All our special offers we offer for a stay in Canazei, Val di Fassa, give you the magic of a holiday in Trentino among the most fascinating peaks in the world. Majestic mountains and dense unexplored woods, green velvet meadows and crystal clear waters make up the extraordinary natural setting of the Dolomites, spectacular massifs that dominate the valley. Here you will experience an incredible range of natural beauties, with unique mountains for geological composition, typical flora and fauna, but also interesting art and culture to which should be added a genuine and appetizing gourmet. Canazei, along with other villages in the valley such as Campitello di Fassa, Moena and Soraga, is a renowned destination that makes this valley an exclusive tourist destination. Ideal for winter holidays on the snow, in summer it is perfect for contact with uncontaminated nature of rare and extreme beauty.
The Dolomites are the undisputed theater of the Val di Fassa, with the massifs of the Marmolada, the group of the Catenaccio and the Sella. The “Enrosadira” phenomenon contributes to creating the magical halo, when at dawn and at sunset the spiers of these peaks are tinged with pink. If you are a fan of mountain hiking you will find many shelters where you feel pampered and from which to admire the enchanting landscapes. The Alpine villages of the valley have retained their traditional mountain appearance, with typical Tyrolean wooden constructions and characteristic tobiés, barns that characterize the Ladin tradition. Geographically the Val di Fassa is located in the extreme north-east of Trentino, bordering the provinces of Bolzano in Alto Adige and Belluno in the Veneto region. It can be easily reached from the south, through the San Lugano Pass and the Val di Fiemme, and from the north through the passages of Sella or Costalunga. Equipped impeccably, it has always been the ideal setting for international sporting events but also to listen to the fables and legends of these places in front of a lit fireplace.
At the B & B Appartamenti Cèsa Planber in Canazei, in Val di Fassa you will discover the ideal conditions for an energizing holiday. If you are a fitness lover, in summer you will find a wide range of outdoor activities to enjoy. If your dream is absolute relaxation and sweet doing nothing you can enjoy the peace and tranquility of the corners where the flow of rivers is the enchanting melody with which the sweet rhythm of its slopes is revealed. Climbing, mountain biking and hiking are the most popular sports, while at the bottom of the valley you will have a myriad of events including festivals such as “Sounds of the Dolomites”, exhibitions, concerts, shows, festivals and international sporting events. Explore the lakes of Lusia, the passes of San Pellegrino and Sella, the area around Cima Bocche, the trenches and the fortifications reminiscent of the First World War on the Dolomites. You can reach the Belvedere-Canazei Dolomites Park with the Canazei cableway and reach 2000 meters above Passo San Pellegrino.
In winter the valley is at its best, with 9 ski areas, the largest Dolomiti Superski consortium in the world and 7 resorts. Our house is only 20 meters away from the Canazei-Pecol-Belvedere ski lift. Modern ski lifts, sports centers, multiple après ski activities and excellent childcare facilities ensure great fun. Beginners can appreciate the easy rhythms in order to overcome initial fears. You will dispose of schools, excellent instructors and special areas to introduce even the smallest to the snow, over 50 km of cross-country trails including the Marcialonga, the skicross park and the mezzotube. If you are an expert skier you will have available the main slopes and red trails. You can have fun with dizzying trails of the Marmolada (12 km) or with the panoramic red on Buffaure a Pozza, which stretches for 6 kilometers towards the valley, a scenic route that will leave you breathless for the beauty of the views. If you love the suggestions of night skiing, in Pozza you will find the black track of Aloch but in no case you will have to miss the Sella Ronda circuit, which covers 4 valleys and 3 provinces in less than a day.
The valley has kept its charm intact and its villages represent its icon of beauty with typical chalets and welcoming hotels. Canazei is the largest and most lively town. Follow the narrow cobbled streets of Campitello, where you will find the lively sports center of Ischia, a large complex with numerous sports facilities including a basketball court and minigolf. Enjoy the sulphurous waters of Pozza di Fassa and its idyllic dolomites. Vigo is nestled in the mountains, but has a direct connection to the Ciampic valley, while the fairy-tale Moena is perfect if you want to ski in Trevalli. But the greatest tranquility you can find in Soraga, the oldest village of Fassa, surrounded by a wonderful forest. The Val di Fassa is part of the Ladin valleys, with ancient Roman settlements in very ancient times, characterized by a cordial and sincere welcome.
Absolutely do not miss the typical dishes and traditional flavors of the valley that express the typical notes of this territory, poor in products of the earth because of climatic rigidity. Canaderli, the famous bread dumplings, lucanica, spinach ravioli, speck, mushrooms, venison, are just some of the local delicacies that you can taste in the many restaurants, shelters, taverns and huts. Do not miss the barley soup and the traditional polenta with sausages and sauerkraut served with melted cheese. You will find simple but also delicious pastry: to the classic apple strudel, with custard and whipped cream, you can alternate the “fortaes” fried donuts served with blueberry jam. The Val di Fassa cuisine is enriched with products from the Val d’Adige, from the olives of Lake Garda to the apples of Val di Non. You will appreciate a considerable quantity of wines produced with the Val d’Adige grapes, which have become famous for their characteristic scent that draw from these lands.