Since June 26th 2009, UNESCO has officially included the Dolomites in the list of the most beautiful landscapes in the world.

These territories have always filled passionate mountaineers and famous writers with wonder, from Dino Buzzati to Mario Rigoni Stern, from Josiah Gilbert to Amelia Edwards.

The recognition includes nine Dolomite groups, including our Pala Group. The IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) has recognized these territories as unique for their geology, botany and scenery. It is precisely these extraordinary natural and aesthetic features that make the Dolomites, and consequently the Pale of San Martino a World Heritage, among the 50 most beautiful landscapes in Europe and the 199 most beautiful worldwide.