The heart of the Dolomites
The Fassa Valley is located at the north-eastern end of Trentino, a purely mountainous region that is synonymous with the Dolomites: from the queen of the Group, the Marmolada, to the Catinaccio (Rosengarten in German), known as the legendary home of King Laurin, to the Sassolungo, to name some of the most important mountains. Magical peaks described in countless legends, mountains inhabited by the Ladins, the proud owners of the Dolomites for two thousand years and now an ethnic minority, with a protected language, culture and traditions.
The Fassa Valley has always been a crossroads for traders and pilgrims, but only from 1850 onwards its economy changed from relying on agriculture and farming to tourism.
For tourists, the Fassa Valley is love at first sight, and it is impossible to resist the countless opportunities it offers both in summer and winter. There is something for everyone: sports fans, families, those who appreciate the excellent traditional food and those who love nature and the Ladin culture.
Come to the Fassa Valley; the Dolomites are waiting for you!