Escape to the Alps with a luxurious ski vacation in Selva di Val Gardena. Gorgeous mountains loom over world-class hotels and quaint B&Bs, all dedicated to giving you the most indulgent stay imaginable. Local craftsmen pore over intricate wood carvings that have come to epitomize the artistry of Selva di Val Gardena. Of course, winter sports are the purest art form here, with perfect powder for skiers and snowboarders to plow through.
Restaurants in Selva di Val Gardena
5 based on 1 reviews
Uncomparable with many places a lot more famous in Europe, it has absolutely nothing to envy. Hundreds of km of slopes, well maintained with good and well maintained lifts, chalets and restaurants serve excellent food and the scenery of the dolomites is just breathtaking
4.5 based on 141 reviews
We came to Monte Pana en route to Alpe di Suisse. We explored the area checking for a good rustic type restaurant but with no success. The scenery is beautiful but that goes without saying for the whole Dolomiti region.
4.5 based on 127 reviews
Have just returned from another excellent ski trip to this most stunning area and once again have been impressed by the Dolomiti Superski company and there ability to keep nearly all the vast ski pistes open despite the lack of natural snow. They work tirelessly to ensure an excellent skiing experience and I hope for their sakes they get some natural snow soon so they can have a rest! It must be very frustrating when the rest of Europe appears to be getting tons of snow. Regardless of that, the pistes were well maintained and we were able to ski the Sella Ronda in both directions, do the 'James Bond' 10.2 km run and the Hidden Valley so well worth the lift pass fee. As usual, the Mountains looked their best in glorious Sunshine and looked amazing as the sunset. Additionally, the great value restaurants dotted in numerous places throughout the area allowed for some very enjoyable lunches served by extremely friendly locals. This is, by far, one of the most beautiful places to visit with extensive skiing that, in my opinion, is hard to better even without natural snow.
4.5 based on 227 reviews
This beautiful old church is set amongst the woods on the side of the valley, with views towards the Mountains. Approach along the well-maintained footpath from Santa Cristina, along which boards tell the story of San Giacomo, with illustrations by local schoolchildren.
5 based on 262 reviews
4.5 based on 178 reviews
You gotta walk for a while for get there! But when you ll finish you ll enjoy deeply Mountains vibes! Maybe the best mountain valley i ve ever seen in my life, I used to go with my family since i was a kid! and it still a traditional trip right now! Really check it out in summer, you could also stop in there eating some amazing regional food!!
5 based on 532 reviews
This is a very heavily traveled auto pass, and places to park in order to stop for picture taking are scarce. That said, this is a spectacular location--not to be missed on any Dolomite vacation trip. I visited Sella Pass on an almost daily basis as I stayed in Wolkenstein/Selva for 10 days.
4 based on 183 reviews
Built in 1888 as one of the first mountain huts in Val Gardena. It's located on the sunny side in the middle of the Nature Park Puez-Odle with a stunning view on the Sassolungo and on the Odle Mountains. Perfect starting point for different walkings and hikings. The kitchen offers fresh local dishes and there is the chance to sleep in rooms or dormitories. Open in summer from 1st June until mid of October.
This place was crammed when we visited on a sunny August day. I ordered Kaiserschmarrn (a local thick pancake) with cranberries and enjoyed the meal with a pint of local lager. I would suggest that this establishment is filed under restaurants rather than attractions.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We have visited this area twice now and it never disappoints. The pedestrian zone has a lovely ambience about it and the shops & restaurants leave you with lots of choices. The tourist information is towards the end of the strip.
The hotels provide you with a Mobility Card which provides you with free bus travel in the area which was a real bonus as we were about 800 metres out of the main strip.
4.5 based on 183 reviews
Take your arrival day to become acquainted with this most gorgeous Ladin Valley in the Dolomites with a walk through the tiny town of Corvara and head west to Cascade del Pisciadu. In less than an hour through rolling forest on a typical granular trail you will arrive to a wonderful double falls adjacent to a wide Meadow on the way to Past Gardena.
The falls are majestic, maybe 150 meters high flowing through the common rock sites of these unique Mountains. A small pool and spray await you after a tiny climb to its base.
For those wishing a more challenging ascent to the pass, continue west up avalanche terrain or head north from the falls to the base of the gondola for an incredibly scenic ride (with midway station) to the top of the Paso Gardena, Jimmy's Huitte for lunch or apris hiking and views of the Val Gardena and back to Val Badia and Corvara / Colfosco villages.
On the south side of the valley is a famed via ferrata called Tridentia with a hanging bridge for the most adventurous; call Badia Guides for info.
It would have been quite awesome if a via ferrata had been created up the Sella Massif around the fall itself!
We can't wait to return and express the Sella Massif and more of this area.
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