Hotel Val is located on a small sunny hill at the entrance to the famous Vallunga, which is part of the Nature Park Puez-Odle, in a quiet area surrounded by nature. The hotel boasts a large garden with sun loungers and a small playground for children; from our terrace-bar you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Dolomites. You can reach the centre of Selva through a comfortable 10 minutes’ walk on a path leading through green flowering meadows, which is also accessible with a stroller. By car, the centre of Selva can be reached in 2-3 minutes (1.5-2 km/approximately 1 mile).
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The picturesque village of Selva di Val Gardena is located at 1,563 m above sea level and is one of the most popular tourist destinations among skiers, hikers and families for the wonderful view of the surrounding Dolomites. Both in summer and in winter you can take part in the most varied mountain sport activities, but also enjoy the tranquillity and get in touch with nature discovering the most famous mountains in the world – the Dolomites!
A hike in the Puez-Odle Nature Park is certainly one of the summer activities that you cannot miss during a holiday in Val Gardena. Vallunga is one of the most popular destinations for tourists, especially for hikers and mountaineers, but also for families with small children, as it offers trails of all levels of difficulty. In Selva you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Dolomites, mild temperatures and pure mountain air.
Vallunga is the ideal starting point if you like to practice all kinds of winter sports, such as skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding or hiking in winter. From our hotel you can easily access the world-famous ski area Dolomiti Superski or take up cross-country skiing on slopes of all levels of difficulty. Moreover, Vallunga is particularly suitable for snowshoeing and is a real Eldorado for ice-climbers.