Dolomites Holidays

Get active and explore Europe's most striking mountain range on a Dolomites holiday

The Dolomites are our favourite playground. There's a near limitless number of activities you can do here from walking to cycling, mountain biking, e-biking, mountain climbing, historic tours, farm visits and wine tasting. It's also known for being one of Europe's most beautiful mountain ranges - no wonder it's UNESCO protected. Pack your walking boots and head off to discover some of the best views in the world.

What to see on a Dolomites holiday

A holiday to the Dolomites is all about the views. Head out at sunrise or sunset and you'll be rewarded with some picture-perfect scenes when the jagged mountain tops get a reddish glow. To get the best views, you need to hit the trails. They're easy to access with a great network of lifts taking you to the tops of the mountains. There's routes for all abilities with paths through flower-filled meadows for ramblers and high-altitude trails for keen hikers. The cycling's fantastic too with rugged trails perfect for mountain bikers or hire an e-bike to help you get up those hills.

One of the best things about a holiday in the Dolomites is filling up on the food and wine. It's one of the best regions in Italy for food, with the most Michelin-starred restaurants and plenty of local specialties. Try speck and the delicious apples that grow here

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Why book a Dolomites holiday with Inghams

We know the Dolomites like the back of our hand. We've been selling holidays here for over 85 years so if you're after recommendations for the best restaurants or hidden trails, we can help. We've picked the best resorts with fantastic lift connections so you can be up in the mountain in no time at all. Your Dolomites holiday is in safe hands with Inghams.

  • from£596pp
Great Views Out Walking Of The Dolomites ©Photo Archive Tourist Board Val di Fassa, Patrica Ramirez

Canazei is the jewel of Val di Fassa and a summer paradise for hiking and mountain bike enthusiasts. It's great for families thanks to its endless activities that suit all levels. 

  • from£728pp
Sunny Hikes To The Top ©Alta Badia, Alex Moling

Corvara is the largest village in Alta Badia and just along the road is Colfosco. Both resorts are at the foot of some of the most famous mountains in the area. You’ll have two national parks to explore while you’re here. It’s perfect for hikers and cyclists and the food is some of the best in the Dolomites.

  • from£549pp
Merano, Trauttmansdorff Gardens

Merano offers a fascinating blend of Italian and Tyrolean Austrian cultures. Sheltered by high mountains and surrounded by orchards and vineyards, the landscape is Alpine but the climate Mediterranean. The Passirio River which flows through this elegant spa town is flanked by promenades lined with cafés, stylish buildings and parks.

  • from£984pp

Ortisei is a large village in the Italian Dolomites, perfect to stroll about in and discover new things.

  • from£748pp
The Anterselva Valley

Plan de Corones, known as Kronplatz, has some of the most spectacular scenery in Italy. Whether you're after an active adventure or a relaxing retreat to enjoy nature - this is a great choice for a summer holiday in the mountains. 

  • from£939pp
Valley View Of San Cassiano ©Alta Badia

Sitting under the indomitable Lagazuoi mountain, the sophisticated village of San Cassiano is the ideal starting point for many exciting hikes and climbs. The charming centre offers a selection of wonderful cafés and restaurants.

  • from£594pp
Selva Soaked In Sunshine

At the head of the splendid Gardena valley, Selva is located beneath the jagged peaks of this most spectacular part of the Dolomites, a particularly beautiful Alpine mountain chain in the Süd Tyrol region of northern of Italy.


The relatively small area of South Tyrol in the Dolomites is packed with Michelin starred restaurants. In fact, it has more than any other region in Italy! New stars are being awarded every year, which is a great excuse to keep returning. The cuisine here is influenced by Italy and Austria, so expect dishes like apple strudel (made from the fresh apples that grow in the hills), polenta and hearty dumplings. Regional specialties include speck (cured ham) and panicia (pearl barley with water and milk).

You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to award-winning wines in the Dolomites. Reds, whites and sparkling – whatever your favourite is you’re guaranteed to find it here. With only 9% of the region below 1,500 metres, the vines are packed into around 4,900 hectares. Many of these are still family-owned and follow old traditions to harvest the grapes. Stay in Merano and you can visit these wineries to see how the wine is produced and stock up on some bottles to take home.

Currency: Euro

Fly into: Innsbruck, Verona

Fly from: London Gatwick, Birmingham, London Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle, Bristol, East Midlands, Edinburgh & Leeds Bradford.

Flight time: approx. 2 hours.

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Canazei Summer 2022 Holidays from £596 pp
Selva Summer 2022 Holidays from £594 pp
Merano Summer 2022 Holidays from £549 pp
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