Where does the way lie?
How to actively discover South Tyrol.
Over hill and dale, through medieval towns, past blossoming orchards, up to mountain pastures or down on ski slopes with snow guaranteed! Don't know where to start to discover South Tyrol in active fashion? Don't worry – whether on foot, in the (bike) saddle, on a snowboard for with a thirst for knowledge – we'll show you how and when you can, must and should experience South Tyrol close up. And first of all, read here about what not to miss!
A city holiday in South Tyrol
Get to know the country, its people and culture
South Tyrol’s orchards and vineyards, its Alpine meadows, forests and rocky peaks wait to be explored … and so do the cities of this beautiful little country. There are eight of them, one in each holiday area – and the Eisack valley even boasts ...
A hiking adventure in the Dolomites
The sun shines brightly in the deep blue sky, birds are singing, the Alpine herbs and flowers dance merrily in the summer breeze – that’s what a fabulous hiking day in the Dolomites looks like. Sometimes however, a wonderful hiking tour turns into a ...
Mountain freshness times two: hiking in the Ulten valley
Hiking is most definitely the favourite activity of all South Tyroleans and vacationers in South Tyrol. And swimming is obviously the must-do of summer! So why not combine them? We set out on a tour to the Ulten valley: to the “Weißbrunn”, ...
It’s party time!
The ultimate top events in South Tyrol
Obviously, going for a holiday in South Tyrol means mountains, nature, exercise and relaxation! Our little province provides plenty of that. But, let's be honest, holidays should involve a little partying, too! South Tyrol's top events – along with ...
Sellaronda Bike Day 2018
Each year the Sellaronda Bike Day draws thousands of cyclists to circumnavigate the Sella Massif in the Dolomites. The day involves 58 kilometres of riding and over 1,630 metres of ascent, not to mention several Dolomite passes - and any number of ...
Mountains you can touch – a holiday at Guesthouse Prader
In the idyllic mountain hamlet of San Leonardo, high above the city of Bressanone/Brixen, there is a lovely little house at the forest’s edge. Guesthouse Prader is the perfect starting point for discovering the mountain realm of South Tyrol! ...
Of forests, sheep and avalanches
An early summer walk to the Geisler peaks It takes a while to get to the end of the Villnöss Valley - but it is most certainly worth it! With not much traffic, but plenty of nature, it is a paradise for hikers and mountain lovers. My personal guide ...
Bike, bike, baby!
Cycling through South Tyrol
A holiday on two wheels is simply the best! Swiftly cycling through the apple orchards and vineyards, past idyllic villages, along the river. Enjoying a fresh “gelato”, an “aperitivo” in South Tyrol’s charismatic cities, pausing in the very middle ...
Bring your family to the family
5 reasons for a family holiday at the small places A relaxed holiday with your bunch of rascals is just what you’re looking for? In a place with lots of colourful nature right outside the door, where you can go hiking and biking, with delicious ...
The name says it all: Frei (free) – Berg (mountain) – Hof (farm)
A spring holiday in Lana Blooming apple orchards, a majestic peak and the peace of nature – that’s the backdrop for those holidaying at the Freiberghof. Easy walks, massages and the occasional plunge into the pool make it easy to achieve perfect ...
A NATURE HOLIDAY – THE NATURE OF YOUR HOLIDAY
The nature specialists among the private landlords of South Tyrol The private landlords put GREAT emphasis on nature – because it makes daily routine look pretty small. That’s why we’ve chosen to live right in the middle of it. You can find us in ...
The authentic Merano holiday
… in the villa district Obermais-Maia Alta What defines an authentic holiday in Merano? Well … first of all Merano as a backdrop is a clear must! The spa town in the valley with its splendid art nouveau houses. With the Passer Promenade and the ...