Come visit us and enjoy the perfect holiday: traditionally welcoming and friendly towards tourists, the Fodomi (the inhabitants of the Fodom Valley) are attentive and cozy hosts. Let yourself be guided through the centuries-old Ladin tradition to discover the excellent local gastronomy, the local language and customs, the charm of a timeless mountain village of the Dolomites with all the comforts of a modern ski resort: efficient ski lifts, unique and exciting ski slopes, excellent accommodation facilities, fascinating mountain refuges and pleasant restaurants and clubs.

Arabba, Marmolada, Sellaronda

Arabba is a charming holiday resort of the Dolomites UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site located in the Fodom Valley in the High Agordino; surrounded by the imposing Mount Sella and Cima Portavescovo, Arabba is part of the Municipality of Livinallongo del Col di Lana in the Province of Belluno; the mountain passes Passo Pordoi and Passo Campolongo connect Arabba to the neighboring valleys Val di Fassa and Alta Badia. Beside being well known as a ski resort, Arabba is the ideal place also for a relaxing summer vacation in the Dolomites dedicated to sports and well-being.

Discover arabba

Arabba, together with the neighboring Val di Fassa, Val Gardena and Alta Badia, is part of the most renowned ski tour of the Dolomiti Superski, that is the Sella Ronda or Four Passes Ski Tour, one of the most popular and fascinating ski tours of the Alps.
The Fodom Valley had been until 1923 part of the ancient Tyrol and it is a place rich in historical and cultural features and attractions: the Museum of History, Customes, Culture of the Tradition of the Ladin People and the statue of Kathatina Lanz (the local heroine) in the hamlet of Pieve di Livinallongo; the Old Mill in Arabba, a masterpiece of Ladin craftsmanship; the many monuments dedicated to the Great War in the Dolomites (the Salesei and the Passo Pordoi Military Memorial Monuments, the ruins of the La Corte Fort, the Col di Lana); but the most suggestive one is definitely the Andraz Castle, a Tyrolean stronghold located in the hamlet of Castello.