Guests who have already spent their holiday in Villandro/Villanders know all about the rich diversity of Valle Isarco/Eisacktal – and really value precisely this. Hotel Flora is situated at approx. 880 m altitude in sunny Villandro/Villanders with its just under 2,000 inhabitants. The proximity to Chiusa/Klausen and Bressanone/Brixen in particular make Villandro/Villanders very attractive as a holiday resort, as you can find peace and relaxation, wonderful nature and numerous opportunities for activities here – both in the summer and winter.

Explore South Tyrol on holiday in Villandro/Villanders

The highlights in Villandro/Villanders and the surrounding area are sure to include the renowned Valle Isarco/Eisacktal wine-growing areas and the Villandro/Villanders chestnut groves where the tastiest chestnuts in South Tyrol thrive. The panorama-packed Alpe di Villandro/Villanderer Alm pasture is extremely popular, especially with leisurely hikers and bikers.

Due to its location, Villandro/Villanders is the ideal place to explore the whole of South Tyrol. The village is perfectly linked to the Brennero/Brenner motorway and main road and therefore a good starting point to visit the sights in Villandro/Villanders and the surrounding area but also to aim for day trip destinations that are further away.



Tips for your holiday in Villandro/Villanders in South Tyrol

We have put together a few tips for you to sweeten your stay at Hotel Flora and make sure your summer holiday in South Tyrol or your skiing holiday near the Dolomites is unforgettable:
  • Submerge yourself in the Villandro/Villanders mine on the Fundres/Pfunderer mountain and find out interesting facts about the mining history. Exploring the 16.5 km labyrinth of tunnels is an adventure for the whole family.
  • Archeoparc Villandro/Villanders is situated on the Villandro/Villanders school grounds and provides insight into the village’s settlement history – ideal for anyone interested in history spending their holiday in Villandro/Villanders.
  • Säben Abbey above Chiusa/Klausen is an imposing Benedictine Abbey and is definitely worth a visit on your holiday in Villandro/Villanders.
  • Anyone interested in minerals is in just the right place at the Tiso/Teis minerals museum. The Tiso/Teis balls and all kinds of mountain crystals from the alpine region attract countless visitors. Three Geo Trails that start at the museum lead to interesting geological and botanical spots.
  • South Tyrol’s medieval towns – Chiusa/Klausen, Bressanone/Brixen, Vitipeno/Sterzing, Brunico/Bruneck, Bolzano/Bozen, Merano/Meran and Glorenza/Glurns – are ideal day trip destinations on your holiday in Villandro/Villanders. Numerous shops and boutiques, restaurants, cafés and sights await you!
Other highlights in South Tyrol, that you should see during your holiday in Villandro/Villanders, are the Archaeology Museum in Bolzano/Bozen with the glacial mummy Ötzi, the Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle in Merano/Meran and the Messner Mountain Museums, that can be found in different parts of South Tyrol.

We will be happy to reveal even more tips about sights in Villandro/Villanders and the surrounding area to you at any time at reception. We wish you a wonderful holiday in Villandro/Villanders!