Dobbiaco is located at the entrance to the wild-romantic Landro Valley, from where you can enjoy a fantastic view of the renowned "Three Peaks". The village is therefore also called the "Community of the Three Peaks".
In Dobbiaco you can leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind you, and enjoy the serenity in the mountain world, and the magic of unspoiled nature. On the other hand, Dobbiaco is the ideal terrain for sports and even top-class sports. Be it the big World Cup competitions in winter, the cross-country competitions, or the varied international track-and-field events in summer. With regard to mass sports Dobbiaco offers cross-country skiing, winter hiking, alpine skiing, snowboarding, snow-shoe hikes, ski touring and ice-skating in winter, and hiking, cycling tours, mountain hikes, climbing, fishing and tennis in winter.
The Gustav Mahler Music Weeks held in honour of the great composer, provide a cultural highlight every summer.
Dobbiaco is located near Austria, and characterised by Tyrolean customs, and the German dialect, which is still the mother tongue of locals. Italian is the second language in South Tyrol, hence South Tyroleans speak German and Italian.
Since January 2010 Dobbiaco is in the proud possession of the new cross-country-ski-stadion, the Nordic Arena.
The Nordic Arena of Dobbiaco implies following facilities:
- public showers
- changing rooms
- restaurant and bar
- shop & outlet
- meeting room
- broadcasting facilities
- tower of climbing
- bike rental outlet
- course of roller skating
- adventure park
- 2 outdoor tennis courts with flood light
- cross-country-ski-school Azzurra with renting agency
- FIS slopes
In the summertime the cross-country-ski-slopes are exchanged by the Corse of Roller skating. The highest climbing-hall of Italy is the highlight of the sport complex.
To see the courses and profiles click HERE.
OTHER SEASON HIGHLIGHTS
Other sport events in Dobbiaco:
- “36. Pustertal Valley Ski-Marathon”: 14th & 15th January 2012
- 14th january 2012: start of the 365th Pustertaler Ski-Marathon Skating at 10 am in Dobbiaco - 28 km
- 14th january 2012: start o the 6th Puschtra Mini at 2.30 pm in Sesto
15th january 2012
- start of the 36th Pustertaler Ski-Marathon Classic at 10 am in Dobbiaco - 42 km
- More information: www.ski-marathon.com
- “35. Dobbiaco-Cortina”: 4th & 5th February 2012
- 4th February 2012: 30 km free, from Cortina to Dobbiaco
- 5th February 2012: 42 km classic, from Dobbiaco to Cortina
- More information: www.dobbiacocortina.org
- FIS Rollerski Worldcup: 14th – 16th September 2012
- 36th Dobbiaco Night Run on 14/08/2012:
If you request information regarding your overnight stay please contact our office. After entering your accommodation request, we will contact you with the details about the hotel/pension you will be staying in. We kindly ask you to confirm your arrival to the hotel.
Ruth Bachmann – secretary Sport OC Dobbiaco
Tel. 0039 0474 976 000 | Fax 0039 0474 972 817
For any other question or information please contact us.
We are in office from Mo to Fr 07:30 – 17:00.
Entry for the FIS Tour de Ski 2012 in Dobbiaco/Cortina is free of charge
HOW TO GET TO DOBBIACO
Longitude N: 46.727507
Via al Lago 5
BZ – Italy
Coming from north follow this route:
Munich (Germany)- Rosenheim-Kufstein –Innsbruck- Motorway Brennero with exit Bressanone- SS 49 Pusteria until you reach Dobbiaco
Coming from west follow this route:
Passo Resia,-Bolzano-Bressanone and SS 49 Pusteria until you reach Dobbiaco
Coming from east follow this route:
Motorway Monti Tauri- Felbertauern Tunnel - Lienz- Pusteria road until you reach Dobbiaco
Coming from south follow this route:
Verona-Trento-Bolzano -Motorway Brennero with exit Bressanone- SS 49 Pusteria until you reach Dobbiaco
Venice - Treviso –Motorway until Longarone – Alemagna road until you reach Dobbiaco
The main railway is the Innsbruck -Brennero – Verona. You need to change in Fortezza to a local train travelling across the Pusteria valley until you reach Dobbiaco. Coming from Switzerland or from Vienna, you need to reach Innsbruck first, where you take a train going to Verona. You change in Fortezza, where you get on a different train which will take you to Dobbiaco.
From Lienz and the eastern part of Tyrol you can reach Dobbiaco directly. From Milan, through Verona-Bolzano until Fortezza where a local train will take you to Dobbiaco. From Venice you reach Calalzo di Cadore where you change to a bus which take you to Dobbiaco, via Cortina d’Ampezzo.
The nearest international airports are:
Bolzano/Airport Dolomiti (ca. 120 km)
Verona/Villafranca (ca. 250 km)
Venezia/Marco Polo (ca. 190 km)
Treviso/S. Angelo (ca. 180 km)
Milano/Linate und Malpensa (ca. 435 km)
Innsbruck (ca. 140 km)
Munich - Germany (ca. 300 km)