Mount Marmolada, at 3.343m, is the highest peak in the Dolomites, undisputed queen of the mountains recognizes by UNESCO as a world heritage site, it is the beating heart of Val Pettorina holiday area, one of the most enchanting in the whole of the Alps.
On 26 June 2009 the Dolomites became a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site. This status was awarded for their uniquely beautiful landscape and because of the scientific importance of their geology and geomorphology.
Campsite is located 300m from village Malga Ciapela, at the foot of the glacier & mountain Marmolada and 3km from the geographic center of the Dolomites. We are 300 meters from cable cars and small shoping center.
Culture and crafts & taste of the Mountains... The Serauta cable car station on Mount Marmolada, there is a fascinating museum dedicated to the First World War, with a wealth of interesting exhibits and which is the hoghest museum in Europe at an altitude of…