Sappada is an Italian town in the province of Belluno in Veneto, famous tourist destination in both summer and winter, thanks to the many ski lifts and slopes, as well as to the many typical summer hiking trails. Located at an altitude of 1,245 m above sea level. It is located in the north-east of the Dolomites in Cadore and Carnia between Veneto, Friuli Venezia Giulia and Carinthia (Austria).
Surrounded by impressive and beautiful Dolomite massifs, the landscape is characterized by pastures, pine forests, numerous waterfalls and alpine lakes. The environment surrounding Sappada still pristine and fresh is reflected in a very natural flora and fauna life in the valley. There are many varieties of animal and plant species that you may encounter. For example in the forests of fir and larch with a little of luck you can observe the capercaillie, black grouse, ptarmigan, ermine, red fox, the mountain hare and squirrel.
So Sappada and the surrounding mountains are definitely an ideal destination for families and children on holiday in the Dolomites, both in summer and winter seasons. There are also many attractions and activities that are carried out in the town for the entertainment of children and families.