Lungiarü - A place to relax and unwind

Lungiarü is a modest rural village with only 700 inhabitants, set at 1400 m a.s.l. in the Lungiarü Valley
in the small town of San Martino of Badia in Val Badia.

The village, Lungiarü can be distinguished by many other small towns in Val Badia for its typical rural landscape 
that is not far from the one you could have enjoyed many decades ago. Traditions, typical crafts 
and customs are particularly preserved thanks to the reduced tourists flow. 

For the lovers of natural resorts, the rural town offers a really unique landscape, full of woods, grassland
and fields well-distributed on the slopes, which will accompany you towards the powerful mountain chains,
well-visible at every corner of the village. The Puez Group, the Gardenacia, the Crep dales Dodesc, the Putia 
and the Piz Duleda are only a few of the Dolomitespeaks that embrace Longiarù, making of the town village
the ideal entrance of the Natural Park Puez-Odles.

The village is only 5 km far from the skiing slopes of Kronplatz of Piccolino. 

The peculiarity of this town are "Les Viles" for sure, small rural dwellings that present joint buildings.
The viles (houses) are especially well-preserved and concentrated at Longiarù; they constitute an important
human trace of rural life of an ancient Val Badia.

Among the constructions, which recall ancient traditions, there are many water mills, situated along the streams of Lungiarü, which are evidence that a long time ago local population was completely self-sufficient and economically independent. The water mills are concentrated in the so called Mills Valley, near the "viles" of Seres and Miscì.