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Residence Ciasa Tino

Corvara, Corvara-Calfosch/Colfosco, Dolomites Region Alta Badia
512 from Corvara center of
Price on request

Max up to 6 adults
flat with living room (sofa bed), kitchenette, 1 double bedroom, bathroom
Max up to 4 adults
CHALET TINO & SARA in a quiet, sunny position in the green, approx. 400 m from the centre/ski slopes of CORVARA, approx. 180 m from the ski-bus stop. For shared use: large garden, garage, ski room, central hoover, washing machine, WIFI. Chalet Tino has
Max up to 6 adults
Total price:
(incl. VAT)
* Price does not include tourist tax


  • Ski shuttle
  • Washing machine
  • Garden
  • Elevator
  • Underground car park
  • WLAN
  • Internet access in room/apartment
  • Free Wi-Fi
Hotel description
Residence "Ciasa Tino" has been built with environmentally friendly building materials. Thanks to the advanced and ecofriendly construction project we reached the sought "Klima Haus B" certification from the well known Bolzano Agency "Klima Haus"

About the region

Travellers flock to the region of Alta Badia region, known in German as Hochabtei, for its legendary mountains, world-famous ski slopes, upstanding Ladin inhabitants and gourmet South Tyrolean cuisine.

Alta Badia region is defined by the Dolomites. This mountain range has not only created a spectacular landscape, but also offers countless options for enjoying a very special holiday in the great outdoors. Val Badia is not only for sports enthusiasts, though: gourmets and epicures will also be in bliss here. Alta Badia region’s many award-winning gourmet restaurants and hotels, the density of which is unique in Europe, make it the premier gourmet region of South Tyrol/Südtirol. Alta Badia region is the homeland of the Ladin people. One of things that set the Ladin people apart is their language: they have spoken Ladin since Roman times. Other hallmarks of Ladin culture, which is an integral part of holidays in Val Badia, include a strong sense of tradition, striking efficiency, a keen sense of community, long established and environmentally friendly architecture and delicious, hearty food.