San Martino is the main place of the municipality. This is where the Ladin Museum Ciastel de Tor is located.
San Martino is not only the main place of the municipality, but it is also the village in which the symbol of the Ladin territory is situated. Ciastel de Tor, castle and museum, illustrates the history of the 30,000 Ladins living in the Dolomites and also focuses on legends, archaeology and many more aspects of life. Also the Ladin Culture Institute is worth to be visited.
San Martino is located at 1,127 m asl, it has been mentioned for the first time in 1260. Today this village is particularly popular with those who love active holidays, as the meadows and forests of the Puez Odle nature park and the mighty Dolomites make your holiday experiences lasting.
In winter, the scenic landscape is covered by a snow mantle, seeming to tame the rough peaks of the Dolomites. No matter if you prefer skiing, cross-country skiing, winter walks or other outdoor activities, you are going to remember this stay in Val Badia. If skiing is your favourite past-time in winter, we recommend you the world-famous Sellaronda. Also the connection to the slopes of the Plan de Corones is only a stone’s throw away.