The highest picturesque village in the Dolomites, Selva Gardena (Selva Val Gardena) extends to the foot of the Sella massif and offers winter sports enthusiasts easy access to 175 km of pistes in its own ski area in addition to the Superski Dolomiti area.
A very popular ski resort in north-western Italy, Selva di Val Gardena, more commonly known as Selva Gardena, is home to around 2,600 year-round inhabitants. The municipality is located in Trentino at an elevation of 1,500 m, earning it the title of highest municipality in the Dolomites.
Refined architecture is part of the charm of the little village of Selva Gardena. Indeed, the town has always kept a careful eye on the construction of holiday apartment complexes. This explains why you will see many kinds of accommodations, all of which complement the regional styles: timber beams, white facades, exposed stones, etc. A wander through these streets is delightful.
Families with children can avail of many activities: the Christmas market, snowman building competitions, ice-skating, etc. And grown-ups looking for an active holiday can enjoy snowshoeing – and skiing of course!
Val Gardena is seen by winter sports enthusiasts as a little piece of heaven. Indeed, this resort offers access to ski terrain featuring more than 175 km of pistes for all ability levels and an impressive vertical drop of 1,000 m.
Families looking for easy runs should head to the Alpe di Siusi where wide easy slopes and amazing viewpoints over the Sella and Sassolungo await. Fans of competitive skiing will want to attend two events held each winter: the Super G and the men’s downhill!
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- Picturesque and authentic resort
Ski terrain with pistes suitable for all abilities
Fabulous viewpoints and scenery
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