The Val Belluna valley

Ristorante Al Borgo is situated near Belluno, in a wonderful panoramic position from where you can admire the whole valley. An extraordinary nature, love for traditions, good food and outdoor sports make this the perfect destination for a pleasant and relaxing holiday, especially with your family.

Historical background

The Val Belluna valley boasts towns rich in tradition. There are Belluno, its main center, and then Ponte nelle Alpi with its hamlets, Mel with its cultural and artistic heritage and its castle, Sedico with its villas, Sospirolo with the Chartreuse of Vedana. Every hamlet of the valley hides precious treasures of culture and tradition, there for you to see while you walk along the cobblestone alleys.

Belluno Dolomites National Park

Established in 1990 in order to preserve the local natural heritage, the Belluno Dolomites National Park is one of the main tourist attractions of the province and the perfect destination for trekking tours, from easy walks for the whole family to the most demanding routes suitable for true trekking enthusiasts.

Alpe del Nevegal

If you love active holidays in the nature, on Alpe del Nevegal you’ll find something to do in every season: the mountain is in fact a ski center in winter and a trekking paradise in summer. Moreover, the area features many other tourist attractions: sports competitions, the Sanctuary of the Virgin Mary of Lourdes and the Botanical garden of Eastern Alps.

UNESCO Dolomites

On June 29 2009 the Dolomites were inscribed in the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO: an area of 231 hectares including mountains and natural reserves of the provinces of Trento, Bolzano, Belluno, Pordenone and Udine, recognized as an heritage worth protecting for its sheer beauty and for its combination of geomorphological and geological values. Among the most famous peaks, and closest to our area: Pelmo (Val di Zoldo), Croda da Lago (Cortina d’Ampezzo), Marmolada and Pale di San Martino (Agordino).