Over the two centuries during which tourism developed in the Alps, the relationship between tourists and local people changed, because of the difficult communication among people belonging to two different cultures.
On one side,
The territory of the Dolomites is unique, suggestive, and its authentic tastes and knowledges represent the natural and cultural landscape in every aspect
They are World Heritage Site of the UNESCO, between the provinces of Pordenone and Udine, in Western Friuli. This territory is perfect for a relaxing holiday far from crowds and mass tourism, and for people who like nature and active life, the slow rhythm of good life and the fast rhythm of sport, the tastes, gestures and traditions of people who come from far places. The valleys of the Friulian Dolomites are long and deep, with the names of the rivers and torrents that have chiselled them: Val Cellina, Val Meduna, Val Tagliamento. A gym open 365 days a year, where sportspeople can practise sports either in specialised and equipped areas or along ways following the nature. Panoramic mountain ways and bike paths along the rivers, for sportspeople and tourists who want to bike easily, experiencing landscapes and discovering ancient and characteristic villages. And moreover: excursions, trekking walking and riding, slow walks and orienteering, climbing, free-climbing, ecoclimbing on the peaks of the Friulian Dolomites and several cliffs, the most famous one In Erto, close to the Vajont dyke.