The village of San Leonardo in Badia
The authenticity and the beauty of South Tyrol
San Leonardo in Badia (1,324 MASL) is a village of Badia/Pedraces. It is a typical alpine village located at the bottom of the Sasso Santa Croce, characterized by numerous farms with typical Ladin architecture. Worth seeing in the immediate vicinity are the parish church in baroque rococo style right next to the hotel, the gothic sanctuary Santa Croce at 2,045 MASL, and the archaeological excavations of Sotciastel with findings from the Bronze period which provide evidence of the first settlements in this area.
San Leonardo in Badia is located in Alta Badia, the southern part of Val Badia/Gadertal, a Ladin valley in the Dolomites in South Tyrol located in a sunny valley basin. This beautiful alpine village is surrounded by fields and forests and overlooked by the imposing Dolomite Mountains like the Sella Mountain and Cir, the Sassongher and the Gardenaccia Mountains, the Sasso Santa Croce and the Conturines Mountain group. The village also borders the Puez-Odle/Puez-Geisler and Fanes-Senes-Braies/Fanes-Sennes-Prags nature parks.
How to reach Hotel Cavallino
- Trenitalia (Italian Railways)
- Deutsche Bahn (German Railways)
- ÖBB (Austrian Federal Railways)
- Local public transport