With its characteristic tower, the Ciastel de Tor Castle represents the history of more than 30,000 Dolomite Ladins whose common identity is expressed by two fundamental elements: their language, which originates from Vulgar Latin, and the unique mountainous lanscape of the Dolomites.
The Museum Ladin, opened in 2001, presents entertaining insight into the history, language, culture, mythology, archaeology, geology, tourism and crafts of the Ladins. These are complemented by special exhibitions relating to Ladinia.
12 different ski areas and 1,200 km of slopes with a single skipass
15 different ski areas and 330 km of slopes with a single skipass
On a sunny plateau with wonderful views of the Pustertal
At 3,200 m, large ski slopes, cross-country trails and a challenging toboggan run