The Dolomites are a mountain range in the eastern Alps, south of the main alpine range. In 2009, they were entered on the UNESCO list, and many areas are under protection, including Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park. These mountains are distinguished by massive vertical rock walls, jagged peaks and picturesque valleys. Due to the special chemical composition of the rocks from which the Dolomites are made, the phenomenon known as enrosadira occurs in particular meteorological conditions. Then, at sunset, the mountains turn pink and purple, creating unique, breathtaking views.
Are you planning a trip to the Dolomites, but you have doubts if this is the right destination for a holiday with children? You do not have to worry! Many attractions have been prepared here especially for small travelers, such as amusement parks: Cermislandia and Fassalandia, many mountain educational routes and nature parks. It is also worth planning a holiday by one of the many mountain lakes.