La Villa in Alta Badia

Alpine village in a dream location

Gentle meadows and old courtyards, white rock faces and sky to see all round. This is La Villa, a montane village (1480 m) in Alta Badia, with locals who speak Ladin. Embedded in a breath-taking rocky landscape, it is situated between the Dolomite wildlife parks Puez-Geisler and Fanes-Sennes-Prags. The Ćiastel Colz castle and the church both testify to the traditional Ladin culture. There are also first-rate restaurants and the annual world cup for the giant slalom at the Gran-Risa-Piste to spark some international flair.


Barefoot under
the sun of South Tyrol

Summer entails idyllic peace in La Villa. The mountain village forms a starting point for many Alpine hikes and mountain- und climbing adventures in the Dolomites. There are mountain trails to entice mountain bikers. Whilst children of all ages can let off some steam in the playgrounds and leisure parks at 2000 m altitude, adults can drink a glass of fortifying South Tyrolean red wine with traditonal dishes or bacon and cheese appetizers. And even if the mountains aren’t really for you, then it’s worth visiting one of Southern Tyrol’s historic towns.


La Villa
The winter world

Cross-country ski trails, toboggan runs, quiet snow shoe hikes or rustic ski huts – La Villa is the place to make all your winter dreams come true. You are certain to find a welcome change in the ski sports in La Villa and Alta Badia. The Tamarindo b&b lies next to the Gardenaccia piste, with transport links to all of the Sella-Ronda-Gebiet. That means you can set straight off from the front door. The Dolomiti Superski carousel guarantees you ample fun on kilometre-long slopes, as well as ski tours und fantastic panoramic views of snowy South Tyrolean summits.