The largest mountain plateau in Europe:
holidays on the Alpe di Siusi
With an area of 56 square kilometres, the Alpe di Siusi in the Dolomites is the largest mountain plateau in Europe. It is a hiking paradise, a climbing area and a winter sports centre and every year attracts active vacationers, nature lovers and holiday guests in search of pure relaxation. On the Alpe di Siusi, the mighty peaks of the Sciliar, the Sassolungo Group and the Sassopiatto Massif dominate the scenery. Just below this natural paradise lies a small South Tyrolean village: Fiè allo Sciliar. The picturesque parish is the starting point for adventurous excursions and challenging sporting activities in the mountains of the Dolomites.
Active and sporty in every season
during your holiday on the Alpe di Siusi
Hiking, climbing and biking are among the most popular recreational activities on the Alpe di Siusi in the summer months. Paragliding, running and swimming offer even more variety. A network of 350 kilometres of hiking trails runs across the largest mountain plateau in Europe. The Lake of Fiè is a crystal clear mountain lake, which in the summer months reaches very mild temperatures, while in the winter months it turns into a mirror-smooth ice surface. Skiing, cross-country skiing and tobogganing are on the holiday programme in the cold season. The Alpe di Siusi is part of the world’s largest ski area Dolomiti Superski with 450 lifts and 1200 km of slopes. In the winter it welcomes you with 60 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes and double-tracked cross-country trails.