World famous for its slopes (The Ski World Cup occurs in Alta Badia annually ), the Dolomites might seem like an improbable summer/autumn destination but they are actually home to a number of the most breathtaking views that hiking enthusiasts and novices alike can’t get enough of. Alta Badia unites the best of the two cultures and is famed for its gourmet Mediterranean gastronomy. With a number of the world’s finest mountain finest restaurants, every luxury eatery boasts dishes designed by Michelin star chefs, such as the Ütia p Bioch Hütte that functions Norbert Niederkofler’s mouthwatering Tortelli pasta stuffed with the area’s local meat, Speck and ricotta or Rifugio Col Alt — I promise you won’t struggle to find somewhere completely fantastic to eat.
Unwind following an activity-filled day at Hotel Sassongher having an ultra-relaxing spa that contains numerous laps in every shape and form. The 5* resort lets you book half-board rooms that includes dinner and breakfast, with a built-in menu of delicious dishes that will make sure you leave full to the brim. The converted farm house made in an antique-y and quirky style is renowned for its air where every night the iconic hotel singer Carmelo is on the piano, enjoying your favorite karaoke tracks and getting the entire place singing and dancing.