Family Hotel Posta: pure emotions in Santa Cristina
A winsome village in the Dolomites
Our hotel in Santa Cristina is the perfect choice for families seeking to spend a care-free holiday in close contact with nature at any time of the year. Here at Family Hotel Posta, we strive to guarantee the well-being of all our guests, especially the little ones. Besides our vocation for hospitality, what sets our hotel apart is the central location in Santa Cristina, a chocolate-box village in the heart of the Val Gardena valley with plenty to offer for young and old.
Here are a few reasons to choose Santa Cristina as your next holiday destination:
1. Tradition and modernity
Our hotel is set in a valley steeped in culture and traditions, where century-old customs have been proudly preserved and are still celebrated with a host of events and initiatives.
2. A sunny location
The village of Santa Cristina is tucked away at the foot of Mt. Sassolungo, in the heart of the Dolomites’ natural paradise. Besides spectacular views, it enjoys one of the sunniest locations in South Tyrol.
3. A family-sized idyll
The area of Santa Cristina has plenty to offer for young and old, with a rich palette of outdoor activities and leisure opportunities in any season.
4. All fun and some play
Here in the heart of the Dolomites, adults and children find unlimited spaces and opportunities to explore, enjoy and be at one with nature.
5. Summer emotions
Santa Cristina is the perfect place to indulge your passion for outdoor activities, with numerous hiking routes, mountain bike trails and more, with the added benefit of stunning panoramas.
6. Winter in the Dolomites
From Santa Cristina you get direct access to the world’s largest ski circuit – the Dolomiti Superski with its World Cup pistes. And if you are not fond of Alpine skiing, there are plenty of other options including cross-country skiing, snowboard, ski touring, ski guiding, ski safaris and more.
7. Pure, healthy mountain air
Breathe in the pure air of Santa Cristina at 1,400 metres of altitude. It is good for the body and mind, as confirmed by the Austrian Moderate Altitude Studies (AMAS) in 2000.