The Ladin culture: hospitality and versatility "Bun dé, bëgnodüs", two Ladin words to greet, to welcome. The Ladin culture, which dominates Val Badia, is historically recognized for its authentic welcome to tourists and people from all over the Alps. In fact, Ladins were always very open to people around them, succeeding in the second half of the 19th century in solidifying their economy in the tourism sector.
The Ladin culture, despite having its own deep-rooted identity and its own language, enjoys the linguistic diversity of its population, a key factor of integration and welcome.
The taste for typical dishes and the traditional attachment to the value of the connection between man and landscape, which is also evident in the typical Ladin architecture, make Val Badia a significant place for a memorable cultural and folkloric experience.
But even more, the immense Dolomiti Superski area with its wide variety of highly scenic and exciting slopes, such as the red "Armentarola" that slides down from Lagazuoi, guarantee visitors to live wonderful days of sport and well-being at 360 °.