Alta Badia


Experience enjoyable moments in the Italian Dolomite mountains

Alta Badia boasts unsurpassed flavours in the Alpine region. This valley extraordinarily combines the beauty of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with Ladin traditions and culture, as well as a range of tourist attractions par excellence. At sunset, the magnificent peaks of the Dolomites turn a delicate pink colour, creating a stunning natural display known as enrosadira.

During the winter, Alta Badia offers a ski area with direct connections to over 500 km of slopes within the Dolomiti Superski ski region, including the Gran Risa where Ski World Cup races are held each year. Alta Badia is also a great summer holiday destination for sports enthusiasts, especially hikers and cyclists. It's right here, on these Dolomite Mountain passes, where the Maratona dles Dolomites, the world-famous cyclosportive, is held.

Alta Badia is also celebrated for its cuisine. High-quality dishes made with South Tyrol’s best ingredients can be tried at countless mountain huts at 2,000m, or exquisite Ladin cuisine at one of the traditional farmsteads. In the past years, Alta Badia further strengthened its reputation as a prestigious location for Italian cuisine thanks to the Michelin-starred restaurants in the valley.

The Ladin people, the inhabitants of the region, have their own language and traditions dating back thousands of years. They are committed to offering warm hospitality, giving the chance to experience the mountains through the way of life and customs of those who know them better than anyone else.