Belluno Dolomites

The Dolomites were declared a World Heritage Site on 26 June 2009 by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee.
The World Heritage natural site comprises nine mountain systems in the Italian Alps, a series of unique mountain landscapes of outstanding natural beauty: Pelmo and Croda da Lago (Belluno); Marmolada (Belluno and Trento); Pale di San Martino, San Lucano, Dolomiti Bellunesi, Vette Feltrine (Belluno, Trento); Dolomiti Friulane and d’Oltre Piave (Pordenone, Udine); Dolomiti Settentrionali (Belluno, Bolzano), a mountain group consisting of four main areas the Sesto-Cadini Dolomites, the Braies-Senes-Fanes groups with the Tofane, Cristallo and the Cadore Dolomites; Puez – Odle (Bolzano); Sciliar, Catinaccio and Latemar (Trento, Bolzano); Brenta Dolomites (Trento); Bletterbach (Bolzano).

The Belluno Dolomites therefore include the major Dolomite groups, such as the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Civetta, Moiazza, Marmolada, Tofane, Sorapis, and Croda Rossa d’Ampezzo.


The Valbelluna includes the southern part of the province of Belluno, along the course of the river Piave, and is an area dominated by the peaks of the Schiara Group, Monte Serva and the Monti del Sole. These are difficult and sometimes inaccessible environments, but they become an attraction for those who love trekking in the high mountains far from mass tourism.
Part of the Valbelluna falls within the boundaries of the Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park, the largest ‘wilderness’ area in north-eastern Italy, but there are also other precious nature gems such as the Monte Faverghera Integral Reserve and the Valmorel and Vedana biotopes.
The Alpe del Nevegal is the ideal destination for summer and winter holidays and offers trekking, mountain biking and horse riding. Those who enjoy cultural visits will stop off in Belluno, ‘the little Venice of the mountains’; or in medieval Feltre; or in Mel, a hamlet of the municipality of Borgo Valbelluna, which is part of the Club of the Most Beautiful Villages in Italy.

Tourism Consortium Dolomiti Prealpi


Auronzo and Misurina are located in the system of the Northern Dolomites, with its 78,767 hectares (53,586 core area and 25,181 buffer area) the largest area among the nine that make up the World Heritage Dolomites.
The system, shared by the provinces of Belluno and Bolzano and delimited by the Pusteria, Sesto, Badia, San Cassiano, Boite and Piave valleys, includes some of the most famous groups of the Alps: from the Tre Cime di Lavaredo to the Cadini di Misurina, from Sorapìss to Monte Cristallo, from Marmarole to Antelao, from. Croda dei Toni to Popera.

Auronzo di Cadore is a renowned holiday resort in the Belluno Dolomites.
Situated in the northernmost part of Veneto, near Cortina, Comelico and Alta Pusteria, it lies at about 900 metres above sea level along the left bank of Lake Santa Caterina.
Surrounded by woods and some of the most beautiful Dolomite groups, with the Tre Cime di Lavaredo in the background, Auronzo is the ideal destination for a holiday of relaxation and physical activity.
The Consorzio Turistico Tre Cime Dolomiti (Three Peaks Dolomites Tourist Consortium) has been dedicated since 1989 to the realisation of tourist promotional initiatives in order to offer you the greatest number of opportunities for your free time.

Tradition, art, sport, culture and flavours always in balance between respect for the territory and nature.
In every season, choosing Auronzo and Misurina for your holiday meets the need to search for lost time. In Auronzo and Misurina the tourist can find himself in a different dimension, new and ancient at the same time, certainly exciting, capable of regenerating in a profound sense… which is ultimately the very meaning of a holiday!


Tourism Consortium Tre Cime Dolomiti




Authentic, true nature, just a few kilometres from the major communication routes, wide open spaces where rich fauna and lush flora live, amidst wild forests and broad pastures, dominated by the elegant Dolomite massifs: welcome to Val di Zoldo, in the Dolomites. Whoever relates to its mountains can enter into spaces between close and grandiose rocks, or come across vast openings, with distant massifs, capable of conveying a wide breath. In summer, the valley is a fascinating destination for high altitude excursions, on Pelmo, Civetta, Moiazza, but also Spiz di Mezzodì, Tamer, San Sebastiano and Bosconero. In winter it is a destination for fans of downhill skiing, mountaineering, cross-country skiing, and thanks to the new Palafavera platform, biathlon. A paradise of fresh, powdery snow, it is also ideal for those who want to discover unexplored itineraries with a snowshoe hike, or simply snuggle up in the warmth of the area’s refreshments and open refuges. The Consortium was established in 2011, with the aim of promoting the area, opening up to national and foreign markets, and collaborating with other major consortia, in order to publicise and represent the Val di Zoldo Dolomites in every aspect and value, cultural, landscape, historical and environmental.

Tourism Consortium Val di Zoldo

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