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Agriturismo Dolomites 

Mountains, lakes, charming towns and villages . . . All of these are found in the Dolomites.  Ideal if you like combining sporty activities and Mediterranean enjoyment. Experience the real Italian lifestyle, surrounded by dramatic peaks and lush green valleys. Now is the time to book an agriturismo in the Dolomites with My Italy. I – Margot – have visited the region many times and have personally selected all these lovely properties. 


The Dolomites: World Heritage 

The Dolomites contain some of the most beautiful landscape in the world. The whole region is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The mountains are famous for their jagged shapes and sheer rock faces. The highest, Marmolada, is a whopping 3342 metres. And there are fifteen other peaks over 3,000 metres. Wherever you go, you will marvel at the spectacular mountain scenery.

Even though you’re in Italy, you’ll mostly hear German here. The towns all have two names, which may turn out to be very similar, like Brunico and Bruneck, or widely different, like Orisei and Sankt Ulrich. The area in the south around the city of Trento is called Trentino. The area around the city of Bolzano in the north is called Alto Adige or Südtirol. The entire region is usually known as Trentino-Südtirol (South Tyrol).


The choice for an active holiday 

The Dolomites are perfect for an active holiday. If you are a nature lover who likes hiking in the mountains, then this is the region to go to. Numerous hiking tracks wind through verdant valleys past towering crags. Glide upwards in a gondola and enjoy the tingling fresh mountain air. And a scrumptious lunch in one of the many mountain huts. 


Playgrounds, climbing parks and more for children to do 

There are enough fun things to do for children too.There are playgrounds and climbing parks everywhere. Both up in the mountains and in the valleys, outdoors and indoors. Zoom down an exciting toboggan run. Conquer the water in a whitewater raft. And jump around in one of the fun trampoline parks. Fun for all ages!


Into the mountains on electric mountain bikes

Are you a keen cyclist? Exploring the Dolomites by bike is open to everyone in these days of electric mountain bikes. You’ll find bike rent shops in nearly every village. They will also give you advice on the best tracks for cycling that suit your level. A great option for an active day for the two of you, or the whole family. 


1200 kilometres of ski slopes 

With its 1200 kilometres of ski slopes, the Dolomiti Superski is the largest skiing area in the world. There are smaller ski areas everywhere, so you’ll always find something suitable near your agriturismo, and there are ski runs for every level, from beginners to advanced.


Fun towns, good food

You can combine town and country with no trouble at all. There are lots of lovely places to visit, for instance Trento, Merano, Brunico, Orisei and Canazei. And the region is strewn with many other interesting, smiling towns and villages. You will find terraces, bars, and tempting shops. 

The region is also famous for its cuisine. A hearty breakfast is the standard start to the day. Many hotels offer half-board or even full-board stays. The agriturismos have convivial stubes where you can enjoy local dishes such as strudel, speck (a kind of cured ham), a range of pastas and of course krauti (sauerkraut). Trentino can also more than hold its own as a wine region. The local wines enjoy a widening fame. Gewürztraminer, for instance, Pinot Grigio, Lagrein and Pinot Nero. 


A comfortable agriturismo in the Dolomites

I have selected for you a number of small, rurally situated hotels and beautiful agriturismos in the Dolomites. Whichever you choose, you will have a great holiday. It's not suprise that My Italy is the number 1 in agriturismo Italy. An agriturismo is a working farm that offers luxury accommodation. The accommodation can be a room, or a suite, but also a comfortable apartment with its own kitchen. I have visited and selected every property myself, based on quality, charm and hospitality. My hotels and agriturismos in the Dolomites are all quietly situated. They are havens for relaxation after a fun day in the mountains, homely, with an informal atmosphere.


Book an agriturismo in the Dolomites 

My entire range of agriturismos in the Dolomites can be found above. Would you like to receive more information on the accommodations in this nature-rich region, also known as Trentino South-Tyrol (Südtirol)? Just send me an email. As I have personally visited and selected all the properties, I know the region, the agriturismos and their owners. I will gladly be of assistance. 

If you prefer an agriturismo closer to water, have a look at my agriturismos near Lake Garda, Lake Como, and Lake Maggiore. And for a holiday set in hilly landscape, we have agriturismos in Piedmont, as well as a wide choice of agriturismos in Tuscany.

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