol for me but if you come from far, the nearest airport is Venice. In order to reach this fantastic region you have to cross mountain passes where you can enjoy stunning scenery any time of year. With luck, I find myself going to every season to see the wonderful changes that nature offers. Coming from Cortina, just crossed the mountain pass I immediately find the quaint village of St Kassian where I will be staying for 2 nights in the beautiful structure of the Lagació Hotel. The most important things for the native people in Alta…

  • NATURE

    Enjoy the crossing of the San Pellegrino pass with my drone.

      This is where the ascent for the pass begins. Walking is the best way to discover all the secrets of these mountains. At this Pass both young and old can take part of this experience, due to a numerous network of trails suited for simple or longer walks, or even more challenging excursions. There are also several equipped trails and the famous military “vie ferrate” on the Creste di Costabella, where you can see impressive remains of barracks, bridges, ladders, tunnels and observation posts dating back to World War One. Lifts operate in summer, making it even easier to get to the highest peaks. I like going upon the…

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