Arabba, also known as “Reba” , is a wonderful mountain village located in the Fodom Valley, ensconced between the impressive Sella Group and Cima Portavescovo in the Dolomites UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site.
With an altitude of 1600 m, Arabba is the ideal destination for sports and nature lovers. In Arabba there are countless itineraries for trekking, mountain bike riding and even rock climbing fans can take on exciting walls of every level and difficulty, from the new Falesia rock climbing gym near the Andràz castle, to the more challenging cabled route through World War I trenches.
The most famous attraction of the Fodom Valley is definitely the Sellaronda (which is also called in Italian "the Four Passes Tour"), which is a beloved destination for sporty guests also during the summer season. The Sellaronda is the wonderful tour of the Sella Massif that connects thanks to an efficient system made of modern ski lifts the four Ladin valley that surrounds this beautiful and majestic mount, which are, of course, Arabba in the Fodom Valley (Agordino area, Province of Belluno, Veneto Region), Val di Fassa (Trentino area, Province of Trento, Trentino-Alto Adige Region), Val Gardena-Gröden (Südtirol area, Province of Bolzano, Trentino-Alto Adige Region) and Alta Badia-Gadertal (Südtirol area, Province of Bolzano, Trentino-Alto Adige Region).
Plus, interesting historical and cultural itineraries will allow you to discover the most hidden corners of the valley of Fodom: the Andràz Castle and ruins of the "la Corte" Fort, the Old Mill, the Museum of History, Customes, Culture of the Tradition of the Ladin People, the statue of the local heroine Katharina Lanz, the Salesei and the Pordoi Military Memorial Monuments and much more. For foodies, the famous restaurants of Arabba scattered throughout the territory offer fantastic Ladino dinners faithfully prepared according to local traditions.