Corvara is the main village in the spectacular Val Badia, a breathtaking touristic valley in Trentino Alto Adige, right in the heart of the Dolomites. The valley is surrounded by some of the most impressive mountains of the Dolomites: the Sella Massif is probably the most beloved from skiers, cyclists and mountain lovers.
To reach this incredible location, How2Transfer provides you professional airport transfer services to Corvara, with many possibilities for single passengers, for families or for groups of friends. You can choose from private transports or shared-transports based on your needs. For us, it’s important to bring you to your holiday destination with the best solution and with the most convenient price. So, you could enjoy your holiday in total relax. Do you know what is expecting you in Corvara in Badia?
Discover Corvara in Badia
Corvara is a paradise for skiing, but also for all the activities you can do on the mountain, and also for relaxing walks in the green pastures during the summer. Corvara is a part of Sellaronda, a big and exciting ski circuit around the Sella Group.
Sella Massif includes four valleys, Badia, Fascia, Gardena and Livinallongo. All the valleys are linked by four passes: Campolongo Pass, Pordoi Pass, Sella Pass, and Gardena Pass. The entire circuit is about 40 kilometres. It can be covered totally with the skis, thanks to the slopes and the ski lift connected.
Sella Massif offers unforgettable experiences in summer also. Sellaronda can be walked by bicycles and can be an ideal destination for trekking and walks: the impressive views will steal your heart.
In the area of Corvara in Badia you can enjoy more than 130 kilometres of slopes, with various difficulty levels and 30 kilometres of cross-country skiing trails. The highest point of the Sella Massif is Piz Boè, 3.152 metres. Sellaronda is connected with many ski facilities and 483 kilometres of slopes.
A paradise in summer and winter
What kind of entertainments Corvara offers besides skiing? This is a region ideal for every kind of tourists all over the year. Corvara in Badia is one of the villages belonging to the Natural Park Puez-Geisler, a Unesco World Heritage Site. 10,196 hectares of pristine nature, forests, pastures and the unique Dolomite rocks, dominating the valley bellows.
After all the enjoyments during the day, you will for sure taste some of the typical specialties of the Ladin cuisine. They are simple but delicious recipes, made with the fruits of the land. The most known are the Ladin Dumplings, locally named “Canederli“. It’s a recipe made with stuffed bread balls with smoked ham and cheese. These can be seasoned with broth or with a mushroom sauce.
The smoked ham is probably the symbol of the Alta Badia region, originated in South Tyrol. Other delights are various types of cheese made with fresh local milk, salami and smoke sausages. Don’t miss a glass of local wine: Pinot Grigio, Gewürztraminer and Muller-Thurgau are just some of the local varieties of white wine, but there is a large choice of red wines also.
So, have you booked your holiday yet? Corvara in Badia is the ideal destination for whoever wants to discover the heart of the Dolomites. How2Transfer will be at your side for the best and most convenient airport transfers for your holiday.