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Hamlets belonging to the municipality: PianEtymology: Campitello, form the Latin word "campus", small field.Points of interest: ancient Ladin agro pastoral hamlet called "Pian" in Strèda de Pian; Via Crucis from the parish church to the hamlet of Pian along "Viel de Gejia"; Santi Filippo e Giacomo Church (founded in 1245) on Pontaa de Gejia; "Erc veies da n’outa", showcase of old work tools in Piaz Veie; "L ...[continue]


Hamlets belonging to the municipality: Gries, Alba e PeniaEtymology: Canazei comes from the Latin word "cannacetum", "groove of reeds". Probably there was a marsh created by the periodic overflowing of the stream Avisio.Points of interest: San Floriano Church (founded in 1570) in Piaz de Sèn Florian; Canazei Town Hall by the architect Ettore Sottsass senior (end of the twenties, renovated in 1998) in Piaz Marconi; frescoes ...[continue]


Description: the Passo Fedaia (2.054 m), 13 km far from Canazei, is dominated by the Fedaia Lake, a huge 2 km long dike, on the foot of the Marmolada glacier, the Queen of the Dolomites. The highest peak of the Marmolada, Punta Penìa, at an altitude of 3.343 meters, is part of the history of world alpinism and climbing, becoming a classic among Alpine itineraries.The Glacier, the biggest one in the ...[continue]


Description: Costalunga Pass stands as a landline between Trentino and Alto Adige, the Val d’Ega and the Val di Fassa. Widely known as a holiday resort, the pass is 8 km far from the village of Vigo di Fassa.Costalunga Pass is surrounded by the Catinaccio and the Latemar groups and offers a wide range of summer activities, such as relaxing walks, hikes, mountain biking, horse riding and golf, ...[continue]


Hamlets belonging to the municipality: Campestrin, FontanazzoEtymology: the origin of the name is not sure and rather controversial, it derives probably from the Latin word "Macinus", mill.Points of interest: S. Maria Maddalena Church (1573) in Strèda de Capitel del Moro; Ciasa Cassàn (ancient inn, 1785) and Ciasa Costazza (home to vicars from 1484) in Strèda de Udai; Doss dei Pigui (4th century BC ...[continue]


Hamlets belonging to the municipality: Forno, Pezzè, Sorte and Someda Etymology: Moena was called in ancient times "Mojena", from the Latin word "Molis", damp soil/ wetland. In fact, the symbol of the town is a boater.Points of interest: San Volfango Church (founded in 1025) in Troi de Gejia; San Vigilio Church (founded in 1164, extended in 1534 and renovated in 1600 and 1929) in Troi de Sèn Vile; the Turkish ...[continue]


Description: it is one of the four passes of the Strada delle Dolomiti, built at the beginning of the 20th century to link Bolzano with Cortina that helped in the developing of  tourism in the Ladin valleys. A road with 28 bends (12 km from Canazei), loved by motorcyclists, leads to Pordoi Pass, where the eye is captured by the Sassolungo and the Sella group, with a view on the Marmolada glacier.The pass is enclosed between ...[continue]


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 ...[continue]


Description: on the boarder between the Province of Trento and Belluno, San Pellegrino Pass is a place immersed in the green and surrounded by spectacular peaks, 11 km far from the village of Moena.In summer one can discover the local fauna and history on the side of the Costabella, the Monzoni group, the Col Margherita and the Cima Bocche. The site is rich in rests of the First World War, with tunnels and trenches ...[continue]


Description: the Sella group looks like a huge stoned castle in the heart of the 4 Ladin valleys. That’s why the Sella Pass is one of the most famous passes in the Dolomites, far only 12 km from Canazei and linking the Val di Fassa to the Val Gardena. From here one can enjoy a unique view, the landscape is dominated by the Sella Towers, the Mesules barrier, and from the Sassolungo group, reaching an altitude of 3.181 m. The area is ...[continue]


Hamlets belonging to the municipality: Vigo di Fassa, Pozza di Fassa, Pera di FassaEtymology: Sèn Jan is the Ladin name of St. John the BaptistPoints of interest: Pieve di San Giovanni (founded between the 8th-9th century, extended in 1400 and renovated in 2008) in the hamlet of San Giovanni; Santa Giuliana Church (founded in 1237 and rebuilt in 1519) and the Austro Hungarian War cemetery 1914-1918 reachable from Strada de ...[continue]


Hamlets belonging to the municipality: Palua, Sester, Cloch, Festil, Roìs, Gherghele e SalaEtymology: Soraga from the Latin word "super aquam", above the waters, since the village lies on the left side of the stream Avisio.Points of interest: Santi Pietro e Paolo Church (founded between 1512-1536) in Strada de la Gejia; Madonna Immacolata Church in the hamlet of Barbide (Strada de do Parè); Boundary stone between the ...[continue]


Hamlets belonging to the municipality: San Giovanni, Tamion, Vallonga Etymology: Vigo, from the Latin word "vicus", village.Points of interest: Santa Giuliana Church (founded in 1237 and rebuilt in 1519) reached from Strada de Sènt’Uiana; Austro Hungarian War cemetery 1914-1918 reached from Strada de Sènt’Uiana; Pieve di San Giovanni (founded between the 8th-9th century, extended in 1400 and renovated ...[continue]


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