Canazei Holidays

Everyone will love exploring Canazei and the endless cycle paths both on and off road

Canazei has a stunning location surrounded by some of the most iconic mountains in the Dolomites. Take in the spectacular views at the top of the Marmonlada or put yourself to the test by making your way up the well-groomed paths as you aim for the top of the Piz Boe. We love this family-friendly resort thanks to the endless number of activities that cater for every ability.

What to see on a Canazei holiday

Cycling is a great way to see the local area. Stick to the green forests on the valley floor or head for the exhilarating bike park trails. There's great views no matter where you go. Canazei's rich history dates back to World War One and you can learn all about the battles that took place with a visit to the Great War Museum. Take time to wonder round the cobbled streets too, there’s always something going on like music concerts and food & wine shows. If you want to explore further afield, hiking up the mountains is a great day out or you can easily jump on the lifts enjoy the spectacular views without too much effort.

Discover more things to do in the Dolomites.

Why book a holiday in Canazei with Inghams

We work in the Dolomites year round and feature the best resorts out there including Canazei. Our hotels are all traditional Italian properties near to the lifts and centre of town. We make sure you’re always in safe hands.

Added value

Free Val Di Fassa card for all guests staying at Hotels La Perla, Cesa Tyrol, Cristallo and Dolomiti

  • from£779pp
  • 52 rooms
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Hotel La Perla is run by the friendly and welcoming Debertol family. It's in the centre of Canazei and close to the Belvedere lift. The hotel is a great choice - it's known for its authentic Tyrolean décor and spacious rooms. This property has been a firm favourite of guests since it first opened its doors in 2011. 

  • from£679pp
  • 57 rooms

This hotel has some of the most breath-taking views in all of Canazei. It's close to the centre of town and has its own wellness centre. It's geared up to ensure you have everything you need for a great holiday, especially you're planning to cycle some of the mountain trails.

  • from£639pp
  • 45 rooms
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Hotel Cristallo has offered a high quality of service since 1901. It's just 150 metres from the town square and only 600 metres from the Belvedere Gondola, making it a perfect base for exploring the mountains.

  • from£599pp
  • 90 rooms

This distinctive Hasburg style of the Hotel Dolomiti is what make it one of the most popular places to stay in Canazei. Hand painted murals, eclectic furnishings and vaulted ceilings give the experience of old-world grandeur and history. It's conveniently located just a five minute's from the Belvedere Gondola. 

  • from£678pp
  • 45 rooms

Hotel Medil is in a great position close to the Col Rodella cable car, which opens up a huge range of walking, hiking and biking trails. With good spa facilities, hearty Tyrolean food and panoramic views of the Dolomites, it's a great choice for anyone looking for an active summer holiday. 

Things To Do

Things to see and do in the Canazei

Jumping on the lifts is one of the best ways to get out and about. Many of them allow for bikes so you can explore the Sella, Marmolada and Sassolungo mountains by foot or on two wheels. Or just hop on the shuttle train and enjoy a sightseeing tour to Val Contrin.

Throughout the season there's plenty going on from international mountain running to the Ladin folk festival, where locals from all over the Dolomites come together to celebrate their culture. 

After exploring, we love heading for the Doloandes Wellness Centre. With both fun pools and relaxation areas, it's a great way for all the family to have some fun splashing about. 

Food & drink 

When on holiday in the Dolomites you have to try out one of the many mountain huts - they're perfect for lunch. You can expect traditional Ladin recipes with many of the ingredients being sourced locally. Visit as many as you can to try lots of different dishes and unique views of the Dolomites. 

There's plenty of places for a drink in Canizei but if you like your wine, visit the Valentini Wine & Speciality Shop. They've got a great selection and you can stock up on snacks like cheese and homemade strudel too.


There's loads of great walking near Canazei including the Strada die Russi (The Road of the Russians). It's a nice easy two hour walk and the perfect way to warm up the legs at the start of your holiday. Advanced walks  includes climbing up the Piz Boe, the highest mountain of the Sella group with an elevation of 3,152 meters.

Take a trip to the Dolomiti Action Adventure Park in Campitello di Fassa or the Adventure Park Piciocaa in Pozza di Fassa to learn or test your skills along aerial zip lines, Tibetan and Nepalese swinging bridges and suspended rope passages.

Cycling is massive in Canazei, with over 400 routes to explore. One of the most popular goes through the Fassa and Fiemme valleys and along the River Avisio. 

Resort card

Free Val Di Fassa card for all guests staying at hotels; La Perla, Cesa Tyrol, Cristallo and Dolomiti. 

The Val Di Fassa card will be given to you by your hotel on arrival and entitles you to: 

  • A reduced cost on the Panorama Pass which gives you access to the lifts open in summer as well as public transport services 
  • An introduction to climbing for children ages 7 - 14 years including lessons on using ropes and clamps 
  • Workshops for adults and children to learn about the Geology of the Dolomites 
  • Guided excursions to 'I Suoni delle Dolomiti' or 'The Sounds of the Dolomites' - fantastic open air concerts throughout the season 
  • Discounted entry to museums including the First World War exhibition in Moena and the Great War exhibition at Pordoi Pass
  • 5% discount on selected treatments at the Terme Dolomia Spa and 10% discount on entry to the QC Terme Dolomiti in Pozza di Fassa
  • And many others available locally 

*Please note the climbing workshops and open air concerts are subject to availability and to enroll, you must bring your Val di Fassa card to your nearest tourist office by 6.30pm the day before the event is due to take place. 

Good to know

  • Buy the Panorama Pass travel card for unlimited use of public buses and lifts open during the summer
  • Take the cable car to the peak of Sass Pordoi to experience stunning views from the “Terrace of the Dolomites”
  • This region in the Dolomites has its own language called Ladin - a mixture of Latin and Rhaetian. Although they also speak German and Italian, Ladin is the first language of the region and is still taught in schools
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