Alta Badia

Alta Badia is located in the southeast of South Tyrol and comprises six localities.

Alta Badia is situated between Val Pusteria, Val Gardena, Val di Fassa, Cortina and Arabba and includes the localites of Colfosco, Corvara, La Villa, San Cassiano, Pedraces, S. Leonardo and La Valle. These villages have become popular winter and summer holiday destinations, but are yet very proud of their customs and traditions. A perfect example is the Ladin language, which is still spoken in Val Badia.

However, Alta Badia is particularly popular with winter sports enthusiasts. Eventually the famous “Gran Risa” ski slope is located in this region. In summer Alta Badia is a perfect starting point for hikes and alpine tours in the Dolomites. Not only the view of the Sella mountain range is amazing…

  1. Badia

    Badia includes the villages San Leonardo and Pedraces and is characterised by its…  read article

  2. Colfosco

    Colfosco, situated at 1,645 m asl, is the highest located village of Alta Badia.  read article

  3. Corvara

    The village of Corvara in Badia is located at 1,568 m asl at the foot of the…  read article

  4. La Val

    Enjoying and relaxing in perfect ambience at 1,353 m, in the heart of Dolomites  read article

  5. La Villa

    This picturesque village of La Villa is situated at 1,483 m asl and is also called…  read article

  6. San Cassiano

    The lovely village of San Cassiano is located at the foot of the Lagazuoi at 1,537…  read article