Your safe holidays

For a peaceful and stress-free stay

The pandemic asked us for an act of responsibility toward others and ourselves. We wisely waited to be able to restart and start breathing fresh air again, watch sunsets, and admire the beauty of our Pale di San Martino.

Discover below all the news and information to experience your vacation in complete safety!

The invitation to all, residents and guests, is to keep a responsible behaviour and follow the recommendations of the national health system: respect the safety distances between people (at least one meter), wash your hands often, and avoid grouping together.

We are confident that adopting responsible behaviour today will allow everyone to return to normal as quickly as possible.

Holidaying Safely in Trentino: our ways of taking care of you!


Trentino is part of the Yellow Zone, which means you can travel at any time and for any reason within Trentino or to and from other Italian regions that are in white or yellow zones.
Anyone entering Italy from abroad, regardless of origin, must fill in a digital localisation form (EU Digital Passenger Locator Form). However, different documentation may be required depending on the country of departure. For specific information and details, please consult the FAQ at the bottom of the page.
From 6 December 2021 until 31 March 2022, the Reinforced COVID-19 Green Certificate will be required to take part in certain activities.

(EU digital Covid certificate)
The COVID-19 Green Certification, better known as the “Green Pass” (EU digital COVID certificate), is necessary to have unrestricted access to places, activities and services (you will find all the details in the FAQ section).
From 6 December, the Reinforced COVID-19 Green Certificate provide proof of one of the following criteria:
• having received the complete COVID-19 vaccination
• having recovered from COVID-19 within the previous six months
The Covid-19 Green Certificate (Italian “Basic Green Pass") provide proof of one of the following criteria:
• having received the complete COVID-19 vaccination
• having recovered from COVID-19 within the previous six months
• having received a negative result from a rapid antigen test within the last 48 hours, or from molecular test within the last 72 hours.
You are required to always have a protective face mask with you. You must wear one even outdoors and in white zones (wearing a face mask is not mandatory if, by the very nature of the space or circumstances, continuous social distancing of people who do not live together can be assured).
You are also required to wear an FFP2 type face mask:
 • at shows open to the public that are held outdoors and indoors in theatres, concert halls, cinemas, entertainment and live music rooms (and other similar places) and for events and sporting competitions held indoors or outdoors
 • on all means of transportation (including closed cableways)
CABLEWAYSThese requirements must be met to access cableways:
 • requirement to wear an FFP2 face mask on all closed ski-lift facilities (cableways, gondola lifts, chairlifts with closed windscreen domes)
 • possession of Covid-19 Green Certificate for ''enclosed'' lifts (cable cars, gondola lifts and chairlifts, when used with the windscreens closed)
 • maintaining the interpersonal distance of no less than 1 metre on the way in and out
As of 6 December, a Reinforced COVID-19 Green Certificate is required to access cinemas, theatres, concert halls, live music venues and other cultural institutes with a safe access policy. Starting from 30 December, you must have a Reinforced COVID-19 Green Certificate to access museums and exhibitions.
From 10 January, to access gyms, swimming pools and sports clubs, wellness centres and spas, theme parks and amusement parks, amusement arcades, bingo halls and casinos, you must show a Reinforced COVID-19 Green Certificate and wear an FFP2 face mask.
Events, parties and concerts that involve gatherings in outdoor spaces are prohibited from 25 December through 31 March 2022.
Clubs, dance halls and similar activities will remain closed from 25 December through 31 March 2022.

All catering activities are open, with no maximum limit for the number of diners, both indoors and outdoors. Starting from 6 December and until the end of the state of emergency, the Reinforced COVID-19 Green Certificate is required for eating at restaurants, bars, etc.
The layout of the tables must ensure distancing of at least one metre, the menu must be viewed online and you must wear a face mask as much as possible indoors.
In dining facilities where there are no seats, entry must be limited.

As of 6 December, the Covid-19 Green Certificate is required for overnight stays at hotels and other accommodation facilities, farmhouses, private apartments and open-air tourism and accommodation sites, Alpine lodges, hiking shelters and youth hostelsand. Guests at such facilities are also required to have a Covid-19 Green Certificate in order to access the catering services offered by the facility, if these areas are dedicated exclusively to the guests of the facility. Whether the restaurant of the structure also hosts external customers, the Reinforced COVID-19 Green Certificate is required.



  • From December until January, tourists can do Covid-19 antigen rapid tests in San Martino di Castrozza, in Via Pez Gaiard 16 (Casa della Montagna).


  • FARMACIA ZONTA DI MEZZANO (download APP UNILIFE) tests for a fee twice a week and once through the NHS with a doctor’s prescription. From 16 October onwards (green pass mandatory in the workplace), 4 sessions will be dedicated to the green pass and one through the NHS.
  • FARMACIA VANOI (phone 0439.719139) tests for a fee. Days and opening hours: Monday-Wednesday-Friday 8.30am-12.30pm/4pm-7.30pm (the early morning and evening time slots are reserved for local workers); Thursday and Saturday 8.30am-12.30pm. Reservation required: in person or by phone Monday-Wednesday-Friday 8.30am-12.30pm/4pm-7.30pm; Thursday and Saturday 8.30am-12.30pm.
  • By appointment through CUP with medical referral, you can book a test at the DRIVE THROUGH SERVICE at Vallombrosa Park with both molecular and rapid tests for diagnosis and for recovery certification. The service will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10.30am to 11.30am.
  • Covid Point for tests of the Ulss 1 Dolomiti in Feltre at the former Marangoni active every day from Monday to Saturday from 7am to 10am and from 12pm to 7pm (excluding holidays) with free access for screening tests and access with appointment for green pass tests.
  • FARMACIA ALLA MADONNA - Fonzaso (phone 0439 5044)
  • AZIENDA FELTRINA SERVIZI ALLA PERSONA – Farmacia Comunale ‘all’Ospedale’ Via Negrelli, 7 – Feltre – Phone: 0439 396162
  • FARMACIA MINCIOTTI Via XXXI Ottobre 17/19 – Feltre – Phone: 0439 840695
  • CENTRO DI MEDICINA - Feltre (phone 0439 89514)
  • SI MEDICINA at Le Torri shopping centre – Feltre (phone 0439 846060)
  • FARMACIA RICCI DOTT. FEDERICO – Feltre (phone 0439 2005)
  • Drive Through – Predazzo (phone 0462 508800). Molecular and antigen. By appointment with medical prescription.
  • DOLOMITEN TRAUMA CLINIC – Tesero (phone 0462 888014). Molecular and antigen. By appointment.
  • CENTRO MEDICO FIEMME (phone 0462 502533) By appointment. The administration of antigen tests for tourist use has a cost of € 15 for adults and € 8 from 12 to 18 years old, and they are valid for 48 hours.


It will be a pleasure to welcome you back to our territory and to our offices to guarantee you all the assistance you might need before, during, and after your holidays.
We inform you of some simple precautions that we have put in place compatibly with the anti-Covid measures to welcome you in complete safety:
  • Information material: We invite you to download or browse online on your smartphone or tablet the trekking and biking maps of the area, the maps of the towns, and the catalogues of the accommodation facilities, flats, and restaurants. If you prefer, you can ask us via email or phone to send you the paper version directly to your home! On the notice boards you will also find all the direct channels to receive all the updated information.
  • Office access: a specific rule has been put in place indicating the maximum number of people who can enter the office at the same time. Where possible, only one person per family is invited to enter. It will be mandatory for all users to wear their personal mask and respect the signs indicating the safety distance between waiting people. On all counters there are anti-droplet screens in order to ask the staff all the information you need in maximum safety.
  • Office hours: San Martino di Castrozza (Monday through Saturday 9 am-12.30 pm/3.30 pm-6.30 pm; Sunday 9.30 am - 12.30 pm/3.30 pm - 6.30 pm), Fiera di Primiero (Monday through Saturday 9 am-12.30 pm/3.30 pm-6.30 pm; Sunday 9.30 am/12.30 pm),
    Canal San Bovo (Monday through Saturday 9 am-12.00 pm and 3 pm-5 pm; Sunday closed).
We are confident we can count on your help to guarantee the conditions for a truly regenerating vacation: at Pale di San Martino nature releases well-being and beauty!


Malghe, restaurants, and refuges have equipped themselves to offer the opportunity to taste our products and typical dishes in complete safety.
Click here to check the list of our restaurants!


All accommodation facilities have been equipped to guarantee a safe holiday.

Hotels, private flats, bed&breakfast, residential hotels, or characteristic huts: visit our booking portal to discover all the facilities that can be booked directly online or that are available.
You can also ask for information or quotes directly or simply book with a click!

What are you waiting for? Click here and find out more.


Is a Green Pass needed to access museums, cinemas and theatres?
As of 6 December, a Reinforced COVID-19 Green Certificate is required to access cinemas, theatres, concert halls, live music venues and other cultural institutes with a safe access policy. Starting from 10 January 2022, you must have a Reinforced COVID-19 Green Certificate to access museums and exhbitions.
Do you need a COVID-19 Green Certificate to access swimming pools, wellness centres and spas?
Starting from 10 January, you must have a Reinforced COVID-19 Green Certificate to access swimming pools, gyms, sports clubs, wellness centres and spas with a safe access policy. 
Is the Green Pass needed to access stores and shopping centres?
No, it is not needed to access stores and shopping centres, but it is necessary to access any catering services which offer indoor dining within the shopping centre.
Can I access clubs, dance halls and similar places?
Activities in discos and dance halls are suspended until 31 March 2022
Can I play outdoor sports freely?
Yes, outdoor sports can be played, even team sports and contact sports. For individual exercise, a minimum distance of one metre must be observed, while a minimum distance of 2 metres must be maintained for individual sports; in any case, it is advisable to avoid excessively crowded areas. 


Do I need the Green Pass to travel on public transport?
As of 6 December, the COVID-19 Green Certificate is required to travel on Intercity, Intercity Night and High Speed trains used for rail passenger services. It is also required on buses used to provide passenger transport services by road, whether continuously or periodically, on routes which connect more than two regions, and on hired bus services with a driver as well as on regional railway transport and local public transport (buses, coaches and metro services).
From 25 December to 31 March 2022, you must wear an FFP2 face mask while travelling.

**ATTENTION: new fares and tickets for suburban services**

Here are the main changes:
the application of the new suburban fixed fare of 2 euros (1.80 euros with the smartphone app) for all routes, while the fares for urban tickets will remain unchanged.

It will no longer be possible to purchase tickets on board, either urban or suburban. All users must therefore get on the local public transport vehicles already equipped with one of the following: valid season ticket, ticket purchased on smartphone with the accredited apps (Openmove or Dropticket), the personal or anonymous rechargeable card, or single use ticket (purchased at the ticket office or at the self-service, or at the ‘Tabacchi’ for the urban service). Since 15/07 the single card can be used by multiple people (up to a maximum of 6 people), not counting children under 6, who travel for free.

Tickets can be purchased at the coops, in the ApT offices, and at the tourist office of Mezzano. In order to guarantee the possibility of acquiring the ticket to people getting on the vehicles from suburban stops without ticket offices, the new rechargeable cards (COP) pre-charged with 10 euros have been distributed to the local ApT offices, the tourist office of Mezzano, and the local Cooperative Families. The user will then be able to board the bus, validate the card, and the system will deduct 2 euros from the card, regardless of the length of the trip. The card is rechargeable and can be recharged and/or purchased at the Trentino Trasporti and Trenitalia ticket offices.