Horse-drawn carriage in Wonderland

Clanging bells, an incredible view, a stunning alpine scenery dressed with its soft, white blanket. A romantic trip for two, or ¬†for families that want to make adults and kids happy and relaxed: in the Dolomites this is the experience you can’t miss during winter, especially in a place like this pasture where cars are not allowed and Nature is the Queen.

A memory to cherish, a moment of “affordable luxury”, the way we call it.

Our partners can take you to best huts of the area for the most incredible lunch you’ve ever had, but they can also arrange small trips of half an hour for you to take pictures or enjoy the fresh air.

Let yourself be carried away by a peaceful landscape, listening to the relaxing sound of the bells and the hooves of the horses….

Prices: from 30 euros up to 130 euros, depending on the length of the trip.

Sellaronda ski tour

Whether you are an excellent skier or just a mountain lover that loves taking pictures moving around with the skis, you’ll absolutely love this ski tour.

We’re talking about a circuit on skis around the Sella massif, an average of 26km of downhill runs that you can ski clockwise or anti clockwise, discovering the beauty of four wonderful Dolomites’ passes: Sella, Gardena, Campolongo and Pordoi. The spots where you can start from are innumerable, exactly like the slopes that you’ll find all around the circuit: some of these are famous all over the world, like the breathtaking Gran Risa leading you to the lovely town of La Villa or the challenging Saslong a few steps from the little village of Santa Cristina.

The landscape will change and surprise you around every single corner, giving you the feeling of a unique experience.

Let’s not forget to mention the gourmet-huts you’ll find all along the route: homemade pasta with truffle, fresh fish, organic meat, an ancient tradition of homemade cakes, carefully baked using the best ingredients.

Any skier interested in this ski tour must be fit and must carry the proper ski gear, even if the runs themselves are middling difficulty rather than advanced. We also suggest that our guests start no later than 10am and reach the last pass at 3:30pm so that they won’t miss the last ski-lifts.

For further information and suggestions about the slopes, about the best spots for a comfort tea or an unforgettable lunch, do not hesitate to send us an email or to give us a call.