Hotel Lac Salin
Hotel Lac Salin
Hotel Lac Salin
Hotel Lac Salin
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Nature is the source of our wellbeing, our strength, and our happiness. At our hotel in Livigno, experience the power of nature on all levels and reunite with yourself.

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Unspoilt nature. Living culture.

Get to know the country and people of Livigno!

Unspoilt nature plays the leading role in the Valtellina valley. The Parco Nazionale dello Stelvio which was founded in 1935 is not far from our hotel in Livigno. With a total area of 130,700 hectares, it is the largest national park in the Alps. In the middle of it, the mighty Ortles-Cevedale massif rises with its impressive glaciers. Numerous animals live in this unique nature reserve, some of which are threatened with extinction. With a bit of luck you can discover foxes, marmots, deer, roe deer, chamois, and ibex, but also golden eagles, hawks or bearded vultures that conquer the air.

Hotel Lac Salin
Hotel Lac Salin
Hotel Lac Salin
Hotel Lac Salin
Hotel Lac Salin
Hotel Lac Salin
Hotel Lac Salin
Hotel Lac Salin
Hotel Lac Salin

If you are looking for action during your holiday, you will find it in the Larix Park climbing garden or at the Aquagranda – Active you! leisure centre. Another highlight for real water fans is beautiful Lake Livigno, where you can go rowing, canoeing, and kayaking as well as stand-up paddling or fishing. In winter you can expect more adventures with snow biking, on the toboggan or snow tubing run, on the ice tower of Livigno, or a sledge ride with huskies.

Are you interested in history? Then we recommend a visit to the Forte di Oga, a fortress from the First World War, to the Museum of Livigno, or the Civic Museum of Bormio. Talking of Bormio: This elegant city is also known as “Magnifica Terra” where the Romans once relaxed in its soothing thermal water. Still today the charming historical centre with its churches, towers, and mansions gives testimony to the former grandeur of the local nobility.

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