The Dolomites are a pearl of nature, but where are the Dolomites located?
The Dolomites are located in the Italian Alps, in the northeastern part of Italy, close to Austria.
It is one of the most beautiful regions in Italy, the area is full of lakes, castles and incredible trails for those who love to enjoy a trip close to nature.
One of the postcards of the Dolomites is the church of San Giovanni located near the city of Santa Madalena, certainly a little paradise in Val di Funes.
In other words, it’s a very beautiful landscape and worth visiting the region.
Dolomites – Unesco world heritage
The extent of the Dolomites is relatively large, so it is important to plan the trip very well in order to make the most of every moment.
As a landscape it is, in fact, impressive.
In 2009, UNESCO included in the List of World Heritage Sites an area of 142 thousand hectares, with 18 peaks above 3000 meters in height.
It is worth exploring the whole region, as there are many beautiful places and without a doubt, it is a wonderful setting for photography lovers.
The Landscape Photography Workshop
For example, we at Masterphotour plan every detail for maximum customer satisfaction: transfers, accommodation, restaurants, excursions are very well prepared.
We certainly cannot forget the workshop that we organize with the best photographers for an unforgettable experience in the Dolomites.
Taste and tradition
In addition to the beauty of the place, the Dolomites offer a rich culinary tradition.
South Tyrol cuisine is the result of German, Italian and Austrian influences, so it is based on the authenticity and high quality of the typical products of the area.
The typical dishes of South Tyrol’s mountain cuisine are many and are present in different variations depending on the area in which you are located.
place offers a spectacular setting for photography lovers.
There are many events throughout the year that offer more opportunities for an unforgettable holiday in this region.
What are you waiting for?
Start planning your next trip to the Dolomites.