The hotel offers easy access to some of the region's main attractions: from Sadole with the Tre Cime della Guerra, where our legendary polenta feast takes place, to Cavelonte with the remains of the thermal complex built in the mid-19th century. The cycle path, which runs right past the hotel, takes you to all the villages in the valley – on foot and on two wheels.
An important rock painting (petroglyph) was discovered on a rock face on the Latemar. The countless inscriptions were most likely made during the summer months by the shepherds. They include abbreviations, signs, small decorative elements, cattle tales, and pictures of animals and were probably created between the middle of the 17th century and the beginning of the 20th century. They are located along the most important routes that lead up to the high mountain pastures.
Villa Flora in Ziano di Fiemme, the former headquarters of the commander of an Austro-Hungarian mountain troop, now houses an exhibition on the First World War. It was created for the 100th anniversary. Following the success of the first part of the exhibition on 1914, a second part of the exhibition on 1915 will open in summer. It will detail how the inhabitants of Val di Fiemme fared during the war. In addition, the fallen are to be honoured and the cultural heritage of the valley is to be preserved.