San Vigilio di Marebbe is a picturesque town in Val di Rudo, next to Val Badia, which is located in a sunny valley surrounded by the Dolomites.
Thanks to its proximity to the Fanes-Senes Braies nature park, the area offers numerous high-altitude activities in the majestic setting of the Dolomites, including hiking and mountain bike excursions along the alpine paths and rock climbing routes of various lengths and difficulties.
The Fanes-Senes Braies nature park is the largest of its kind in South Tyrol and includes the small towns of Badia, La Valle, Marebbe, Valdaora, Braies and Dobbiaco. Lake Braies (Pragser Wildsee), considered one of the most striking lakes in the Dolomites, is a sight not to be missed.
During each excursion you will be able to discover nature at its most authentic: dense conifer woods, green meadows, alpine huts and majestic peak summits. You will be captivated by this enchanting UNESCO heritage landscape.
For more information on the activities on offer in Fanes-Senes Braies nature park, check the Fanes-Senes-Braies visitors’ centre website.
During the winter, San Vigilio di Marebbe becomes the favourite place for winter sport lovers, thanks to its proximity to the Plan de Corones ski slopes, where you will find the longest and most beautiful slopes in the ‘Dolomiti Superski’ resorts.
With its 1200km of always-snowy slopes, modern ski lifts, ski schools and 5 black slopes, Plan de Corones will satisfy everyone’s needs, from beginners to the most advanced skiers.
Our Hotel Resa Blancia is the perfect place to start a day on the snow, being located only 800m from the first ski resort, ‘La Miara’, which is connected to Plan de Corones. Every 20 minutes, a convenient ski bus will take you from the hotel to the resort.
Thanks to a variety of slopes and cutting-edge infrastructure, you will be able to enjoy your favourite winter sports:
Ski slopes, cross-country ski runs, hiking paths, snowboarding, mountaineering… it’s practically impossible to get bored in San Vigilio di Marebbe, in the heart of the Dolomites.
And what’s better than a relaxing Finnish sauna in our new ‘Wellness Area’ after a long day outside?