Pure nature as far as the eye can see, a diverse cultural programme and top-notch
accommodation facilities: you can stay at a hotel, in a holiday flat or at
Dobbiaco’s youth hostel.
Dobbiaco, called Toblach in German, together with Valle San Silvestro and Santa Maria is known as the gate to the Dolomites. The magic of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, the Lake Dobbiaco, the Valle di Landro or the deep blue Lago di Landro complete the natural scenery.
The national park house Dolomiti di Sesto, the artisanal cheese factory in Dobbiaco, the district heating station Dobiacco-San Candido as well as the rooms and “Komponierhäuschen” (composing hut) where Gustav Mahler used to spend his holidays, are some of Dobbiaco’s main sights.
Visitors interested in culture will take great pleasure in visiting the parish church of John the Baptist, a picturesque Baroque church, the church of St. Nicholas in Valle San Silvestro or the pilgrimage church in Santa Maria.
A tip: once a year a gathering takes place in the Grand Hotel Dobbiaco during which environmental issues are discussed as part of the so-called “Talks of Dobbiaco”.
Incorporated villages of Dobbiaco: Valle San Silvestro, Santa Maria