Moena, Val di Fassa and the Dolomites:
a truly unique Scene
Moena: welcome to the Fairy of the Dolomites
Located in Val di Fassa, Moena is the perfect destination for all mountain lovers, adults as well as children, who are looking for a stay in the pursuit of nature, sport, fun, relaxation and speciality food and wine: a fantastic mix to make your holiday special!
Moena appears from the heart of the Dolomites, surrounded by breath-taking panoramas: to the north, the Sella group with the Sassolungo and the Sassopiatto; to the east, the Monzoni and the San Pellegrino; to the south the Sas da Mezdì; to the west/north-west the tip of the Latemar and the sharp spires of the Cantinaccio.
Moena's ski area - Ski Area Alpe Luisa e Passo San Pellegrino - forms part of Dolomiti Superski, the biggest skiing circuit in the world, which will stun you with its modern ski lifts and its perfectly snow-covered slopes.
Moena is a perfect starting point for beautiful hikes within reach of everyone and for a variety of routes that can be explored by mountain bike or road bike, starting with the Dolomites cycle path which crosses the Fassa and Fiemme valleys, running 48km in length.
In Moena, you can immerse yourself in Ladin culture and tradition, visiting the town's neighbourhoods and districts. The historic city centre encourages you to take a walk, poking around in between the windows of shops selling crafts, typical local products and clothing.
Allow yourself an unforgettable holiday! Moena is waiting for you!
Val di Fassa - located in the north-east of the Trentino region, bordering the provinces of Bolzano (South Tyrol) and Belluno (Veneto) - is surrounded by some of the most important mountain ranges in the Dolomites: the Marmolada, the Sella Group, the Sassolungo Group, the Catinaccio group.
"The Dolomites may not be the tallest mountains in the world, but they are certainly the most beautiful"
– Reinhold Messner –
DOLOMITES UNESCO HERITAGE SITE
The Dolomites are unique mountains of outstanding natural beauty!
On 26th June 2009, UNESCO listed the Dolomites as a natural World Heritage site.
With their multitude of rock faces, towers, spires, gorges and ridges, the Dolomites are an irresistible attraction for anyone who loves the mountains. At sunset and sunrise, the distinctive dolomite rock takes on striking pinkish hues.
Discovering the Dolomites is an incredible emotion!