Tourist Guide of Bormio
Bormio is a place known and appreciated since the times of ancient Romans. It is situated in a basin wide and bright dug through the centuries by glaciers and watercourses, which flow into three valleys: the Valdidentro, the Valdisotto, and Valfurva.
Bormio is surrounded by mountains which form a barrier to the north of limestone and dolomite, of which Reit is the main peak (3,075 m.). This Alpine resort, rich in history but also of tourist infrastructures, offers unlimited opportunities in all seasons of the year. If you want to spend a few days of vacation in absolute relax among nature, culture and sports, Bormio offers a wide range of services and opportunities, including romantic dinners in a cosy mountain restaurant, the Stelvio National Park, a large and well equipped ski area with good teachers at your disposal, hiking, ski mountaineering and thermal facilities.
The town has 9 hot springs flowing from the Rhaetian Alps, and it is said to be equipped with medical properties. The name "Magna Terra di Bormio et honorate valleys" was previously assigned to the whole area, well defined as a single territory, which since the time is far more proud of his social life.