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The most beautiful Alpine mountain passes where to drive super cars

The Italian Alps are some of the most incredible scenery in the world with high rock peaks, immense woods and blue lakes. Nature is the great artist of these places that fascinate all travelers who visit them.

The contact with uncontaminated nature, pure air, breathtaking landscapes and excellent food are the perfect synthesis of these wonderful valleys where you can reconnect with yourself and live unique experiences! These dream scenarios are also home to some of the most evocative roads in the world and driving through mountain curves surrounded by woods, high rocky mountains and postcard views is simply an experience not to be missed! Of course, if you are driving a super car, a mix of engineering excellence and design, this experience becomes even more incredible! That's why we want to recommend the most beautiful Alpine passes where to drive super cars!

Gardena Pass 


Passo Gardena connects two wonderful valleys: Alta Badia and Val Gardena, from which it takes its name. It is a succession of sharp bends that run along one of the most beautiful landscapes of the Dolomites. The road runs along the massive Sella group and in some places sets right under the rock while on the other side the view amazes between the peaks of the Cir and the characteristic Sassolungo! Stop at the top of the pass to admire the view over both valleys and if you don't want to miss a gourmet break, treat yourself to a stop or a lunch in the magnificent Chalet Gerard which offers typical local cuisine in a refined setting, made unique by the absolutely exceptional view of the Val Gardena and its mountains!


Stelvio Pass 


The Stelvio Pass, with its 2758 meters above sea level, is the highest car pass in Italy and connects Trentino Alto Adige, Lombardy and Switzerland. It is located in the wonderful Rhaetian Alps and is part of the impressive Ortles - Cevedale mountain complex. It is famous for its endless hairpin curves on its various sides. With 48 hairpin bends on the South Tyrolean side alone, it is in fact considered one of the most imposing and winding roads in the world!.






Falzarego Pass 


Passo Falzarego connects Alta Badia to the Cortina d'Ampezzo area and is an extremely fascinating Dolomite pass! Its distinctive feature, in addition to the many curves, is the splendid panorama! From the top of the pass at 2100 meters, we recommend that you leave your car temporarily and take the large Lagazuoi cable car which, in a few minutes, takes you to an altitude of 2742 meters. The view from the top is absolutely breathtaking and shows off most of the surrounding mountain peaks. Then take your car back up and fly on the road to Cortina for an exclusive dinner!

Sella Pass 


Passo Sella connects Val Gardena to Val di Fassa, more precisely Selva di Val Gardena and Canazei towns, and in fact shares a small part of the road with Passo Gardena. It runs between the Sella group and the Sassolungo group and it is one of the most tortuous and thrilling passes in the Dolomites. Driving here, through tall woods and dreamy sceneries, will me you feel like being a movie’s main character!



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