La frazione di Sorte, nel comune di Moena, ricoperta dalla neve | © Nicola Angeli - Archivio Immagini ApT Val di Fassa

Town by town

Experience the warmth of Ladin culture in the heart of the Fassa Dolomites

magical villages

Discover the delights of a land that has preserved its identity over the centuries, while also maintaining a flair for hospitality you're unlikely to find anywhere else. Learn the history of the local people and relax into their warm welcome. The seven picturesque villages of the Fassa Valley await you! 
Set off on an exciting journey. Benvegnù (welcome) to our home!

Campitello di Fassa

Campitello, the first village to be inhabited in the Fassa Valley, is all about mountaineering. It has been the destination of choice for the pioneers of the Dolomites since the nineteenth century. The mountaineering tradition thrives here, and even today, the "Festival of the Mountain Men" is still celebrated in mid-August.

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Canazei, one of the most popular resorts in the Fassa Valley, owes its fame to its stunning location, nestling amid the rocky backdrop of the Sella and the Queen of the Dolomites: the Marmolada (3343 m).

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Only a few traces remain of the water mills that once stood on the banks of the Ruf de Udai in Mazzin. With just over 500 inhabitants, this is the smallest village in the Fassa Valley and has some of the oldest buildings in the area.

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So beautiful that it is known as the "Fairy of the Dolomites", Moena lies between the Latemar and Vallaccia Groups and the foothills of the Karerpass (Costalunga Pass). Its large, lively town squares make it one of the most popular tourist centres in the Valley.

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Pozza di Fassa

Located at the widest point of the Fassa Valley, Pozza is known for the Aloch sulphur spring. This is the only thermal spring of its kind in Trentino: immerse yourself in the water after spending a day at the Buffaure ski area.

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Soraga di Fassa

For centuries, Soraga has been the border between the Episcopal principality of Trento and that of Brixen, uniting seven historic farmsteads which still give their name to its different perspectives. The small town is reflected in its Lach (lake), from which you can admire the Sassolungo and the Catinaccio.

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Vigo di Fassa

For centuries the religious and political capital of the Valley, Vigo is still home to the headquarters of the Comun General de Fascia, the Cultural Institute and the Ladin Museum. The spires on the bell towers of Santa Giuliana and Pieve di Sèn Jan are your guides and sentinels.

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Getting to Val di Fassa

The villages of the Val di Fassa are easy to reach thanks to their geographical position and proximity to the main communication routes. In this section you will find all the information you need to plan your holiday in the Trentino Dolomites in the best possible way. We are waiting for you!

How to get there
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