Come and discover the beauty and fascinating traditions of the Comelico area with a holiday on the Dolomites. You'll find enchanting landscapes and opportunities to satisfy your desire for nature, history and the arts, not forgetting the extraordinary wealth of genuine flavours that Sappada and the surrounding areas offers its guests during a vacation on the Dolomites.
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The Visdende Valley
La Val Visdende - The Visdende valleyRead More »
The Visdende valley is an natural area of particular interest because of its morphologic structure
and the variety and abundance of ist flowers and animals. It provides its visitors with a wellmarked,
extensive network of paths and routes which cater for beginners and experts. Easy
approach promenades, riding or by mountain bike, trough amazing fields and forests as well as
high-level excursions, which require suitable trekking equipment and best training.
From the bottom of this valley goes up a closed approch track to the Canale (1250mt.) mountain
top , first stage along the wide hollow surrounded by the Crode del Longerin, last bulwark of the
Dolomites, and by the Carnica crest, which embrace the Peralba massive and the Rinaldo
A corner of paradise, not only just for those who love peace and nature, as this place is the result
of the laborious engraving long-standing action of glaciars and rivers.
A very scenic and delightful landscape characterize its fields, forests and mountain tops, whose
colors sparkle radiant with countless harmonies of light reflections.
Santo Stefano di Cadore
Santo Stefano di CadoreRead More »
Lively shopping centre located at a hight of 900 mt at the confluence between the rivers Piave and
Padola, which includes the hamlets of Campologo, Casada and Costalissoio.
Of particular interest is also the first parish church built up in Comelico and completed in the
XV ° and XVII° century, the historic mansions and the relaxing walks immersed in an amazing
nature surrounded by the typical landscapes of the Dolomites.
San Pietro di Cadore
S. Pietro di CadoreRead More »
This peaceful place boasts about the magnificient seventeenth-century "Poli" Palace well
conserved and splendidly painted in fresco.
In Presenaio can be wondered the little church of San Wolfgang built in the year 1430. During
traditional celebrations and festivities the church will be open for visitors.
San pietro di Cadore includes the hamltes of Mare, Presenaio, Valle and Costalta. The
extraordinary Val Visdende valley can be reached from Costalta over extensive forestry paths
followed by alpine walks mainly on danger-free tracks.
Danta di Cadore
Danta di CadoreRead More »
Its bell tower and the interesting Church of SS. Rocco and Sebastiano characterize the highest
village in Comelico. The local peat-bogs with their typical animal and plant life are an attraction
which traditionally tourists do not want to miss.
San Nicolò di Cadore
San Nicolò di ComelicoRead More »
A small town characterized by the astounding gothic church built in the year 1199. A beautiful,
very scenic road with a panoramic view on the mountains of the Aiamola takes from San Nicolò