About Cortina D'Ampezzo
Choose one of our luxury Cortina d’Ampezzo chalets or hotels and join the well-dressed locals browsing the upmarket shops in the town centre or enjoying lazy lunches on the mountain. During the winter months, Cortina is impossibly romantic as the sun sets against the surrounding jagged rock faces of the Dolomites. Twinkling lights of the bars, restaurants and hotels invite you in to enjoy their roaring fires and exquisite cuisine. Cortina’s 140 kilometres of pistes let you explore the inexhaustible beauty of the Dolomites. And most of the time you’ll have the slopes to yourselves. Many of the Italian visitors prefer to shop and dine, leaving pistes empty for powder hounds. Cortina is especially good for beginners, and its cross-country ski trails are among the best in the country.
During the summer months, indoors becomes outdoors as hiking and cycling take over from skiing. Ride the cable cars to the top of the mountains for an exhilarating cycle down. Cortina is just as buzzing as during the winter, as the shops and classy restaurants attract visitors from all over the region. You can even squeeze in a visit to Venice.