Nestling between the Catinaccio and Latemar, Carezza is located at 1,600 m asl and has a golf course to offer to its guests.
Lake Carezza, this is not only how the legendary lake at the foot of the Latemar is called, there is also a village belonging to Nova Levante that is named like this. With some 100 inhabitants only, this little village at 1,609 m asl is only a stone’s throw away from Nova Levante, the main place.
When you drive from Nova Levante to Passo Carezza, you pass by Lake Carezza, the little green mountain lake between the mountain massifs of the Latemar and Catinaccio. The “fairy-tale lake of the Dolomites”, as it is referred to due to its glimmering surface, extends in the reign of King Laurin. In 2010 a new visitors’ centre has been inaugurated at the lakeside.
Passo di Carezza can by the way harken back on a century-old golf tradition. Already at the beginning of the 20th century aristocrats from Austria and England used to play golf in this Alpine climate. Driving Ranch, Putting & Pitching Green, an exercise bunker with green as well as a club house and a cosy sun terrace characterise this place.
In winter, however, skiing is the most popular activity in this area. Carezza Ski boasts 16 lift facilities and 10 km of ski slopes, ideal for those who seek rather tranquil skiing areas that are not at all overcrowded. Above all families appreciate the benefits of this skiing resort.