• All the area of the Dolomites is great for family holidays and has plenty of family-friendly activities from hiking to horseback riding, from skiing to snowshoeing. The Dolomites are home to beautiful hiking trails and legendary places. 

  • Magical Winter Holidays In The Dolomites

    If you want to fully enjoy your winter holiday, you are looking for the Dolomites region. The covered mountain slopes and the backdrop of the craggy ice-enshrouded Dolomites (UNESCO World Natural Heritage) offer innumerable opportunities for fun and pleasure for the whole family. Snowboardingskiing on the well-groomed slopes, cross-country courses, relaxing walks along winter hiking trails winding through the magical landscape, challenging ski tours among the rocky terrain, tobogganing, romantic rides in horse-drawn sleighs… All wishes come true in the Dolomites Winter Holidays!

    Winter Activities For Families

    • Classic Ski

      5,000 feet skiable terrain, lift-service and off-piste adventures. All for you!

    • Sledding

      Experience the exhilaration of flying down a mountain at top speeds. Enjoy Winter with the whole family!

    • Snowrafting

      A new and exciting way to have fun on the snow!

    • Horse Riding

      Exploring splendid landscapes, unspoiled forests and meadows on horseback

    • Horse Sleigh Rides

      Romantic ride through the fairy-tail landscapes of Dolomites

    • Alpen Bob Merano 2000

      360° loop and over more than 900 m of hills and curves and bends

  • Summer Adventure In The Dolomites

    The Dolomites are the perfect place to spend holidays with your family. This region offers a huge array of spring, summer and autumn activities for all ages. Mountain biking or trekking are the ideal ways to explore the countryside and there are a wide range of routes of different levels for the whole family. Your spirits are set free here. There’s nowhere that doesn’t have a view! Your kinds will experience the nature walking through the lush green valley pastures, taking mountain walks (via ferrata) or swimming in the Italy’s most beautiful swimming lakes. The Dolomites Kids summer programme at the hotels is designed to keep children busy and happy for the duration of the holiday.
    Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of summer in family taking part of the festivals, outdoor concerts, open-air markets and folkloric events the communities of the Dolomites organise every day of the week. A great opportunity to know more about the culture and traditions of South Tirol! 
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  • Cultural Activities For Families

    • City Tour Bolzano

      Once city of merchants, today city of art, show, culture, exchange and vacation.

    • City Tour Merano

      The Spa Town. A place where town and country interact in unique symbiosis.

    • City Tour Bressanone

      The episcopal city of Bressanone combines Medieval-Baroque atmosphere with modern lifestyle.

    • Novacella Abbey

      One of the most significant monasteries in entire Tyrol.

    • City Tour Brunico

      A very magical medieval environment you can not miss!

    • City Tour Trento

      Once city of merchants, today city of art, show, culture, exchange and vacation.

    • Gardaland

      The land of fantasy. Ideal to spend one day in family having a lot of fun!

    • South Tyrol Museum of Archeology

      Discover the history of the province from the Palaeolithic age to the Carolingian epoch.

    • Botanic Garden of Trauttmansdorff

      Twelve-hectare amphitheatre of colorful plants from all around the world.

    • Tirolo Castle

      The ancestral seat of the counts of Tyrol

    • Roncolo Castle

      A medieval fortification with fresh and interesting frescoes.

    • Rametz Castle

      A tour through the vineyards and the viticulture museum.

    • Scena Castle & The Mausoleum

      A castle full of architectural and artistic treasures and the first and most remarkable neo-Gothic religious buildings of the 19th century.

    • Coira Castle

      The largest private worldwide armory in South Tyrol.