Olympia - a 4-star campsite in South Tyrol
In Dobbiaco, the Olympia campsite accommodates holidaymakers in excellent conditions throughout the entire year. This establishment with a human dimension has, amongst other facilities, a swimming pool and a wellness area, as well as luxury holiday rentals, for a dream stay in the Dolomites mountain range in South Tyrol.
A luxury campsite at the heart of the Dolomites
It is between the villages of Dobbiaco and Villabassa, in a delightful park in South Tyrol that the Olympia campsite, established since 1954, is located. Open in summer and winter, this family establishment attracts throughout the entire year holidaymakers who come and make the most of its facilities and perfect geographical location for, depending upon the season, indulging in hiking or skiing in the surrounding mountains in the Dolomites massif.
This establishment offers various accommodation solutions in its grounds. Nearly 200 pitches are thus available for hire accommodating canvas tents, caravans and campers. These plots are equipped with an electrical connection, as well as a TV connection. For even greater luxury, some plots are even connected to gas and running water.
Olympia also offers Alpine chalets for hire. These are produced from Swiss pine forest timber, and have a terrace as well as a private garden. They can accommodate up to 6 people. Well equipped, these chalets have layouts made using natural materials for an eco-sustainable stay, with maximum luxury at the heart of the countryside. Lastly, this campsite in South Tyrol also offers apartments for 2 to 6 people with bedroom facilities, a bathroom, a living room with kitchenette, bunk beds, a sofa-bed and balcony.
A mini-zoo for the delight of the very young
Amongst the numerous services of this Italian establishment, note the presence of a restaurant, serving excellent dishes including traditional menus of the Dolomites. A takeaway service is also available for those preferring to eat in the peace of their holiday rental or on their pitch. A further service popular with campers is the traditional Baita cabin, offering delicious cocktails and snacks to savour on the sun-drenched terrace. To meet every need, Olympia also has an ice-cream parlour, a grocery store with organic and local products, as well as a launderette.
This Dolomites campsite can also rely upon its outdoor swimming pool heated to 28 degrees Celsius to attract holidaymakers. Near to this pool set aside for swimming and the delights of water is a paddling pool with a water slide, enabling the very young to have fun in a safer small pool. Within the grounds is also a magnificent ultra-high-end spa and wellness area, which enables you to forget the stress of everyday life. It consists of a swimming pool, a hammam, a Finnish sauna and 2 Jacuzzis. Body treatments and massages are lavished upon you.
For children’s greatest delight, the Olympia campsite has a mini-zoo spread over 1,000 m². This comprises meerkats, ponies, goats, swans, geese, pheasants and rabbits. The very young also have the opportunity to have fun on a playground or in the mini-club, where numerous activities and forms of entertainment take place. During summer evenings, everybody meets up in a convivial atmosphere, around barbecues, concerts and dance evenings.
A campsite open in summer and in winter
Open year-round, the Olympia campsite enjoys a location which could not be more idyllic at the heart of the Dolomites massif, a leading European tourist destination, as much in summer as in winter. During the cold season, lovers of skiing and other winter sports come to stay and enjoy the proximity of this establishment to the snow-covered ski runs of South Tyrol. Moreover, they can make the most of a free shuttle service, leaving only 2 kilometres from the campsite, and which enables you to quickly link up with the 200 kilometres of ski slopes on the Dolomites.
As soon as the sunny days arrive, it is possible to do numerous sports activities such as hiking on waymarked paths crossing woods and fields in bloom. At the mountain summits, spectacular landscapes are then revealed to hikers. The Dolomites massif is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is crossed by nearly 400 kilometres of footpaths, one of which enables access to the magnificent Lac de Braies lake. The pearl of the Alpine lakes, it is deservedly considered as the loveliest lake in the Dolomites.
To discover the surrounding area, reception makes a bicycle hire service available to holidaymakers. Residents can also request advice on their future expeditions, including the magnificent museums and traditional dairies dotted over the region.