13:18,
Monday,
10 December 2018.

Arabba, Italy

Arabba is an unspoiled Dolomite village on the Italian Sud (South) Tirol frontier. Like most of its close neighbours, Selva and Val di Fassa for instance where the primary language is a dialect of German or even the more ancient language of Ladin, the spoken tongue in Arabba is also not Italian. However, visitors should be able to muddle by in German, Italian and maybe even English as many of the locals are polyglots thankfully.

Arabba sits to the south east of the impressive Gruppo Del Sella, once an ancient reef system in a prehistoric sea, now a limestone mountain massif that rises precipitously from alpine pastures, the vertical walls creating a seemingly impregnable barrier like those of a medieval castle. And to the south beyond Porto Vescovo lies Marmolada the highest mountain in the Dolomites.

Dating from the sixteen hundreds Arabba has managed to retain much of its original charm and character. Quiet and relaxed, it is an ideal location to kick back and forget about the stresses and strains of modern life. One can indulge in high altitude action or simply chill in the clean mountain air.

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