Churches, chapels and old mills - there are several sights and points of interest the Alta Badia has to offer. One highlight is undoubtedly the Santa Croce (Holy Cross) Pilgrimage Church.

Beneath the majestic rock faces of Mt. Sasso di Santa Croce (2,907 m a.s.l.) there’s La Crusc, the lovely mountain hut with its pilgrimage church. Also the Mill Valley near Longiaru, known as Val di Morins, is well-known. Furthermore the parish churches of Corvara and Colfosco as well as the St. Barbara Chapel, enthroning a hill above La Val, are worthwhile places you absolutely have to visit.

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