The Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park
The Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2009. It covers an area of 15,030 hectares in the Province of Belluno that includes the Feltre Prealps and stretches to Mount Schiara. The truly stunning flora and fauna on display make the park the ideal place for wildlife viewing, as well as numerous activities such as hiking, trekking and Nordic walking.
The Dolomiti World Heritage site by Unesco is composed by nine mountainous systems separeted from each other. 142.000 hectares distributed over an alpine area divided into 5 provinces.
The hotel is just a few miles from the spectacular Soffia waterfall and the breathtaking natural pools known as the Cadini del Brenton in the Mis Valley.
Another wonderful attraction is the Circhi delle Vette Feltrine, accessible Croce d’Aune: they are peaks modeled during the last glaciation with truly unique colors and shades.
Part of the Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park is also The Vincheto di Celarda, a natural reserve with wetlands and a unique biotype of its kind. It is possible to see the brown heron, the royal jelly, the gallinella and the kingfisher.
In addition, roe deer, deer, fallow deer and muflon are bred in capitivity. as well as some wounded rapists who can not be left alone.
Find out more about the Vincheto di Celarda in the website of Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park.
Trekking, Nordic Walking, Hiking ma anche MTB in the Dolomiti National Park staying in our hotel.