Hamlets belonging to the municipality: Palua, Sester, Cloch, Festil, Roìs, Gherghele e Sala
Etymology: 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 ancient episcopates of Trento and Bressanone, placed in 1551 in the hamlet of Palua; "Madonna con Bambino" fresco in Strada de Gherghele.
Events: Set Mases, non-competitive walk in the second half of July; A pé ta Mont, country feast in the Fuciade hollow at the beginning of August; Nativity Scene exhibition, along the village roads from Christmas to Epiphany.
Description: the characteristic village of Soraga, probably the oldest in the valley, is regarded as the first rural settlement in Val di Fassa. Anciently it was the boarder line between the princedoms of Trento and Bressanone, that governed all the villages of Val di Fassa except Moena. Tranquillity, the direct contact with nature as well as a nice playground for children and a good value price make of Soraga the ideal place for families wit children and for all those who simply want to enjoy relax away from mass tourism and the hustle and bustle of city life. A window on the Catinaccio group and the Vallaccia, Soraga is also a place of handicraft and tradition.
In winter a ski bus service links the village to the of Val di Fassa and to the points of access of the Dolomiti Superski carousels. skiers can ski on the Marcialonga slope.
In summer Soraga is a paradise for and for those who want to go for a in full immersion with nature.
And now a small curiosity: the famous Alpe di Fuciade, marvellous valley at the feet of the Costabella in the area of San Pellegrino Pass belongs to the municipality of Soraga.
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