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Why spend a holiday in Santa Cristina?

7 reasons to visit us

With its unsullied natural landscapes and quaint charm, the Val Gardena valley is a real paradise for active holidaymakers and nature lovers. Set in the picture-postcard village of Santa Cristina, Vitalpina Hotel Dosses is the perfect starting point to discover this marvellous South Tyrolean valley.

If you are wondering what is so special about a holiday in Santa Cristina, here are 7 good reasons to visit us:

1. Traditional charm and contemporary comfort

We treasure our traditions, passing them on from generation to generation. However, we also keep up with the latest trends in hospitality to offer you a mountain holiday with all mod cons.

2. The sun-drenched village in Val Gardena

Set at the foot of Mt. Sassolungo, Santa Cristina is the sunniest village in Val Gardena in any season.

3. Family-friendly sights

Santo Cristina is a particularly family-friendly destination, with plenty of attractions for the whole family.

4. An outdoor paradise

Active guests and nature lovers fall in love with Santa Cristina and its choice of outdoor activities to suit all tastes.

5. Summer holidays in the Dolomites

Santa Cristina lies in the heart of Val Gardena, Dolomites UNESCO world heritage. A wide choice of hiking and biking routes and jaw-dropping viewpoints are within easy reach from here.

6. Winter Wonderland Val Gardena

In winter, Santa Cristina and the Val Gardena turn into a winter sports El Dorado. Our village offers the direct access to the legendary Sellaronda and Gardena Ronda in the ski area Dolomiti Superski.
On Monte Pana, Santa Cristina offers a great cross-country skiing center with stunning views of the Sassolungo.

7. Fresh mountain air

Tucked away at 1,400 metres of altitude, Santa Cristina is the perfect place to reap the benefits fresh of mountain air; its health-promoting effects have been researched and confirmed by the Austrian Moderate Altitude Studies (AMAS) in 2000.

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