In the Mountain Lodges of the Dolomites, breathtaking views and delicious recipes meet in a combination of emotions. In Cortina you can enjoy a panoramic lunch on the 2752 meters of the Rifugio Lagazuoi, experience the tradition of the Rifugio Nuvolau, the oldest in the Dolomites, admire the majestic 5 Torri tasting traditional dishes at the Rifugio Scoiattoli and much more. 
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Baita Bai De Dones

Baita Bai De Dones

Rifugio Col Gallina

This is an ideal place for families and children thanks to its large field, extremely well kept, with sun chairs, swings, slides and colourful children games.

Rifugio Averau

The Rifugio Averau has been listed by the Sunday Times between the ten best restaurants of the Alps.

Rifugio Lagazuoi

It is one of the highest mountain chalets in Cortina at 2752 meter high. Its balcony is so famous thanks to astonishing views over the Dolomites that it has been mentioned on important magazines in Italy and abroad.

Rifugio Cinque Torri

Rifugio Cinque Torri

Baita Resch

Situata in splendida posizione sulle piste da sci, offre piatti della tradizione ampezzana rigorosamente fatti in casa

Rifugio Bar Socrepes

Rifugio Bar Socrepes

Rifugio Duca D'Aosta

Located in the Tofane area, Rifugio Duca d’Aosta, takes advantage of one of most beautiful views over the Ampezzo Valley.

Restaurant Rifugio Ospitale

The Restaurant Rifugio Ospitale is located on the road that connects Cortina to Dobbiaco and offers a mix of elegance and tradition, perfect for any occasion.

Rifugio Faloria

The Faloria Refuge, situated at the start of the Faloria cable car, at an altitude of 2.123 m, offers a particularly well prepared cuisine with local specialities and a touch of refinement.

Rifugio Capanna Tondi

It is the ideal place for an alternative evening. Marco, owner of the Rifugio Capanna Tondi and also chef, organizes dinners where you can taste the local traditional dishes...

Pizzeria Capanna Ra Valles

Pizzeria Capanna Ra Valles

Ristorante Baita Il Cervo

Ristorante Baita Il Cervo

Rifugio Scoiattoli

The refuge was built by the alpine guide Lorenzo Lorenzi, who still runs it together with his family, and it has breathtaking views over the 5 Torri area.

Nuvolau Mountain Hut

It is the oldest refuge in the Dolomites.

Rifugio Lago d’Ajal

The Rifugio Lago d’Ajal is a delight for grown-ups and children thanks to its location by the lake d’Ajal.

Rifugio Son Forca

This place mixes together the beauty and the charm of the Monti Pallidi (the Dolomites) and the professionalism of the Siorpaes family who has run it for over 50 years.

Rifugio Dibona

This has always been the perfect destination for who loves hiking on the Tofana wall as plenty of trips start and end from here.