Welcome to Camping Eden in Falcade,
in the wonderful Dolomites, UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Rizzi family, which has been operating in the outdoors tourism for three generations, is pleased to welcome you to their campsite, completely immersed in the nature of the Belluno Dolomites
is located in the hamlet of Molino at 1,200 m asl in a quiet and easily accessible location.
Its 140 camping pitches located along the Valles stream are the ideal place for a holiday dedicated to relaxation and physical well-being. Among fir and beech woods, at the foot of the Focobon Group, Camping Eden will give you the opportunity to spend time in close contact with nature and to discover the culture and history of the Biois Valley
From the campsite you can easily reach the center of Falcade, a characteristic mountain village surrounded by imposing Dolomite peaks: Marmolada, Civetta, Cime del Focobon and Cime d’Auta. In Falcade and throughout the Biois Valley you can also see the “Tabià“ – typical barns of the Dolomites – and numerous historic fountains.
Next to the campsite is the Falcade-Le Buse cable car, part of the San Pellegrino Ski Area, a popular destination for winter and skiing lovers thanks to its 60 km of downhill slopes. Mountain enthusiasts will be able to appreciate its value even in summer: while climbing, you will be spoilt for choice between geological trails, walks and mountain bike trails
A hiking trail in stages in the heart of the Belluno Dolomites
Discover the beauties that surround us
What to do in the surroundings
In the following sections you will find some suggestions that will allow you to plan in the best way your stay in Val del Biois
HOW TO REACH US
Camping Eden in Falcade is located in the heart of the Belluno Dolomites
and is also a strategic base for anyone wishing to discover the beauties that the Veneto Region has to offer
Its position allows you to quickly reach world-renowned tourist destinations, such as either Cortina d’Ampezzo, the pearl of the Dolomites, or the magical Venice, the city of art and carnival, the Prosecco Hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, UNESCO World Heritage site, and Lake Garda