Discover a different world.

Grasping nature: During your stay with us, you will get to know the nature of South Tyrol from its most beautiful angle. Our hotel is situated directly at the foot of Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park. This park extends over the areas of Badia, Mareo, Olang, La Val, Toblach and Prags and offers some of the most beautiful hiking trails of the whole of South Tyrol. On the two interpretive nature trails “Lärchensteig” or “Sentiero dei Larici” and “Lake Toblach / Dobbiaco”, hikers can find out more about the nature park and its flora and fauna. Another highlight no tourist visiting South Tyrol should miss is the Pragser Wildsee, a magnificent mountain lake. Every summer, guided interpretive nature trail hikes are offered at all South Tyrol nature parks. In keeping with the motto “experience, understand and conserve nature”, a professional tour guide shows visitors around the nature parks’ most wondrous peculiarities. Alpine landscapes difficult to access, vast mountain plateaus, sheer rock walls and traditional Alpine huts – all right on our doorstep!

Sellaronda: This name of a popular skiing circuit is pieced together of two words. The first one, “Sella”, refers to the mountain massif and the second one, “ronda”, means “rounds” or “patrol”. The Sellaronda, thus, means a skiing route around the Sella massif. It surmounts four mountain passes and goes by thick forests and breathtaking mountain views. The route connects the four Ladin valleys Gardena, Alta Badia, Arabba and Val di Fassa. It’s not a difficult tour, but it takes around six hours to circuit around the whole massif, so a fairly good condition should be a prerequisite for the about 40 km of slopes. Without having to cover the same slope twice, the tour goes past the Campolongo Pass, the Pordoi Pass, the Sella Pass and the Gardena Pass. It is recommended to start the route before 10 am in order to ensure that you complete your tour before the lift facilities close.