Holidays in San Martino in Badia
San Martino in Badia (1,127 m), Antermoia (1,515 m) and Longiarù (1,396 m) are three fascinating villages located in a wonderful mountain valley in Val Badia and surrounded by the "Pallidi" Mountains and the Dolomites.
There is a reason why San Martino is called the cradle of Ladin culture. The Ladin Institute "Micurà de Rü" and the Ladin Museum "Ciastel de Tor" (Museum Ladin) are based in this village. Here you will have the chance to get to know the Ladins, their culture and their culinary specialities.
Mountain lovers during their holidays can pay a visit to the Puez/Odle Natural Park, which begins at the borders of the community and which offers various walking and tour opportunities in summer and in winter. We also recommend a visit to Longiarù in order to get to know more about the life and the culture of the Ladin farmers. Longiarù is one of the few villages where the rural and natural aspect of the village have been preserved.
For skiers we recommend a trip to Antermoia. You will find a small skiing center, ideal for families, and a toboggan run from the mountain pass "Erbe" to the village.
The villages sea levels:
San Martino in Badia: 1.127 m
Longiarù: 1.396 m
Antermoia: 1.515 m