What a trip ! After a couple of days spent in Verona ( a post on that city will soon follow ), we headed 200 km North to the Dolomites region. In san cassiano in badia to be precise. The first excellent surprise was the hotel we picked up called Lagacio Mountain resort, recently opened in December 2009. They indeed do not offer rooms as a typical hotel but apartments. The smallest being 42sqm. We opted for the 47sqm one. Room 602 exactly.
Bar at Lagacio
View from room 602 terrace
Their website is perfectly designed and really does reflect accurately the spirit and the architecture of the place. What i can add after 6 days spent there is that the staff is extremely well prepared and very friendly. Always with an “anything is possible” approach. The apartments do mix modernity and Alpine standards perfectly. The breakfast is amazing, serving exclusively products from the BIO farms around. The spa and massages ( from Evelyne ) are also of very high standard and affordable ( 65€ an hour ). Within the resort you will find a top end bike shop and rental, which turns into ski/snowboard from November onwards. This is very convenient and quite cheap actually. We’ve paid 23€ for the entire day for an excellent mountain bike + safety equipment.
1 hour walk up in the mountain from San Cassiano
Lagacio is situated at the very heart of the beautiful village of San Cassiano. And is a great base for hiking, cycling or riding your car or bike. However you will decide to move yourself, you will be amazed by the majesty of the Alta Badia and Dolomites region. All in all a place and destination that we cannot recommend enough to escape the brutality of our world sometimes.
I was born in Montpellier, France. Lisbon after 10 years in London. Married to my second half, Carolina, born in Buenos Aires Argentina. We have 2 sons, Baptiste and Calvin, both born in London respectively back in 2011 and 2013. We simply love and enjoy the simple things life has to offer. We feel privileged and decided to share our journey to making the most out of it.
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