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Highlights & must-sees in Dobbiaco

Top must-sees
in Dobbiaco & environs

In the land of the Three Peaks (it. Tre Cime), the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Dolomites, there is so much to discover: cultural treasures & must-sees in Dobbiaco, unique natural spectacles in the immediate surroundings, and of course the world-famous mountain views in the breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Dolomites. 365 days, 4 seasons and endless possibilities.

Christmas Market, Krampus Run, Balloonfestival, Dolomiti Superbike, The Gustav Mahler Music Weeks, Tour de Ski and many more – Dobbiaco has a lot to offer! What’s on today’s schedule?

Find out!

Cross-country skiing in Dobbiaco

Glide through the snow, far from the hustle and bustle of skiing areas and après-ski. Surrounded by nature, mighty rocks and the unique mountain landscape of the Dolomites. Cross-country skiing has never been more beautiful ...

Nature’s spectacle: Lago di Dobbiaco

Lake of Dobbiaco

At about 1,259 m above sea level, nestled between the Fanes-Senes-Braies Nature Park and the majestic peaks of the Tre Cime, lies the turquoise Lake Dobbiaco.

The mountain lake is a year-round must-see for nature lovers. In summer, you can explore the lake by pedal boat. An interesting nature trail leads around the lake.

Che bella vista: a view of the Tre Cime

Three Peaks Dolomites

It is true, you get the best view of the Tre Cime when you are standing right in front of them. However, if you prefer enjoying them from the distance first, the panoramic platform in Val di Landro is the place for you – right next to the Strada Statale Cortina-Dobbiaco.

The beauty of Fanes-Senes-Braies Nature Park

Fanes-Senes-Braies Nature Park

Quaint mountain huts, colourful alpine pastures with rare flowers, a diverse and intact flora and fauna – the 25,680 ha nature reserve Fanes-Senes-Braies is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Dolomites. Find out interesting facts about the nature park in the interactive visitor centre in Braies.

Guest card Holidaypass

Guest card Holidaypass

You want to properly switch off on holiday– and so does your car! Simply leave it in its very own comfortable parking spot where it can enjoy a well-deserved break. From December to April, you receive the free transport card Holidaypass for:

  • free use of all public transport in South Tyrol (busses, city busses, regional trains and the cableway in Maranza, San Genesio, Renon, Mendola and Renon’s historic railway),
  • free use of all ski busses in Val Pusteria, ski trains up to Versciaco, SAD bus to Cortina d’Ampezzo and the Holzer bus to Sillian in Austria.
Hiking in Dobbiaco

Walking paths, forest paths, summit happiness and local culinary delights in cosy mountain huts: the land of the Three Peaks and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Dolomites are home to a beautiful diversity that you can experience every step of the way.

More than culture: culture centre Grand Hotel Toblach

Culture Centre

Right next to the Dobbiaco railway station, the Cultural Centre of Dobbiaco looks back on an eventful history. Once a Grand Hotel with famous guests from European dynasties, today a cultural centre and stage for many a world star of classical music. The centre is not only a venue for music events, but also serves as a cultural meeting place for conferences, seminars and projects. The Gustav Mahler Hall in particular, is loved and appreciated by international musicians for its outstanding acoustics.

Unico:
the crystal-clear mountain lakes

Crystal-clear mountain lakes

Shades of turquoise, green & blue, shimmering & glittering and framed by the mountain giants of the Dolomites: the lakes of Alta Pusteria might be different in character but what they all have in common are the dream-like location including a priceless panoramic view. Not only the Lago di Dobbiaco is worth a visit, Dobbiaco and its environs offer more mountain lakes for you to be discovered:

  • Lago di Landro
     12.4 km |  13 min. | 1,406 m
    Relax on the pebble beach, enjoy a view of the Cristallo Group, maybe dip your feet into the water – because the water of Lago di Landro is a little warmer than other mountain lakes.
  • Lago di Braies
     16.2 km |  20 min. | 1,494 m
    The most famous mountain lake of the Dolomites is Lago di Braies – not only a mekka for locals and travellers but also film set for the Italian TV series “Un passo dal cielo” (with international movie star Terence Hill).

Refreshing: swimming pond Dobbiaco

Swimming pond Dobbiaco

Looking for a way to cool down on a hot summer’s day? Look no further! The swimming pond in Dobbiaco is the place for you. 37 m long, 16 m wide and 2 m deep, no chemicals and no chlorine. The area includes bathroom facilities, changing rooms and a bar with drinks & snacks.

Acquafun swimming pools & sauna San Candido

Acquafun Swimming Pools

Summer or winter, the Acquafun swimming pool in San Candido is a place of refreshment and relax all year round. The indoor pool offers a water slide, massage jets, and of course the sauna world with an organic sauna, herb sauna, Finnish sauna and many more.

Pulsante:
the lively village centre

Dobbiaco/Toblach

In the heart of Dobbiaco lie its characteristic vibrant shopping street as well as its stunning cultural sights and venues. Discover the most beautiful baroque church in Val Pusteria, stroll past Herbstenburg Castle, a former fortified complex, and enjoy the idyllic atmosphere. Take it all in, sip your coffee or aperitif in our chalet bar and watch the world (or shall we say village) go by.

Beware of Krampus!

Beware of Krampus

If you stay in Dobbiaco in December, you simply cannot miss the tradition of the Krampus run. Dobbiaco hosts the oldest run in South Tyrol with 600 Krampus, furry figures with bizarre and creepy masks, whomake their way through the streets of the village. Of course, St. Nicholas will be there too. But careful, he will only stop by you if you have been good this year …

Nostalgia: Three Peaks Christmas

Three Peaks Christmas

Do not expect a classic Christmas market, but a truly special one: a nostalgic culinary market, music, theatre and children’s programmes and so much more! You will find the Christmas market just a few steps from our hotel, in the village centre. The market takes place on the Advent weekends.

Ready to shop, set, go: Dobbiaco’s shopping street

Shopping

By foot, with the stroller or on your bike – there is many ways to discover the 58 shops along the extra wide pavements. Craftsmanship, patisserie, jeweller, fashion boutiques, sports stores, beauty shops – look forward to a great shopping experience in Dobbiaco’s shopping street.

Over rough and smooth:
mountain biking

Mountain biking

Whether you choose a comfortable trip along the Val Pusteria cycling path to Lienz or a more adventurous tour via mountain roads on your racing bike or mountain bike – Dobbiaco will make your biking holiday a truly unforgettable experience.

Sensational MTB tours, guided by Roland Stauder, expert from the Stoneman Academy, family-friendly bike rides and of course the breath-taking mountain panorama of the Dolomites of Sesto in Alta Pusteria – the perfect recipe for cycling holidays that simply have it all.

The most spectacular cycling paths in Dobbiaco and surroundings are the cycling path to Lago di Dobbiaco and the more challenging cycling path to the alpine plateau of Prato Piazza. Happy cycling in Dobbiaco in Alta Pusteria!

Leaving traces: ski tours & snowshoeing

Ski tours & snowshoeing

The Dolomites’ region is unique, enchanting and, above all, wide, seemingly endless. Which one is the perfect ski tour or snowshoe hike for you? Let’s find out! Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site on your own or with a professional tour guide from GLOBO-Alpin.

Our tips:

  • ski tour: tour to the Baita Bonner, tour Carbonin – Monte Specie, tour Monte Arnese
  • snowshoe hike: Val Fiscalina – Croda Rossa, San Vito – Malga Wöggen, Baita Bonner

Ice-skating

Ice-skating

Glide over the ice maybe even try a pirouette? In the Zona Sportiva Dobbiaco sports area, you will find a large ice rink, where you can channel your inner figure skater or hockey player from mid-September to mid-April.

Skiing in Val Pusteria

Skiing in Val Pusteria

Fun in the snow to go! The best skiing areas and slopes around Dobbiaco:

  • Small package, great place: 4 km of slopes in the family skiing area Rienza directly in Dobbiaco – perfect for newbies!
  • It takes 5: five connected mountains, 100 km of slopes, a reindeer herd and many more attractions await you in the skiing area Tre Cime Dolomiti.
  • Big & bigger: 119 km of slopes, that is the Plan de Corones skiing area in a nutshell. Arrive comfortably by train – the free Skiexpress Pustertal stops in Perca right at the valley station of the cableway.

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