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Catered Chalets Dolomites - Italy
Magnificent landscapes, vast skiing regions, perfectly prepared slopes
The Dolomites owe their present name to the geologist Déodat de Dolomieu, who performed the first mineralogical-chemical analysis of the rocks. A particularly remarkable phenomenon which can be experienced in the Dolomites is the alpenglow or "Enrosadira". At sunset, the mountain ranges around Alta Badia are being illuminated in magnificent shades of red, from pink to orange and carmine. The holiday region of Kronplatz is famous for the ski mountain number 1 in South Tyrol but winter breaks do not always have to be all about skiing or snowboarding. The traditional gastronomy of the Ladin Dolomite valleys is humble and unaffected and it has its roots in traditional country kitchen. From the rural farmhouse restaurants to the comfortable mountain refuges and the high-class gourmet restaurants, every menu offers real treats. In the delicatessen and farm shops, one can buy excellent regional products. Leo Trippi offers luxury apartments and luxury ski chalets for rent, some fully catered and some self-catered.
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One of the most unique destinations in the European Alps is the Dolomites, with its rocky cliffs, untouched nature and mountain valleys. The Italian region extends over the three provinces of South Tyrol, Trentino and Belluno and the nine mountain ranges. The Dolomites was declared an official UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009. The landscape is irresistibly beautiful with lush forests, 3000m high mountain peaks, magically coloured rock faces and glassy snow on the slopes that provide a memorable setting for unforgettable winter holidays. With first class gourmet restaurants, comfortable private rental chalets, stylish apero-bars, merry pubs, friendly tea rooms and tailored spa packages, this is a destination to add to your bucket list. Countless well-groomed ski slopes can be experienced here, as well as culture and tradition in the German, Italian and Ladin mountain valleys and a fascinating mountain world through a journey on the Great Dolomites Road. A splendid place to visit is Val Gardena, a valley best known as a skiing, rock climbing, and woodcarving area.
Enjoy the exceptional mountain scenery. Seeing the Sassolungo or the Rosengarten mountain range glowing in the sunset, is simply a sight to feast your eyes on. Anyone who wants to take in as much of the Dolomites as possible should drive along the Great Dolomite Road from Bozen to Cortina d’Ampezzo. Many other attractive destinations are also in the area, including Bozen, Merano, Trento and the outstanding Venetian cities like Venice and Verona. The village of Limone is loaded with charming cafes, restaurants and shops. but do not come here expecting to find a jet-set environment or up-market boutiques.
The Dolomites region is synonymous with beauty and with sporting activities. It is a world-renowned utopia for hikers, mountain bikers, climbers, skiers and mountaineers of all kinds. The tranquil ski town of Limone is turning into one of Italy's finest ski resorts. Famous world cup skiing locations like Cortina d’Ampezzo, Selva and Alta Badia as well as the lovely medieval towns of Bruneck, Innichen and Brixen attract thousands of visitors every year. The compound “Dolomiti Superski” in the centre of the Dolomites offers over 1200km of slopes and over 500 ski lifts.