Request the availability of all accommodations:
Vom:   bis zum:

Sciliar area - Useful information about your holiday region

The Sciliar area, surrounded by the beautiful mountain scenery of the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites is the perfect holiday destination for young and old

The Sciliar area is situated in a low mountain range in South Tyrol adjacent to the valleys of Val Gardena, Val d'Isarco and Val di Tires. The region is nestled in the fantastic mountain scenery of the Dolomites and comprises the municipalities Castelrotto, Siusi and Fiè allo Sciliar.
Symbol and local mountain of the Sciliar area is the Sciliar with 2.563 m. The Alpe di Siusi, Europe's largest mountain plateau is, with its nice pastures and rustic alpine huts, an important part of the Sciliar area. In the summer months the Sciliar area offers a variety of sports opportunities. The numerous walking and hiking trails as mountain bike tracks lead to the rustic alpine huts and refuges where you can fortify yourself with South Tyrolean specialties while marveling at the stunning mountain scenery. Even in winter the Sciliar area has much to offer. It is part of the ski resort Val Gardena-Alpe di Siusi and Dolomiti Superski - plenty of entertainment offers for skiers and snowboarders are guaranteed. The flat and relatively simple slopes at the Alpe di Siusi are perfect as practicing slopes for beginners and families.
But the Alpe di Siusi not only takes care for skiers… Miles of cross-country trails provide ideal conditions for passionate cross-country skiers. Those looking for an amusing day with the whole family should borrow a toboggan and try out the toboggan runs.
Thanks to the wide range of leisure activities the Sciliar area is a popular destination during all seasons for sports enthusiasts, wallowers and peace seekers.
  
 
Medical service Castelrotto
Vogelweider street 10 (Rest home „Martinsheim“)
Tel. +39 0471 705444,
daily from 9.00 to 12.00 a.m. and from 4.00 to 7.00 p.m.
Telephone accessibility for home visits from 8.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.