Sesto in Alta Pusteria, the insider's tip for summer and winter guests! The sporty, nature lovers, romantic people and culture fans have a lot to choose from. Apartments and hotels with all comforts offer the best prerequisites for a perfect holiday in the majestic Dolomites. far from congested areas and the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Good food and drinks in Alta Pusteria
In Alta Pusteria you can enjoy culinary delights as much as you want. Be it simple dishes or a menu with several courses: the ingredients are always fresh, the preparation according to your wishes, and the service is perfect. You will be convinced by the culinary delights from regional cuisine, the varied Italian offer and international dishes.
The specialities in South Tyrol: didelicious and gestible
Choose your favourite dish and a drink to go along with it
Are you in the mood of a vast breakfast, a low-calorie meal, or sweet desserts? Choose your dish from the comprehensive offer and order a drink with it. Fresh fruit juices, selected wines and regional specialities in all variations, spoil your palate and take some time to enjoy a tasty meal in a fine restaurant!
In Sesto you'll find the right place for all occasions
If you're returning from your sporty activities and are really hungry, you will definitely find the right place to eat along the way or a traditional hut on the mountain. In and around Sesto you'll also find the right place for fine dining or festive occasions, and you'll also find the right place for really healthy meals.
Summer in Sesto, the village of the 3 Peaks
Experience the fascinating mountain world surrounding Sesto with the majestic Dolomites! Be it summer or winter: You'll spend an unforgettable and active holiday in the magic land of the Three Peaks; these beautiful days will always remain with you!
With the Three Peaks Card (download approx. 1.5 MB) you enjoy lots of good value activities during your summer holiday in the Dolomites.
Sesto: Mountains, nature and culture
Sesto is located in the eastern valley of South Tyrol. It is characterised by mountain farms at the southern slope, extended larch meadows, shady spruce forests, and the Nemes pasture with numerous alpine rose slopes.
The village is a paradise for people seeking recreation, who want to be active and who love the mountains.
A paradise for people seeking recreation and who love nature.
Unique mountain formation in Alta Pusteria
The imposing rocks of the Dolomites are within one's reach: Neuner, Zehner, Elfer, Zwölfer and Einser peaks. This unique mountain sundial is overtowered by the Dreischuster Peak. The Fischleintal valley leads up to the rocks; this is the most comfortable entry to the Dolomiten Sesto Nature Park with the Three Peaks.
The ski resorts in Alta Pusteria
The beautiful ski resorts in the Alta Pusteria provide ideal conditions for skiers, snowboarders, carvers, powder snow skiers, and cross-country skiers. Gentle slopes for beginners, steep slopes for advanced and extreme slopes for experts, comfort for families and fun for children.
The Three Peaks by Sesto in winter.
Sesto and the whole Alta Pusteria offers dreamlike requirements for wintersport!
Ski sport Sesto - Innichen - Toblach
The Alta Pusteria ski resort comprises 33 ski lifts and more than 50 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes and numerous tours. 70 km of winter hiking paths for less demanding activities, and a cross-country net of 200 km in length.
Winter sports in the mountains of Alta Pusteria
This is how winter pleasure is supposed to be: wonderful winter landscapes, perfect slopes, modern cable cars, hut entertainment, and much more - here you find all this for your unforgettable winter holiday in winter holiday in South Tyrol.
For a beautiful holiday here in the dolomites of South Tyrol
Alta Pusteria is a truly fantastic holiday destination: Deeply snowed in hills, perfectly groomed slopes and cross-country ski trails await you in winter. Comfortably traditional wood-panelled rooms (called "Stube") and culinary specialities await you in your accommodation. In summer, beautiful mountains invite you to hike, climb or cycle - the spa treatments season never ends.
Beautiful hotel rooms and good value B&B hotels can be found in the entire valley. Sesto, San Candido, Dobbiaco, Villabassa and Braies are here to fulfil your holiday dreams. And also cultural and historic sites await you in Alta Pusteria!
The Dolomites - UNESCO World Natural Heritage
On 26th June 2009, UNESCO included the Dolomites on its list of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. By this action, the United Nations has officially recognized, through its organization for education, science and culture, the unique nature of the Dolomites. Now the Alta Pusteria holiday area with the Three Peaks (Drei Zinnen/Tre Cime) will take their rightful place among the UNESCO World Natural Heritage.
The Alta Pusteria in South Tyrol proposes an out of the ordinary holiday with an emphasis on a variety: The area offers superb Wellness facilities, outstanding ski slopes, remarkable cross country tracks as well as memorable hiking opportunities in the Dolomites. Enjoy a relaxing holiday and release your body and soul by delving into the region of the Dolomites and the Three Peaks (Tre Cime / Drei Zinnen). Explore the area by hiking or cycling and become spellbound by the untouched nature of the Dolomites.
Italy, the country of art and history
Italy is a synonym for culture, art and history. Artistic wonders can be found everywhere, and every corner of the country holds countless and wonderful.
Italy, the country of lakes
Italy has over a thousand of lakes, renowned for their incomparable beauty and characterized by peculiar features. Lakes Garda, Maggiore, and Como are now recognized throughout the world and have become ideal destinations for spending some time in the sun and in close contact with nature.
The “Riviera” country
Italy is the ideal destination for a seaside vacation, it boasts around 8,000 km of coastline.
Italy, the country of peaks
From the Dolomites Alps of Trentino-Alto Adige to the Alps of Piedmont, Aosta Valley and Lombardy, from the Alps of Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia to the Apennines of Emilia Romagna and Toscana.