Madonna di Campiglio

Madonna di Campiglio, placed in a wide valley between the Brenta Dolomites – Unesco heritage – and the high peaks of Adamello and Presanella, is one of the most famous and glamour resort of the Alps. To complete the offer of the Pearl of the Dolomites: great international events, exclusive atmosphere, gourmet restaurants, high quality hospitality.
Madonna di Campiglio is the heart of the Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta ski area (150 km of ski in-ski out pistes) and the paradise of the snow enthusiasts: skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, mountaineering skiing, snow-shoeing give you an unforgettable winter holiday.
In summer, the varied walks and excursions, the mountain bike routes let you discover the amazing landscape around Madonna di Campiglio, but don’t forget all the other activities you can do: climbing, vie ferrate, playing golf, paragliding, fishing and dog trekking.

Antigorio Valley

The Antigorio Valley

The Antigorio Valley is one of the Alpine valleys radiating from the Ossola Valley (Province of Verbano Cusio Ossola), in the region of Piedmont, northern Italy.

The River Toce flows across the Antigorio Valley. The valley begins to the south, near Domodossola. It rises to the north, includes the towns of Crevoladossola, Crodo, Baceno and Premia, and it ends in the hamlet of Premia Chioso. As the valley continues to the north it is called Val Formazza. From the town of Baceno it opens to the north-west of the Valley Devero, from which Alpe Devero is reachable.

The Refuge Monte Zeus is the second structure to open up to the eyes of those who are preparing for the town of Crego and are placed in a dominant position. It is oriented to the southwest on gentle slopes open to the Monte Cistella, the walls of the stone Premia (exploited as a climbing gym), Val Devero and the valley floor carved by the Orridi di Uriezzo.

The Refuge Monte Zeus, is the ideal place for family vacations, groups of friends and sports teams.
On the two upper floors of the shelter are distributed rooms for a total of 25 beds , the attic floor offers 12 beds in a single room.
Agreement with the thermal baths of Premia and 20 minutes from many ski resorts is a perfect place to try out many activities such as climbing, hiking and snowshoeing accompanied by our mountain guide.
All enriched by a typical cuisine and rich in local products.

Fiemme Valley

Fiemme Valley

In summer, excursions and green forests; in winter, Nordic skiing and a renowned ski area.
A tradition in warm hospitality and great care taken in protecting a priceless natural region and landscape makes Fiemme Valley a preferred destination for mountain holidays, both in summer and in winter.

Extending along the Avisio river, Val di Fiemmeis bordered to the West by the Monte Corno Nature Park, to the North by the Latemar Dolomite ranges and the Pale di San Martino (UNESCO World Heritage Site), to the East by the Paneveggio Nature Park, considered one of the most beautiful and important in Europe, and to the South by the wild Lagorai chain with the Cermis Alp.

The valley is an immense green area crossed by a beautiful cycling trail and by numerous paths; here you can do sports and relax, both right up close with nature or in one of the numerous wellness hotels. During the summer months, the Fiemme Valley offers a huge programme of opportunities to do sports, from mountain excursions along the Latemar Trekking trails to mountain biking along the Dolomiti Lagorai Bike circuit, to the many adventure parks and to the Latemar Montagnanimata entertainments for kids of all ages.

In winter the Fiemme Valley is special because of the two sports you can do even at the most advanced levels-Alpine Skiing and cross-country skiing-without neglecting the numerous après-ski goings-on. The Fiemme Valley, renowned as the mecca of cross-country skiing, hosts the World Cup competition in this categories well as other important competitions like the Marcialonga di Fiemme and Fassa.

You can use the ski areas with the Dolomiti Superski skipass that will allow you access to the slopes of the Ski Center Latemar, AlpeCermis, Bellamonte-AlpeLusia, Passo Lavazè and Oclini, with over 100km of downhill slopes. You can do cross-country skiing in the cross-country ski centres at Passo Lavazè and in Lago di Tesero, as well as along the Marcialonga track route.

Marina Julia

Marina Julia Camping Village – Monfalcone

Nature, sport and relax… At the Albatros Village in Marina Julia you will find all of this – and much more! This tourist resort is located halfway between Trieste and Grado, near Venice, in the center of art and culture.

Sport Facilities

It is the ideal place for sports and recreational activities, thanks to its facilities such as parks, table tennis, olympic swimming pools, tennis courts, basketball courts, volleyball courts, 7-a-side soccer court, 5-a-side soccer court, mini-golf and a beach.
The centrepiece of Marina Julia Camping Village Beach Resort are the three large pools that provide the perfect place for those who want to play or relax in the sun and for those who love to swim.
The features of our olympic pool:

  • 50 x 25 meter
  • 10 lanes (5 delimited)
  • Depth: 1,85-2,65 meter
  • 2500 mc water

Diving pool with trampoline:

  • 6 x 6 meter
  • 2,3,5,7, and 10 meter diving platforms
  • 5 meter depth
  • 1200 mc water

3 new entries of Marina Julia Camping Village’s Aquatic Park:

  • One of the new entries is the breathtaking River Pool: a 167 meter way to the water, between curves and funny challenges with your friends.!
  • The New Baby and Kids Pool: perfect for kids to swim and play in absolute safety!If your kids love to swim or to play in the water, the baby pool is the right place for them. With a 60 cm water depth, the pool is perfect for their fun in absolute safety.
  • New Slides Pool: a multislide pool for a challenge with your friends. 4 water slides way down the water, to challenge your friends to the bigger splash! .


The village has a pizzeria restaurant, a bar, a market, an info point and a small shop. Totally free Wi-Fi is available only at the Info Point, restaurant and chiosco bar. Sono tutti situati nella piazzetta, cuore pulsante del Villaggio.


Fassa Valley

Hospitality, nature, skiing and winter sports surrounded by the magical landscapes of the Dolomites

The Fassa Valley is one of the “tourist excellences” in Trentino, thanks to the splendid view of the Dolomites and the Ladin hospitality that offers hotels and apartments in characteristic locations to suit your every need.
The Fassa Valley is located at the heart of the Dolomites. The Ladin community has learned how to safeguard their own language as well as the beauty of the mountains. Various groups are on the UNESCO World Heritage list: Catinaccio with the Torri del Vajolet, Latemar, Marmolada. Don’t miss out on the Dolomite sunset, when the sun rays paint the mountain faces red, causing the Enrosadira phenomenon.
The tradition of hospitality has deep ties to this land: the facilities are state of the art, the services efficientand the range of things to do is wide and well thought-out. Lively locations like Moena and Canazei, Ladin gastronomy, wine barsand après ski for your evening entertainment…in Val di Fassa you will find opportunities that will suit everyone.
In summer The Fassa Valley is a real power-house for enjoying the great outdoors: excursions and high altitude trekking, mountain biking, free-climbing will satisfy the expectations of anyone who is looking for an active holiday close to nature, with a calendar full of high level sporting events during the entire summer season.
Val di Fassa is one of the capitals of international skiing thanks to its over 200km of slopes for Alpine skiing. At the heart of the Dolomiti Superski carousel, the largest in the world, the skiing area is one of the most advanced, with the latest ski lifts, that guarantee the maximum amount of ski time during the season. It is also possible to do snowboarding, night time skiing, free riding and ski mountaineering, in addition to cross-country skiing and snow pole excursions.


Union Hotel Canazei and Campitello di Fassa

Family tradition hotels, that means we pay great attention to hospitality and guests welcoming. Our Union Hotels Group Canazei and Campitello di Fassa operates during the summer and winter seasons, in one of the most enchanting places in the world, The Val di Fassa, Trentino, in the heart of the Dolomites, an area which has been named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and which has one of the largest ski areas in the world, the DolomitiSuperski, which boasts 1220kms of pistes and 450 skilifts, a truly internationally renowned winter sports paradise.


Canazei (1460 m.) is the tourist resort ‘par excellence’ of the Valley. Together with the small surrounding villages of Gries, Alba and Penìa it is famous mainly for its strategic position in terms of the Dolomite Passes – Pordoi, Sella and Fedaia.
Canazei is situated among the most important Dolomite groups and offers guests the opportunity to spend wonderful days in the largest and most extraordinary ski carousel, Dolomiti Superski, with the chance to move quickly around the best ski slopes in Europe as well as reaching the bordering regions of South Tyrol and Veneto.
Belvedere, Ciampac and Marmolada, the “Queen of the Dolomites”, guarantee a vast number of ski-lifts, paths and climbing routes to fully satisfy the tourist who at the end of the day can relax in one of the many wellness centres and also have a taste of the après ski night life in the local pubs and bars.
Downhill and cross-country skiing slopes, a snowpark, an ice-stadium, bike parks, swimming pool, walks, endless sports and fun are the answer to the needs of mountain lovers who make Canazei a true reference point for tourists from all over the world.
Other International events which bring ski-mountaineering and sky running lovers to high altitude are the Sellaronda Skimarathon and the Dolomites Skyrace.
During summer the town is filled with a special atmosphere thanks to some events such as “Te anter i tobié” and the “Gran Festa da d’Istà” which liven up village life with music, dancing, local dishes and traditional costumes.

Campitello di Fassa

Below Sassolungo and Col Rodella the town of Campitello di Fassa (1448 m.) offers one of the most beautiful landscapes of the entire valley and alpine arc. Historically it has always been considered the first alpine-tourist centre of the Fassa Valley.
Campitello is the starting point for the Col Rodella – Belvedere ski-area which is part of the famous “Sellaronda” ski carousel where tourists can appreciate at close quarters the majesty of the Dolomite peaks and its unique landscapes and breathtaking views.
Paragliders and hang-gliders use Col Rodella as an ideal launching point.
The Ischia sports centre which is near the Col Rodella cable car, is a reference point, especially during summer, for Fassa Valley’s sporting activities. Amongst the attractions are the sports climbing wall, football pitches, basket ball courts, minigolf, the adventure park, fitness trails, cycling paths, a practice range for golf and horse riding stables.
The strikingly beautiful Duron valley, which can be reached on foot, mountain bike, or taxi, reawakens unique emotions from contact with unspoilt nature.


Edinburgh – Capital of Scotland

Edinburgh is a city that begs to be discovered, filled with quirky, come-hither nooks that tempt you to explore just that little bit further.
Edinburgh is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities, draped across a series of rocky hills overlooking the sea. It’s a town intimately entwined with its landscape, with buildings and monuments perched atop crags and overshadowed by cliffs. From the Old Town’s picturesque jumble of medieval tenements piled high along the Royal Mile, its turreted skyline strung between the black, bull-nosed Castle Rock and the russet palisade of Salisbury Crags, to the New Town’s neat grid of neoclassical respectability, the city offers a constantly changing perspective.
The Athens of the North, an 18th-century Edinburgh nickname dreamed up by the great thinkers of the Scottish Enlightenment, is a city of high culture and lofty ideals, of art and literature, philosophy and science. It is here that each summer the world’s biggest arts festival rises, phoenix-like, from the ashes of last year’s rave reviews and broken box-office records to produce yet another string of superlatives. And it is here, beneath the Greek temples of Calton Hill – Edinburgh’s acropolis – that the Scottish parliament sits again after a 300-year absence.
Like a favourite book, Edinburgh is a city you’ll want to dip into again and again, savouring each time a different experience – the castle silhouetted against a blue spring sky with a yellow haze of daffodils misting the slopes below the esplanade; stumbling out of a late-night club into a summer dawn, with only the yawp of seagulls to break the unexpected silence; heading for a cafe on a chill December morning with the fog snagging the spires of the Old Town; and festival fireworks crackling in the night sky as you stand, transfixed, amid the crowds in Princes Street Gardens.

Lignano Sabbiadoro

In Lignano Sabbiadoro the beach, so soft and inviting and glinting with gold and ochre reflections, is a real delight where you can stretch out and enjoy the heat.

Lignano Sabbiadoro is situated along the coast of the Northern Adriatic Sea halfway between Venice and Trieste. The city expands over the whole peninsula which is eight kilometers long. Its coast is composed of the finest golden sand, thus, making Lignano Sabbiadoro without a doubt the number one tourist destination with the most beautiful beach in whole the region.
“A haven of relaxation and all kinds of fun. That is the essence of Lignano, a sea resort with 8 kilometres of beach and a calm sea that has had the eco-friendly « Bandiera Blu » classification for many years now”.
Destination of hundred of sport events , Lignano is well-known thanks to its excellent sport facilities such as running tracks, sports halls, tennis and basketball courts, football pitches.
Other features include a network of fine cycling routes through pine woods and around the lagoon and a beautiful 18-hole golf course right next to the sea.
Of course, it is the perfect place for water sports like sailing, windsurfing and beach volleyball too.

Its territory is divided in three places:

Lignano Sabbiadoro, with hundreds of hotels, restaurants, open air bars and shops; Lignano Pineta, pleasant and shaded, full of gardens and boulevards and Lignano Riviera, the most relaxing area, luxuriant and green with the rustle of maritime pines.

Bella Italia EFA Village

Bella Italia EFA Village is the holiday village that hosts our camps: it is equipped with 13 residences (over 2800 beds), a self-service, a huge sport hall with more than 2000 seats, 2 olympic swimming pools, 1 football pitch, 2 5-a-side football and handball pitches, 4 basketball/volleyball courts, 1 tennis court, a 1.5 kilometres private beach and, last but not least, a water park.