By express highway Rosenheim-Kufstein-Innsbruck-Brenner up to exit "Brixen", where you continue toward the Pustertal (Val Pusteria). After about 20 km on the Pustertal na-tional road, always heading toward Bruneck, you turn off to your right just before St. Lorenzen, into the Gadertal, heading towards Alta Badia. The SS244 carries you up to San Martin.
Ladin, the native language of the local population, is a Rhaeto-Romance tongue spoken not only in Val Badia but also in the valleys and villages surrounding the Sella massif (Val Gardena, Fodom, Fassa and Ampezzo) and as far away as in the Friuli region and in the Swiss canton of Grisons. Taught in schools and used in every-day life throughout the Ladin-speaking community, it is the mother tongue of around 30,000 locals.
For access to the internet, our guests may use the Wi-Fi connection available at the "Istitut Ladin Micura de Rü" in the centre of the village. Open Mon-Thurs: 10 am–12 pm and 3–5 pm; Fri: 10 am–12 pm; Sat-Sun closed ; Phone (+39) 0474523110
The "Isitut Ladin Micura de Rü" ist the cultural centre of the Ladin language.
Address & Contact
Istitut Ladin Micurà de Rü Str. Stufles, 20 39030 San Martino in Badia