South Tyrol

Tradition, warm hospitality, delicious Alpine fare, perfectly groomed ski runs, relaxation and sport for all tastes. South Tyrol, the magic of diversity!South Tyrol with 300 sunny days per year and fertile soils provides the ideal prerequisites to indulge the most discriminating bons vivants. South Tyrol’s quality food and drink products including speck, apples, crunchy “schüttelbrot” and grappa are especially sought-after. And of course wine: 25 different grape varieties thriving in just 5,000 hectares of vineyards yield wines which have long caused furore among connoisseurs. South Tyrol awaits you with 7,400 square kilometres to explore and marvel at. The amazement begins on arrival: Italians coming from the south are astonished to find authentic Alpine culture in their own country, while German-speaking holidaymakers delight in discovering Italian verve in their own language area. And once here all can indulge in the magic of diversity.

Europe’s vastest expanse of Alpine pastureland offers plenty for everybody, both in summer and winter. A paradise for nature lovers.

Earthy, friendly, intimate and chic. Culture and luxury are intertwined in Alta Badia, the ideal haunt for discriminating bons vivants.

Picturesque villages nestling among spectacular peaks and the level valley floor. As if created for holidays packed with variety.

Dubbed South Tyrol’s green valley, the Pustertal is a joy to discover in summer, while in winter the Kron-Platz offers the ultimate in fun on the slopes.

Holidaymakers are spoilt for choice in the realm of the mythical dwarf King Laurin: walking and hiking, skiing and fabulous excursions.

Val Garden is the source of the finest wood carvings and sculptures. The most famous South Tyrolean, Luis Trenker, also came from here.

Sun-drenched mountainsides alternate with pale Dolomite peaks. A multifaceted region through and through.