A charming and traditional ski village in the heart of the Dolomites
Arabba is charming ski resort within the Dolomiti Superski area of north-eastern Italy. At an altitude of 1600 metres, it’s one of the highest Italian resorts in the Dolomites and offers a great mix of open and tree-covered slopes.
The resort features plenty of cruisy slopes for intermediates, whilst more ambitious riders can tackle the Sella Ronda, a ski tour that crosses the four Dolomite passes around the Sella massif: Arabba, Fassa, Val Gardena, and Alta Badia. Moreover, visitors can use the Dolomiti Superski pass to explore the neighbouring ski areas of Canazei, the Mormolada glacier and Cortina, covering 1200 km of piste in total.
The unspoilt village of Arabba has a distinctly Italian feel and offers a small collection of shops, restaurants and bars to explore. Though not known for its après ski or nightlife, there are a few lively places to check out including Bar Peter and the Stube Pub.
Arabba is a year-round resort with excellent hiking and cycling routes for all levels in the summer months. There’s a host of other summer activities to enjoy throughout the Dolomites region including mountain biking, tobogganing, ziplining, and high ropes courses.
Picturesque views of the Dolomites mountain range
A charming ski town with a traditional Italian feel
Local wildlife including foxes, deer, hares, and marmots
Explore over 1200 km of piste with the Superski pass