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Summer in the Dolomites

When the snow melts, the Dolomites become a beautiful playground for active folk and those seeking a peaceful and picturesque escape. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Dolomites offers dramatic landscapes with lots of sunshine and mild temperatures, perfect for outdoor pursuits. The Dolomites offers an array of activities from mountain biking to horse riding to rock climbing.

The Dolomites consists of 9 mountain ranges located in different Italian regions. Each region offers its own program of activities to help you explore which is made all the easier by an extensive network of lift facilities.

It offers family friendly hiking trails, parks, outdoor swimming, climbing and bike trails as well as more adrenaline seeking pursuits. The famous Sella Ronda circuit can also be explored by bike during the summer months.

The warm hospitality and stunning scenery make the Dolomites a great place to take a break, relax and rejuvenate - you can do as much or as little as you want.

The language and culture is an enchanting mix of Italian, German and Ladin which adds to the unique nature of this incredibly enriching destination.

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