Pozza di Fassa

Fassa Valley in close-up

A famous mountain tourism area, the Fassa Valley is located at the confluence of the Avisio and San Nicolò streams at the foot of the Catinaccio and the Monzoni. Both in summer and winter, it plays host to tourists attracted by the region’s beautiful landscapes.

The Buffaure ski area is particularly popular thanks to its views and pistes, which connect directly with Alba di Canazei. The Aloch piste, or the “Ski Stadium Val di Fassa”, perfectly set in the village of Pozza and floodlit for night-time skiing, is also very busy in the winter.

The village is also home to some traditional dwellings that have been preserved over time and to the Gothic church of San Nicolò (patron saint of Pozza).

The San Nicolò Valley is of particular value due to its landscape and environment. Beginning in the village of Pozza, it extends for approximately 8 km, finally opening out into the hollow of the natural waterfalls located at the source of the San Nicolò stream, from where you can enjoy breathtaking views in total harmony with nature.