Ortisei Holidays

A vibrant village steeped in Ladino culture

Ortisei is a large village in the Italian Dolomites where tourism sits alongside woodcarving as the major industry.

  • from£1064pp
  • 110 rooms
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As one of the finest hotels in the Dolomites, the Adler Spa Resort Dolomiti offers the highest standards of comfort, service and cuisine. Enjoy a host of free daily activities, wonderful cuisine and an extensive spa that overlooks the beautiful grounds.

Useful Information
Information about Ortisei
Resort Code ITOT
Time difference GMT +1
Currency EUR
Latitude 46.556309
Longitude 11.755220
Travel and Transportation
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Transfer time: approx. 2 hours 30 mins by coach.

Please note: Supplements may apply on some flights.

Self drive is available

Car hire available: Yes

Evening resort bus service: No

Local bus services:

Parking available: No

Resort Ski bus available: No

Things To Do
  • Cable cars
  • Cycling
  • Horse-riding
  • Paragliding
  • Walking
  • Bolzano or Brixen by bus, takes 1½ hrs but it’s worth it
  • Visit nearby Ortisei for shops, museums, churches
  • Climbing tours and courses

There is a pedestrianised shopping area here, and the local heritage museum and the Church of St Jacob are well worth a visit. The active programme offers a range of free walks and activities. As well having its own walking area, Alpe di Siusi, Ortisei is linked to the Gardena valley and serious walkers may want to purchase the Val Gardena Card the unlimited use of local transport and lifts.

 

 

Walking

Walking in Ortisei 1,560-2,518m

Ortisei is a mecca for walkers of all levels, from easy strolls close to the villages to challenging high-level treks in the Dolomites. Serious walkers may purchase the Val Gardena card which gives unlimited of use local public transport and lifts.

Independent walking and walking maps are available locally. Here are some suggestions:

  • Follow the old railway line, a 9km ramble down to Ortisei. The town is well worth a visit. Perhaps catch the bus back.
  • Walk around Vallunga and up to Pra da Ri, where the Golden Eagle nest every year
  • Explore the Alpe di Siusi from Ortisei & Selva – a meadow plateau, a wildflower paradise

Guided Tourist Board walks: Through the Selva & Ortisei Active programmes, casual walkers can enjoy a full programme of guided walks. They are free to Inghams guests in all hotels. There is something every day, including Sunrise Walks, Sunset Walks, Nature Rambles, walks in the Puez-Odle National Park, Alpine meadow explorations.

The Selva Active programme offers many other activities: mountain biking, cookery lessons, Nordic walking tasters and excursions, visits to local stables, rock climbing for beginners, Yoga etc. Usually free. Pick up a booklet in resort.

Good to know

  • Get the Val Gardena MobilCard from your hotel to use buses in the area for free!
  • Visit the Gardena Museum to find out about the art of woodcarving that this region is famous for
  • Ortisei has a very close community that enjoys celebrating its culture. They have various festivals for tourists and locals alike to enjoy throughout the summer months
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