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Located in Italy's Trentino Province, the Fascia Valley is filled with magical little Alpine towns, great ski resorts, and wonderful accommodation options. Skiing fans, hikers, and anyone wanting to get away from the stresses of home will adore Fascia Valley hotels. has partnered with the best accommodations in the Fascia Valley so that you can find the perfect option. Everyone can compare hotels using customer reviews, while we also include photographs of sample rooms. This information allows you to sort through the many accommodation options, making arranging your next Italian escape easier than ever. Book now with and you can also enjoy big savings on Fascia Valley hotels.

What's the Fascia Valley Like?

The Fascia Valley is a region of the Dolomite Mountains, which are the southern foothills of the Alps, and has some breath-taking scenery. In the winter, the Fascia Valley is part of the wider Dolomiti Super Ski region, which provides hundreds of miles of pistes to explore. The area has a wide range of difficulty levels, as well as night skiing and other activities such as ice hockey, snowboarding, and snow-shoe tours of the mountains. The major town in the Fascia Valley is Vigo di Fassa where you can find the beautiful Church of San Giovanni along with examples of traditional Ladin architecture and a fascinating Museum of Ladin Culture. In the summer, the area is a favorite spot for hikers, with the scenery of the Rosengarten nearby. Cable cars make it easy for hikers to reach the highest peaks to access gorgeous views.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in the Fascia Valley

The Fascia Valley is an interesting blend of Italian and Central European cultures. The locals speak Ladin, which differs significantly from Italian and German - although both major languages are widely spoken as well. Alpine sports are a huge local passion, so be sure to ask local people about the best places to rent equipment, take lessons, and book snow shoe tours or hiking trips in the summer. Head to Bolzano for its thriving cultural festival in July and August or to the region's famous Film Festival, held in early May. Because of its location, the area also has unique food culture, so try out local specialties. Cheeses like Trentingrana, polenta, and sausages are popular options while there are many first-rate vineyards as well. Book Fascia Valley hotels now with and explore the slopes, culture, and food of this wonderful Italian region today and check off the biggest stress factor before starting your vacation!