Three self catering modern apartments sleeping 1-6 people each in the heart of the stunning Italian Dolomites, available for rental at any time of year. Casa Alfredino is situated in a tranquil valley 150km north of Venice (the nearest airport) nestled between the majestic Dolomiti peaks of Civetta and Marmolada. Whilst offering a range of local amenities vital for your Alpine vacation, Casa Alfredino offers a slice of real Italian mountain life whether your interest is exploring the mountains or the local culture. It's the perfect base for your adventure activity holiday, ideally located for skiing, hiking, rock climbing, via ferrata, ice climbing, road biking and mountain biking. Prices start from £370 per week. Booking dates are flexible so we can accommodate your requirements. Recently renovated, Casa Alfredino provides a modern and spacious environment for your holiday in this idyllic alpine setting.
To help you make the most of your time at Casa Alfredino, we've written blogs with route ideas, excursions for rest days, restaurant information, help with technique and strategies to make your outings successful. Plus we'll tell you about our own adventures and wherever possible invite our previous guests to do the same.
The Sellaronda is world famous – in the summer as a fabulous road and mountain biking tour, or in winter as an on piste, whole day excursion. You can do it in either direction, without using any other mode of transport than the ski lifts and the planks on your feet. It’s a wonderful thing
M.Speciale is a fantastic 300m route which climbs to the top of Piccolo Lagazuoi on a very direct line. Its difficulty is a little discontinuous, but the crux pitches especially are really quite special, certainly some of the most fun climbing I’ve done of that grade in the Dolomites. It is airy, with highly pocketed
The Spigolo Sud or South Arete of the Sass di Stria is a magnificent and highly attainable goal for the aspirant rock alpinist. Over looking the famous Passo Falzarego it affords not only excellent climbing, but stunning views and an extensive insight into the history of the area during the descent. With a minimal approach