Alta Badia

Alta Badia is a sun-kissed valley in Alto Adige, near Val Pusteria, Cortina, Arabba, Val di Fassa and Val Gardena. The landscape consists of dense woodlands, meadows and pastures and the dizzying Dolomite peaks.
Over the years this Ladin area, with its rich historic and natural heritage, has become an ever more popular destination for lovers of mountains, sports fans and gastronomes with a huge amount to offer in all seasons. Choosing a holiday in Alta Badia means enjoying days packed with wellbeing, relaxation and natural beauty that will stay forever in your heart!

Alta Badia Colfosco

Photo by Freddy Planinschek


Colfosco is a typical Alta Badia mountain village located at the foot of the Sella peaks and the Puez-Odle natural parkland. Choosing to take a holiday in Colfosco means spending your time in communion with nature, amid the breath-taking Dolomite landscape. It means a choice of activities for everyone to be enjoyed in every season. It means sampling the local flavours and making contact with the traditions of this little part of Alto Adige which has preserved and is taking forward the Ladin culture.


Just a few minutes by car from Lüch de Costa you will find Corvara where astonishing natural beauty is combined with traditions and the highlife. This municipality in the province of Bolzano is the biggest one in Alta Badia and it lies between the Sassongher and Sella peaks and the Col Alt Pralongià high plateau.
Corvara will make you fall in love with its mountains and its landscapes in both summer and winter and it offers you countless activities to enjoy in the peace and clean air of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Alta Badia Corvara

Photo by Freddy Planinschek

Alta Badia Santa Croce

Photo by Freddy Planinschek


The Dolomites will be the backdrop to your holiday at Lüch de Costa. They will be the first thing you set eyes on in the morning when you open up the balcony of your apartment, that will greet you when you take a dip in our pool and while you are relaxing in the Jacuzzi.
In 2009 the Dolomites were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These majestic imposing mountains which have enchanted people for centuries have an ancient history to recount.


Lüch de Costa is right in the middle of the Sellaronda circuit, one of the most famous and attractive trails in the Dolomites that can be travelled on skis in the winter or on a mountain bike in the summer. Along this magical trail which circles around the Sella massif touching on the Campolongo, Sella, Pordoi and Gardena passes, you will travel through some stunningly beautiful natural scenery and enjoy views of the unique landscapes of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Alta Badia Sellaronda

Photo by Freddy Planinschek