Choose a holiday home in the Dolomites, Italy's most spectacular mountain range. The view of steep cliffs, impressive peaks and numerous glaciers make the area so characteristic. The Italian Alps are therefore completely different from the Alps in Austria, for example. The highest point of the Dolomites is the Gruppo della Marmolada (3343 meters), also called 'Queen of the Dolomites'. From the top, you have a beautiful view over the area with at least fifteen other peaks above 3000 meters. Whether you prefer hiking or winter sports, enjoy an unforgettable holiday in Italy from your own holiday home in the Dolomites!

Your holiday home in the Dolomites, from cosy winter sports chalet to spacious flat

Be it summer or winter, Belvilla has a suitable holiday home in the Dolomites. In the heart of nature, with beautiful views over the valley, or just in a historic village. The varied offer has something for everyone. Romantic as a couple, with a group of friends or on holiday with the whole family? There is always a suitable holiday home t obe found in the Dolomites!

For those who dare: mountain hiking and climbing in the Dolomites

From your holiday home in the Dolomites you can make the most impressive walks across the Italian Alps. The high season in the Dolomites runs from mid-July to September. In this period you have the best chance of good walking weather. There are many signposted walking routes in the natural park Parco Naturale Dolomiti di Sesto. Follow the many hiking trails, or go out with a guide. The natural park Alpe di Siusi (Seiser Alm) is also a true hiking paradise. The more than 300 kilometres of footpaths pass right through the mountains and meadows. In addition to walking possibilities, there are also many organized mountain tours. A special feature are the so-called 'via ferrata tours', in which steel ladders and cables are used to pass difficult mountain passages. These tours can even go over glaciers! Enjoy walking in high atmospheres or climbing: it's all possible from your holiday home in the Dolomites.

Enjoy the beautiful nature from our holiday homes in the Dolomites

Choose a holiday home in the Dolomites, and enjoy the beautiful nature and impressive flora and fauna of the area. Visit the Parco Nazionale Fanes-Sennes, located in the heart of the Dolomites in the Trentino-South Tyrol region. This beautiful natural park is one of the largest nature reserves in Europe. If you pay close attention, you may even encounter ibex, mountain marmots or chamois. Active holidaymakers can also go climbing, rock climbing, kayaking or rafting. Or how about a mountain bike ride through the mountains? Those who prefer not to climb, can take the cable car to ascend so they can still enjoy the beautiful view. It departs from the village of Cortina d'Ampezzo, among other places. By car, you can follow adventurous car routes through the impressive mountains and beautiful valleys. In short, experience an unforgettable holiday in the beautiful nature from your holiday home in the Dolomites!

Winter sports in the Dolomites: from your holiday home on the slopes!

Experience a great winter sports holiday in Italy and stay in a cosy chalet or holiday home in the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are a winter sports destination par excellence, with Cortina d'Ampezzo as the most popular ski resort. This ski area belongs to the Dolomiti Superski, the largest interconnected ski area in Italy. With one ski pass you have access to all twelve valley areas, accounting for more than 1220 kilometres of ski run fun. Thanks to its southern location compared to the Alps, the Italian slopes are very sunny, even in the winter months. Make the most beautiful descents in this varied ski area from your holiday home in the Dolomites.

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Holiday in Dolomites - FAQs
What are the most important places to visit in Dolomites?

Alpe di Siusi, Parco Nazionale Fanes-Sennes,  Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park and Dolomiti Superski are some of the most important places to visit in Dolomites.

Any activities that I must include in my stay?

Some of the must-try activities in Dolomites are

  • Kayaking
  • Rafting
  • Skiing
  • Rock climbing
  • Hiking


If I'm coming from the UK, what are my options?

Travelers from the UK can reach Dolomites by a combination of flights, trains, buses, or shuttles.

What are the recommended dishes in Dolomites?

Some of the recommended dishes in Dolomites are Casunziei, crostoli, carfogn, strudel, and smorm.

When is the ideal time to visit Dolomites ?

The months from mid-July to September are the best time to visit Dolomites.

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