Campitello, Italy

Campitello, Italy

Things to do - general

Below Sassolungo and Col Rodella the town of Campitello di Fassa (1448 m.) offers one of the most beautiful landscapes of the entire valley and alpine arc. Historically it has always been considered the first alpine-tourist centre of the Fassa Valley.

Campitello is the starting point for the Col Rodella – Belvedere ski-area which is part of the famous “Sellaronda” ski carousel where tourists can appreciate at close quarters the majesty of the Dolomite peaks and its unique landscapes and breathtaking views.

Paragliders and hang-gliders use Col Rodella as an ideal launching point.

The Ischia sports centre which is near the Col Rodella cable car, is a reference point, especially during summer, for Fassa Valley’s sporting activities. Amongst the attractions in Campitello are the sports climbing wall, football pitches, basket ball courts, minigolf, the adventure park, fitness trails, cycling paths, a practice range for golf and horse riding stables.

The strikingly beautiful Duron valley, which can be reached on foot, mountain bike, or taxi, reawakens unique emotions from contact with unspoilt nature.

The village is towered by the imposing massive structure of the Sassolungo, one of the most charming mountain vistas in the Dolomites.In Campitello, the area has modern ski lifts on an up-to-date snow covering system, which can guarantee early season coverage.

Country Italy
Languages spokenItalian, English
Currency usedEuro
Ski Area Size223km
Highest Point2950
Vertical Drop1500
Longest Run7km
SeasonDecember to April
TerrainBeginner 20%
Intermediate 45%
Advanced 35%
Nearest AirportVenice - 280km
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Nightlife info

Nightlife revolves around several village bars and a range of restaurants (nine in total), with other choices in villages just minutes up or down the valley, for example Canazei.

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Culture and history info

Still 1960s Campitello had only a building used as shelter for shepherds. In the 1970s it started the realization of the first plants to transform it in a ski resort.

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Garni Letizia, Campitello

Strada de Greva 38031 Campitello di Fassa TN Italy
The beautiful Garni Letizia in Campitello; the Bed & Breakfast has undergone recent refurbishmen More info
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Campitello has maintained much of its traditional charm and ambience but still offers the facilities and luxuries of a modern ski resort: excellent hotels, pensiones and apartments, restaurants, cafes and shops.

Enjoy all this amazing region has to offer with Dolomiti Ski Tours, whose expert hosts are ready to show you everything from the best slopes to the best restaurants and après-ski.

Unfortunately there are no self-catering offers at this location at the moment.

Unfortunately there are no tour offers at this location at the moment.

Ski Programs

The Campitello Ski School has over 30 instructors offering a range of private and group lessons - both ski and snowboard - are offered, for adults and children. Beginners choosing to stay in Campitello will love the novices' area right in the middle of Campitello, which is an ideal way to gain confidence before heading up the mountain.


Transfer from Milan
2 hours
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Hot Deals

Ski passes are available in two different categories. The Val di Fassa ski pass is valid on all skilifts from Canazei to the Costalunga Pass (Karerpass in German). This includes the smaller local ski areas above Alba and Pozza di Fassa. This is certainly of value to those only in the area for a few days as it provides some options for easy runs on intermediate ski slopes. However more advanced skiers and those staying for a week or longer will probably want to take advantage of the more extensive Dolomiti Superski pass, which covers a total of 460 ski lifts.