Natural World Heritage: Dolomites
The Dolomites of Sesto
World natural heritage Dolomites - At the Biohotel Biovita Hotel Alpi you can enjoy the full splendour and beauty of the pale mountains outside the hotel door.
The Dolomites, rightly referred to as one of the most beautiful mountain landscapes in the world were taken in 2009 by the UNESCO in the list of World Heritage sites. The Dolomites are named after the geologist Déodat de Dolomieu. The World Natural Heritage in South Tyrol comprises an area of 141 903 hectares and is surrounded by approximately 89,267 hectares of protected area. These areas consist entirely of national parks and nature parks, to which also the Natural Park Three Peaks belongs. Due to the specific situation and of species that enjoys special protection. The Natural Park Three Peaks extends from the municipalities Sesto, San Candido, Dobbiaco up to the Val di Landro, the northeastern Dolomites and to the region of Belluno. The most famous collection of the Natural Park are the Three Peaks at 2,999 meters, the 3,092 meters on Elferkofel who Zwölferkofel at 3,094 meters and the 2,698 meters on Einserkofel, who became world-famous by a rockslide on 12 October of 2007.
The legendary Dolomites in Sesto and surroundings seduce not only passionate mountaineer wonderful walks and explore, but also provide for less experienced hikers and Hobby varied paths and trails through the fascinating nature. The Sexten Dolomites are also a historical past: During the First World War this battleground were when the war between Austrian and Italian troops raged. Relics, like shrapnel holes in the rocks, ammunition and the like are traceable even today.
In Biovita Hotel Alpi, your bio-hotel in the Dolomites, enjoy the full splendor and beauty of the pale mountains of the Dolomites directly on your doorstep.