//San Martino di Castrozza
On the eastern part of Trentino, to the south of the Dolomites, San Martino di Castrozza is a historic and renowned tourist destination, having been already known by the pioneers of modern alpinism in the 19th century, frequented by nobles and artists who found inspiration here.
San Martino di Castrozza retains its charm and liveliness. Nowadays, it is still a top-notch and truly loved tourist destination due to the incomparable beauty of the environment and the offer of the most complete service. At the foot of the Pale di San Martino and inside the Natural Reserve of Paneveggio – Pale di San Martino, the resort lies on a sunny green valley at an altitude of 1,450 m, surrounded by a breathtaking landscape that makes it unique in the Dolomites.
For all mountain lovers this is definitely an environment where you can cultivate passion for sport activities, and at the same time enjoy a holiday of relaxation and culture, as well as good food and local folklore.
In summer you can explore and discover flora and fauna of the Nature Park along the extensive network of trails, ranging from the easy ones using the technique of Nordic walking to hiking at high altitude for the more skilled, ride along the Ippovia del Trentino (Eastern Trentino Riding Trail), go mountain biking, or get higher by uphill facilities, or just fish in the streams and lakes or go hunting for mushrooms… and least but not last, San Martino di Castrozza is a paradise for climbing, free climbing and short climbing paths.
In winter, it offers a first level ski area in the Dolomiti Superski carousel, a delight for free riding and touring, aided by frequent and heavy snowfalls, guided tours with snowshoes, cross country skiing, kart circuit … The center of San Martino di Castrozza, closed to traffic in the evening hours, is renowned for its shops and its boutiques with the best brands, workshops, local products, restaurants, bars and pubs for happy hour and nightlife, hotels renovated with modern and best equipped wellness centers, as well as chalets and mountain refuges, popular for the typical Trentino cuisine.