In 2009, the Dolomites were declared World Heritage by UNESCO for their exceptional geology and landscape.

The territory of the Livinallongo settlement of the Col di Lana range, home to the Dolomiti Porta Vescovo Resort skiing complex, was the site of harsh battles during the Great War.


The zone displays significant biodiversity, due to vast outcrops of volcanic origin and its geographical position of transition between the western and eastern currents blowing across it, from the oceans and from the land.


Enrosadira. That’s the name given to the phenomenon which illuminates the Dolomite peaks at dawn and sunset with an evocative pink tinge which gradually turns red, then orange, then violet. This traditional Ladin term literally means ‘turn pink.’ The Dolomiti Porta Vescovo Resort terraces are the perfect spot to observe this natural phenomenon.