Corvara is the largest centre of Val Badia, located in the heart of the Dolomites, a Unesco heritage site, surrounded by mount Sella and Sassongher on one side and the Pralongià plateau on the other. It offers breath-taking views and is the ideal starting point for any summer and winter activity.
The very first chairlift in Italy was built on Col Alto in Corvara in 1947, which paved the way for the winter tourism in Alta Badia. Although since then tourists have started to increase every year and Corvara has become a very important tourist destination, it has preserved the typical characteristics of a mountain village, with its culture and traditions.
Corvara, which is widely considered the cradle of tourism in Alta Badia, is definitely the ideal destination for any type of tourist: besides the possibility of practising several different sports and staying in close contact with nature, it also offers commercial activities to suit all tastes, and pizzerias and restaurants to suit all palates.