Antermoia extends at the foot of the impressive Sasso Putia and is the highest located village belonging to San Martino in Badia.
Extending at 1,515 m asl, Antermoia is the highest located village of the municipality and has got some 330 inhabitants. “Undermoy”, this is how Antermoia was first mentioned in 1263 in written documents. The mountain village is located at the foot of the impressive Sasso Putia rising at the west end of the Dolomites. You can best scale, admire and surround this mountain starting from the Passo delle Erbe mountain pass, which is also very popular with motorcyclists. In winter, there is by the way a panoramic cross-country ski trail and a tobogganing run taking down to Antermoia.
Antermoia is also famous for the springs of Bagni di Valander. Its name derives from the Val d’Anter, meaning the valley of caves. The Bauernbadl, which is in service since 1820, uses the healing effect of the springs for bathing and drinking cures. Indulge and enjoy.
Our tip: a cup of coffee on the sun terrace of the Ütia de Börz at the Passo delle Erbe. Just sit back and relax.