The area of Collepietra in South Tyrol includes the villages of Prato Isarco, Collepietra (823 m), Cornedo and San Valentino in Campo (1,117 m). In the different villages ancient traditions are well preserved and expressed in numerous celebrations and events.
From above you will realise that you find yourself in a very diversified area with many recreational possibilities.
The foremost attractions are the numerous hiking trails which are mainly designed as loop trails and feature traditional "Buschenschank" (taverns offering local dishes and wines) which invite you to take a break.
The earth pyramids protruding out of the ground in Collepietra intrigue the viewers.
The museum of local history in Collepietra will make you travel to the past. A microcosm of Tyrolean tradition. Today charming relics, for many centuries the parlours, chambers and study rooms displayed in this museum bore witness to the everyday hardships of life in the mountains.
The public observatory in San Valentino in Campo gives you an insight into the universe. Observing the overwhelming heavens in a clear summer night is now possible for everyone. Under competent guidance you will reach the depths of the universe.
Lake Carezza is the most beautiful lake in the Alps. The reflection of the Latemar massive twinkles on the surface like jewels sparkling in the sun. The lake is known for its wonderful colours.
Outstanding installations for artificial snow and a unique climate. The best guarantee for unlimited fun on skies or snowboard on more than 88 km of slopes. 100 km of cross-country skiing and 8 toboggan runs.
Climbing in the best known and spectacular mountains in the Alps
The highest plateau in Europe, situated in the middle of the Dolomites
For those are looking for quiet and relaxation or prefer to pass an active holiday
The path 24 encompasses the reserve of the Tessa mountains