Dolomites - UNESCO World Heritage

South Tyrol: sweet and sour, isolated, cosmopolitan, high sky and earthy …

This is South Tyrol, the land on the sunny side of the Alps. With this magical land every tourist also joins the pale mountains, the Dolomites. These ocean giants once grew like coral reefs in a prehistoric sea. Today, their jagged rock masses extend over 3,000 meters high into the sky. Those who love the view to the south can see the jagged peaks of the Braies Dolomites, while the Seekofel with its rectangular nose emphasizes the silhouette on the horizon.

These magical mountains change face, color, brightness several times a day over the year; sometimes fiery red and within reach, sometimes sparkling white small and far away. Each intense gaze gives the idea of the infinity of the mountains and makes every hiker's heart beat faster. Anyone who ventures and captures the colorful floral splendor and foresight loses his heart forever. The pale mountains will not let go, the desire increases ...

The Three Peaks and the Sesto and Braies Dolomites are easily accessible and are the highlights of any holiday.

The Dolomites are UNESCO World Heritage - a mission and commitment for all of us.

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