Hotel South Tyrol
Caravan Park Sexten
The Caravan Park Sexten, one of Europe's 10 best campsites, lies in Moso di...
Granpanorama Hotel StephansHof
Situated on the sunny high plateau of Villandro at 880 m above sea level, t...
The Hotel Ladinia in La Villa is the ideal destination for a fantastic stay...
Hotel Antermoia is situated in a quiet and panoramic position in Antermoia,...
The Hotel Dolomiten in Monguelfo is the ideal starting point for active hol...
Hotel Col Alto
Hotel Col Alto is located in Corvara in Alta Badia, in an excellent locatio...
The Gourmet Hotel Sonnalp is situated in Obereggen, at the feet of the Cati...
The Sporthotel Panorama is characterized by its cozy atmosphere and origina...
Hotel Bergblick is a family hotel. Different services at their disposal: pl...
The Hotel Brunella is set in a panoramic location of San Vigilio di Marebbe...
Hotel Dolomiti is situated in a quiet and panoramic position in La Villa, n...
Bad Moos Dolomites Spa Resort
The Bad Moos Dolomites Spa Resort is situated in a scenic location in Sesto...
Vouchers and Experiences
Via Ferrata Cir - Val Gardena
The Piccolo Cir is located at 2,520 m above sea level in the heart of the Dolomites and can be reached from both Val Badia and Val Gardena.From Gardena Pass a d...
Via Ferrata Tridentina in Val Badia
The Ferrata Tridentina is a Dolomite via ferrata, located in the Sella Group on the side of the Val Badia.It unfolds in a majestic environment. At the end of th...
Deals and holiday packages
MOUNTAINIGLOO - ONE NIGHT UNDER THE STARSAnabel Alpine Life Hotel
Dolomiti Spring DaysBad Moos Dolomites Spa Resort
Dolomiti Spring Days 4=3Valentinerhof Vita Vital Hotel
Local shops: South Tyrol
Club Moritzino - Piz La Ila mt. 2100
The Moritzino Club offers ONLY RESTAURANT SERVICE for lunch and dinner with...
Destinations: South Tyrol
Holidays in South Tyrol: experience the mountains and the Dolomites
In South Tyrol you will find the charm of the mountains, with some of the most important peaks of the Dolomites, an unknown and charming area to discover with hikes, climbs and bike tours. Valleys, rivers and lakes, natural jewels punctuated with small towns suspended between modernity and tradition, with many castles, apple orchards and vineyards. For those loving snow, 30 tourist resorts offer perfect slopes and modern lift facilities.
This is the most northern area of Italy, with chief town Bolzano, and its territory, corresponding to the southern part of Tyrol, features some of the most beautiful Dolomite peaks: Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Sassolungo, Catinaccio and Sella group, Sesto Dolomites, Sciliar and Latemar - a paradise for climbers and hikers, but also for skiers, offering 30 winter holiday resorts in the Ortler Skiarena and Dolomiti SuperSki carousels.
This area is characterized by wonderful valleys, such as Val Gardena, Val Venosta or Valli di Tures and Aurina, as well as by many passes, connecting them, such as Passo Gardena, between Val Gardena and Val Badia, Passo Monte Giovo, between Val Passiria and Valle Isarco, or allowing to reach the neighboring regions like Passo dello Stelvio (Lombardy), Passo Sella (Trentino), Passo Monte Croce Comelico (Bellunese). These passes are particularly appreciated by motorcyclists, who are delighted by their winding roads.
Water sport lovers appreciate the fact that South Tyrol is crossed by rivers (Adige and Isarco) and features many lakes, such as the famous Braies Lake, Caldaro, Resia and Anterselva.
Visiting the area you can also discover many natural monuments and peculiar places: Earth Pyramids, Alpe di Siusi, ice holes, as well as many waterfalls and impassable gorges. As much as 8 nature parks protect its territory: a natural paradise to discover walking along its paths, trails and itineraries.
The man has enriched this nature in a soft way, with vineyards, apple orchards and small settlements. South Tyrol features 116 municipalities: most of them are small villages which originated from groups of farmhouses gathered around a church, and which were able to preserve their traditions, habits and customs due to their strong cultural identity.
The most important cities are Bolzano, surrounded by vineyards and medieval villages, where German and Italian cultures melt, and Merano, featuring important Thermal baths, many wellness hotels, the Trauttmansdorff Castle Gardens as well as a harmonic combination of modern and Art-Nouveau architecture.
Many centers boast a long history, which is witnessed by numerous well-preserved castles, fortresses and churches: Castel Tirolo, Castel Roncolo, the Novacella monastery and the Sabiona abbey.
South Tyrolean tradition also means typical food: its speck and its excellent wines are just some of the products you should really taste!
Bolzano has been an autonomous province since 1972, and German is the mother tongue of over two thirds of its inhabitants, whereas the other languages spoken are Italian and Ladin.