three peaks of lavaredo - tre cime - drei zinnen

The Campsite will close on Saturday October 1st 2022.


In our campsite we do not accept reservations and thus guarantee maximum flexibility to our guests who can arrive without booking and stay as long as they wish, paying at the end of their stay.

In the busiest periods (every day from mid-July to mid-September) we recommend arriving in the morning,
check-in is possible from 7:30 (or when the pitches are vacated).
In the afternoon it often happens that the pitches are full, in particular those for campers with electricity, but often also the tents area.

Please keep in mind that we are a small campsite in an area with a large tourist turnout, and often we are unable to answer all email or telephone contacts! Thanks 🙂 

Camping “Alla Baita” is a small family-run campsite for tents and caravans. We are located in Misurina, a few steps from the famous lake and from the road that takes to the Three Peaks of Lavaredo.

Wake up surrounded by the beauty of the Dolomites, breathe the fresh and pure air and live a unique holiday in contact with nature.

esterno baita misurina
sala da pranzo ristorante misurina tre cime

A typical and homely restaurant, managed for over 50 years by the Molin family. The kitchen is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and we serve all day sandwiches, panini and cold cuts’ plates.

Try the specialities of the Dolomites’ region like canederli (knödel), polenta, sausages, goulasch, apple strudel and much more. All dishes are prepared with fresh ingredients from local producers

A few steps from the Misurina lake, the bus stop and the road that takes to the Three Peaks of Lavaredo, but nevertheless situated in a quiet area with little traffic: the perfect starting point for your hiking and climbing tours.

Misurina is easily reachable (also with public transport) from Auronzo di Cadore, Cortina d’Ampezzo and the the Pusteria Valley.

lago di misurina e le tre cime

We aim to protect our beautiful surrounding environment, the Dolomites, UNESCO World Heritage site:

  • Reducing waste, especially plastic
  • Using renewable energy sources
  • Recycling and avoiding waste of resources
  • Cooperating with local and environmentally friendly producers