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The Dolomites of San Martino di Castrozza

The most beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site: the Dolomites

“With their multitude of rock walls, towers, peaks, ranges and ridges, the Dolomites are an irresistible attraction for anyone who loves mountains. Their imaginative and changeable shape, the continual changing of the colours, the contrast between the gentle meadows and the verticality of the rock face create a charming picture that knows no equals”.

This declaration of love for the Dolomites comes from one of the greatest mountain lovers and experts, Reinhold Messner, and if he says it, you have to believe him, right?

Exploring these mountains

The Dolomites are luminous and colourful fairy tale-like mountains that were architecturally shaped and formed over 205 millions years ago by a primordial sea, and are made up of the remains of fossilized coral reefs, today rising up into the sky for more than 3000 metres

Their name comes from from the French Naturist Déodat de Dolomieu who was the first to study this kind of rock.

Why the pale mountains?

The Dolomites are also known as the “Pale Mountains” due to the translucent texture that they take on in the moonlight, while at sunset – in summer especially – they become tinged with inflamed red during Enrosadira – Alpenglow – the famous phenomenon that paints the peaks of the Dolomites pink.

San Martino Pala Mountain Range

Let yourself be enthralled by the magic of the San Martino Pala Mountains, the largest mountain range in the Dolomites. Wherever you turn, there they are, touching the sky. The famous mountains, from Cimon della Pala to Vezzana, from Rosetta to Pala, from Sass Maor to Madonna.
But the part that fascinates everyone, especially today is the Pale Plateau: a moon-like place, a mysterious plateau of stone suspended 2,700 metres high, a thrill you just have to take in.

The Dolomites became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in June 2009, which is an additional reason for organising a holiday in a San Martino di Castrozza hotel.
True hospitality
"We are returning here year after year ever since we discovered this hotel by accident. It is in a mountain village surrounded by spectacular scenery. This family run hotel captured our hearts from our very first visit and we can’t stop returning. The restaurant has charming atmosphere, an excellent and varied menu to choose and the staff are most obliging and warm. The rooms are elelgant in the mountain style and very clean. The hotel has its own car park which is free. We normally go in summer for mountain walking. This is in a mountain village situated at a higher level than the tallest mountain in the U.K. Our experience is that one usually need to book well in advance. I hope not too many people follow my advice in case we can’t find a room for ourselves "
Senseandsensibility |
12/03/2019
Numerous 3-star superior hotel amenities, and perhaps a little something extra!