INVERNO IN VAL DI FASSA
Val di Fassa is not only for skiing in winter. A multitude of options are available for those who prefer to discover the less well-known parts of the Dolomites.
The trails, that welcome adventurers in summer, are covered with snow in winter and can be covered with snowshoes or you can alpine ski along them. These trails are also suitable for the whole family; in some mountain restaurants or lodges you can rent little sleds for the enjoyment of the young and old!
When there is bad weather, there is the Gianmario Scola di Alba Ice Rink in Canazei where you can challenge yourself with some ice-skating. With family or with friends, fun is guaranteed! If you prefer to do some diving, there is also Dòlaondes pool in Canazei, with different types of pool for the young and old. Those who want to dedicate more time to relaxing can take advantage of the new QC Terme, a thermal spa in Pozza di Fassa. QC Terme Dolomiti stands out for its internal comfort and external qualities thanks to the use of local and recycled materials, as well as having been established inside a green area with the utmost respect for the environment. The love story between QC Terme and high altitudes bears witness to the central role that nature plays in modern-day spas, assisting in the cure of contemporary ailments through alpine balneotherapy. The spa spans three floors (a total of 4,300 square meters), in addition to outdoor swimming pools and areas for enjoying “Forest bathing”.
Thanks to QC Terme’s experience in the spa sector, this location will offer the most innovative wellness services in a modern setting, in agreement with environmental sustainability, and will be supplied with the precious thermal water from the Alloch source.
At QC Terme Dolomiti you will be able to enjoy a wide range of spa treatments: Jacuzzis, Kneipp treatments, waterfalls, Japanesebath, steam baths, saunas and bio-saunas, salt rooms and relaxation areas. We focus particularly on a broad selection of massages as well as offering various gourmet experiences daily, such as a delicious lunch buffet and the “Aperiterme”, an evening aperitif.
If you are curious about Ladin culture, you can find out more at the Ladin Museum in Vigo di Fassa. For those who are interested in learning more about the Dolomites, you can visit the Val di Fassa Mineralogical Museum.
You really can’t miss a walk in the centre of Moena, 5 minutes walk from Belvedere Dolomites Flower Hotel, with shops and bars where you can stop for a drink before dinner.