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To many people the Dolomites are something of a secret anyway, but word is getting out about this staggeringly beautiful region, and its skiing (and eating) potential.
The obvious Dolomiti hotspots are Cortina, a favourite destination for weekending Milanese to wander the boutique-lined streets looking as glamorous as possible, and Arabba, a traditional village on the famous Sella Ronda ski network, but our personal favourite is the tiny and charming village of San Cassiano.
The village is home to two of our favourite hotels, Hotel Ciasa Salares and the Hotel Rosa Alpina, and a number of excellent restaurants. There's also excellent access to the Dolomiti Superski area, comprising some 800 miles of slopes, including the Marmolada glacier, all creating a network that rivals the Trois Vallées in France.
We offer privately guided ski safaris and, if you'd like to try something different, we can arrange activities including snowmobile and snowshoeing excursions through the stunning scenery of the Dolomite landscape. Then, of course, there's the excellent Italian food to enjoy.