Holidays in San Martino in Badia, Antermoia and Longiarù, enchanting villages in Val Badia
San Martino in Badia (1,127 m), Antermoia (1,515 m) and Longiarù (1,396 m) are three fascinating villages in South Tyrol embedded in the enchanting alpine valleys in Val Badia and surrounded by the Pale Mountains, the Dolomites.
There is a reason why San Martino in Badia is considered to be the cradle of Ladin culture. In San Martino you can find the Ladin Institute "Micurà de Rü" and the Ladin Museum "Ciastel de Tor" (Museum Ladin) where you can get acquainted with the Ladin population, their history, culture and their cuisine.
Mountaineers will enjoy a visit to the Puez-Odle Nature Park stretching to the borders of our region and offering numerous excursion options in summer and winter. Those who want to get acquainted with the life and culture of farmers should visit Longiarù, one of the few villages in Val Badia where the rural and natural aspects of the past have been preserved to a large extent.
Those who want to enjoy sporty activities should visit Antermoia. Here you will find a small ski resort ideal for families with children and a toboggan run leading from Passo delle Erbe all the way to the village.
The harbour of Piccolino (only 1 km from San Martino in Badia) provides the starting point of the new cable car for 8 people which connects the Plan de Corones and the Alta Badia ski resorts via the village of San Vigilio di Marebbe.
Thanks to this new cable car facility and the free connection from Alta Badia by bus (every 20 min.), the Plan de Corones ski resort is now also connected to the famous Sella Ronda round tour.
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