Hamlets belonging to the municipality: Pera di Fassa, Monzon
Etymology: Pozza derives from the Latin word "Puteus", pit.
Points of interest: San Nicolò Church (founded in 1443) in Piaza de Sèn Nicolò; Santa Maria Ausiliatrice Church (founded in 1957) in Strada de la Madona de l’aiut; "Torn", a defensive tower from the 17th century in Strada de la Torn; Spa water spring on Strada di Bagnes; the Art Institute "G. Soraperra" building by the architect E. Sottsass senior (1941) in Strada G. Soraperra; San Lorenzo Church (founded in 1603) in Strada Tita Piaz, Pera; "L Molin de Pezol" old watermill in Strada Jumela and "L Malghier" by the local dairy, both separated sections of the Ladin Museum; Via Crucis from Pera to Monzon along the Troi de le stazion; Monzon and Ronch, high altitude ladin settlements reached from Troi de le stazion and Strada de Rodel; Santa Giuliana Chapel (1573) in Strada Tita Piaz, Pera.
Events: Festa ta Mont, this event celebrates the epic myths and legends of the "Realm of Fanes" with theatrical folk shows in the San Nicolò Valley during the first days of August; A spas co la Mùsega, a few evenings in July and August Strada Meida is transformed into a cosy stage for music bands; Festa di San Lorenzo, on the 10th of August there is the lovely village fair in honour of the patron saint of Pera; Alpine Ski European Cup, in mid-December the "Ski Stadium Val di Fassa" is the hub of male and female alpine skiing trails; Carnevale, fancy dress parade along the town streets, on Shrove Tuesday.
Description: Pozza is located in the heart of Val di Fassa, surrounded by the Cima Undici and Cima Dodici, with a fantastic view on the Torri del Vajolet.
Thanks to a sulphuric source, unique in Trentino, the and the newest QC Terme Dolomiti resort are the ideal places for those who want to spend a healty and relaxing holiday regenerating body and mind.
The Val San Nicolò is famous in summer among climbers and walkers, offering a great for all the family members leading to Valle del Vajolet and Val Monzoni and is very popular in winter for its huts open at night with food and entertainment.
The with its 23 km slopes is a winter paradise for ski fans, with one of the longest slopes in the whole valley, starting at 2,050 m and leading back to town. From the cabins of the Buffaure lift one can enjoy a 360° view on the Catinaccio, the Latemar, the Sassolungo group, the Monzoni chain and the Val Giumela. Thanks to the direct link to the Ciampac ski area, the Buffaure is closer to the Belvedere ski area than ever, in fact, one can ski down to Alba di Canazei and reach the starting point of the Sellaronda, Canazei, in a few minutes by the funifor "Alba-Col dei Rossi". The Ski Stadium Val di Fassa, lighted at night, is open for and hosts important international competition and the training of the Italian Ski Team. The is the ideal place to practise sport in contact with nature, far from the hustle and bustle of the city life.
In Pera di Fassa, 1 km far from Pozza, birthplace of Tita Piaz, the first alpinist nicknamed as "The Devil of the Dolomites", one can see Hotel Rizzi, an historical building, attended in the past by princes and important personalities.
Opening times Information Office Pozza di Fassa from June 12th:
every day 8.30 a.m. - 12.30 p.m. and 3.00 p.m. - 7.00 p.m.
Opening times Information Office Pozza di Fassa from April 2nd:
from Monday to Saturday 8.30 a.m. - 12.30 p.m. and 2.30 p.m. - 6.30 p.m.
Sundays and Holidays closed