Summer in the Dolomites
and the breathtaking countryside around this Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site are best discovered by getting out and about: Outdoor fans who want to explore the Dolomites in summer, the incredible wealth of flora and the majestic mountain peaks, can take their pick between hiking
the length and breadth of Europe’s largest mountain plateau. And all so close to the capital of the Dolomites, Bolzano. 300 days of sun a year, the mild climate and the differing altitudes make the Seiser Alm the ideal destination for a summer holiday in the Dolomites. And with modern cable car facilities and good bus connections, getting around on your holiday couldn’t be easier.
The mild climate
in the heart of the incredible Dolomite Mountains is not the only Alpine-Mediterranean blend you will find; the culinary offer of the area fuses Alpine and Mediterranean tastes
, and the result is an outstanding cuisine which is the hallmark of the Seiser Alm holiday area. Alongside the welcoming family atmosphere and exceptional architecture, the local delicacies guarantee that fabulous summer holiday feeling.