San Martino in Badia is one of the five Ladin municipalities of the Val Badia, its most striking sight is Ciastel de Tor.
San Martino in Badia is located in Val Badia and comprises the Ladin villages of Picolein, Longiarù and Antermois. Inhabited by some 1,700 people, it stretches from 1,115 m to 1,515 m asl. The Sasso Putia is considered the local mountain, if you are experienced in mountaineering, we highly recommend you to scale this prominent Dolomite peak. The highest located village of San Martino is Antermoia.
Nature and culture go hand in hand in San Martino. The Puez-Odle nature park and the pale Dolomite mountains provide a vast number of possibilities to experience nature in the Unesco World Heritage Site. To those who are interested in culture we recommend a visit of the Ladin Museum Ciastel de Tor, as well as of the Ladin Culture institute Micura de Rú, named after a Ladin linguist. What you also don’t have to miss is a walk to the so-called Viles, one of the earliest and most characteristic settlements of this area.
And in winter? The slopes of the Plan the Corones are only 1 km away. A real must-do is a day on the slopes of the world-famous Sellaronda, which can be reached by a shuttle service. Also cross-country skiers can look forward to their stay, as there are tracks at the foot of the Sasso Putia. Refining your skills in the middle of the Dolomites, what do you wish for more?