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Costalta di Cadore

Costalta Di Cadore

Also known as “the wooden village”, Costalta is a small hamlet in the municipality of San Pietro di Cadore on the slopes of Monte Zovo.

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Indeed, its typical dwellings and sculptures made over the years by artists from all over the world are made of wood. Here you can feel what it is like to be treated like a local and slow down away from the hectic pace of everyday life.

Let yourself be pampered by the kindness of the inhabitants who open the doors of their homes to you in the “Albergo Diffuso Costauta”. Taste simple and traditional dishes. Take walks in the peace of these beautiful places far from everyday life.

Curiosities and tips

  • Discover nearby Poli De Pol Palace, today the Town Hall of San Pietro di Cadore. Almost certainly the northernmost Venetian villa
  • The “Albergo Diffuso Costauta” is one of the first hospitality projects in the Dolomites
  • The “Angiul Sai” House Museum is worth a visit for the architectural structure, layout of the collections, display and technical solutions and spaces and because it is a fine example of a building made with the ancient log cabin or chalet technique.
  • The “CostaltArte” event is held to enhance the village with wooden sculptures, carved by Italian and international artists
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