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The Villanderer Alm
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En route in South Tyrol
Inspired by the multifaceted nature of the countryside
Our tips for your holiday
South Tyrol means something different to everyone. What is certain is that the land has plenty to offer that is good for the soul. An affinity towards life and quality of life, humanity, and experiences – here you get to know and love the countryside and its people.
Natural spectacle with a health-promoting climate
takes you over fields and shady forest paths with Kneipp basins and numerous places to rest. The highlight: the
waterfalls of Barbian
– a refreshing natural spectacle!
The Säben monastery is enthroned on the holy mountain, which is popularly called the sacred mountain. This
imposing Benedictine abbey
above Klausen is one of the oldest
places of pilgrimage
Adolf Munkel Trail
One of the most impressive Dolomite trails is the Adolf Munkel Trail in Villnöss. Hike below the imposing Geisler peaks and enjoy a
breathtaking mountain scenery
The symbol of South Tyrol
The Schlern is located in the Schlern-Rosengarten Nature Park and is considered the symbol of South Tyrol, due to its characteristic shape with the two peaks in front of it. The highest point is the
, where the view is impressive.
city of artists, Klausen
, and the
bishop’s town of Brixen
can be reached in a few minutes from the hotel and invite you to stroll, linger and discover. Day trips to Sterzing, Bolzano, Merano and Bruneck are also worthwhile.
Gastronomy, culture, and entertainment
Discover the culinary side of South Tyrol. At
around South Tyrol, you will get to know the country and its people. We have summarised the most important culinary highlights for you here:
Rich in vitamins and delicious and especially popular for desserts such as plum dumplings and strudel. In September, the “Plum Weeks” in Barbian invite you to try some tasty treats.
In Vino Veritas
A sophisticated wine tasting “In Vino Veritas” is held in August, in the historic town centre of Klausen. Taste regional wines and local specialities with musical accompaniment.
There are just as many chestnut trees for the nearly 3,000 inhabitants of Feldthurns. From mid-October to mid-November, the village associations offer chestnut delicacies. A supporting programme with tastings, concerts, leisurely hikes, and much more.
Leisurely autumn walks through vineyards, chestnut groves, picturesque villages, and mixed forests can be combined with culinary delights. From the beginning of October to the end of November, special farm taverns in the Eisack Valley open their farmhouses for guests to dine and enjoy themselves.
Bread and strudel market
From the famous Schüttelbrot and the Pusterer Breatln to the Vinschger Paarl – every valley has its own type of bread. Experience the variety at the bread and strudel market in Brixen, open in October.
More holidays for the same price with our guest card: Free use of public transport, discounts, free entrance, and more!
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