Dolomites Italy Fassa Valley: an extraordinary territory

Wide wildwood majestic mountains in a perfect setting, silky meadow, and water mirrors that reflect the blue sky, this is Fassa Valley on the Dolomites in Italy. Located in the North-Eastern of Trentino the Fassa Valley offers a large variety of flora and fauna, various cultural and artistic aspects, outdoor, gourmet, and wellness offers.


Dolomites Italy Fassa Valley: skiing in paradise


For skier lovers more than 230 km of ski slopes, 86 ski lifts, 9 ski resorts, 8 fun parks, 6 snowboard parks, 5 ski schools with the "Golden Seal" (quality mark for teaching, especially to children), 4 ski tour, including the famous Sellaronda, and efficient connections with the neighbouring ski areas that, in a week you could try a different ski slope every day. This is Fassa Valley on the Dolomites in Italy, a paradise of ski slopes and ideal destination for an unforgettable winter holiday to spend with friends and family.

The villages of the Val di Fassa are: Moena, followed by Soraga, Vigo di Fassa, Pozza di Fassa, Mazzin di Fassa, Campitello di Fassa and Canazei. Down the valley after Campitello we find several small villages: Fontanazzo e Campestrin, Succedono Mazzin, Pera e Pozza.


Dolomites Italy Fassa Valley: non only ski...

There are many activities for those who do not like skiing in Fassa Valley on the Dolomites in Italy, such as excursions in the nature with snowshoes, sledges, and bobs, romantic walks on horse-drawn sleds, ice skating, paragliding and so much more. For shopping lovers, it offers trendy shops, but also the fun of apres-ski and trendy pubs and the lure of Val di Fassa's gastronomic specialties.

You will find culture and tradition in every restaurant, pizzeria, refuge, huts coffee shops or bar in Val di Fassa. Elegant places, pleasant atmosphere, quality service and carefully prepared food, using local ingredients and seasonal menus. You should not miss the Val di Fassa mountain flavours such as the hot polenta, or the delicious canederli, or the typical cajoncie (ravioli) with sauerkraut, but also typical cheeses or speck and delicious desserts like strudel and apple pancakes all homemade.