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Family and Children

In San Vigilio, the 'dead end' of the valley with hardly any traffic, there is no noise to shatter the alpine idyll. Mountain landscape promising adventure and a great programme for kids make the place a paradise for families. It's worth taking a trip to 'Spiaggetta Ciamaor' on hot summer days: splashing in the water, playing around, relaxing on the beach along St. Vigil Bach stream. Cooler days are perfect for riding Icelandic horses. The recreation area of Pont da Rü Fosch is always a good place to rest and unwind.

Children on the Spiaggetta Ciamaor in San Vigilio/St.Vigil

There are also lots of places to run around, with playgrounds, for example, in the centre of San Martin, a sports ground at Longiarü or the centre of Antermoia, or Pespesc playground in San Vigilio. For hiking and getting the most out of nature, there's Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park House - a museum that tells of how the Dolomites came about and features exciting stories about the bear dens at Conturines. Exploring the wild animal kingdom in a Dolomites Ranger in San Martin, or practising climbing on genuine rock on a climbing course at Würzjoch promises thrills, too.

Child with a horse

San Vigilio is heaven for kids - in winter, too

When San Vigilio is all aglitter with snow, everyone heads for the pistes. On Kronplatz mountain, children are catered for with our large snow hill and a great kids' programme. And if their parents fancy doing a ski tour or whizzing down the black pistes, there's Kinderland for children as of 3 years old. Kiddie olympics are organised both in summer and winter, where the kings and queens of the different fun and sporting disciplines are chosen to much perspiration and laughter.

Children having a snowball fight in San Vigilio/St.Vigil

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