Spend your holiday in Lana: it is located in the southern corner of the Merano basin, seven kilometres southwest of the spa town of Merano and at the foot of the Vigiljoch and the low mountain ranges of Völlan and Tisens.

Holiday in Lana at Merano - South Tyrol

Spend your holiday in Lana, the wonderful holiday village in the south of the valley of Merano. Lana is located 7km south-west of the Merano health resort, at the foot of Monte San Vigilio and the low mountain range of Foiana and Tesimo. Lana is also the perfect destination for your entertaining hiking holiday in South Tyrol. The mild climate, the tempting scenery with numerous vineyards and orchards, castles and manor houses, a diverse leisure offer and many culinary temptations invite you to spend a stress-free holiday in Lana all year round. Recharge your batteries during your hiking holiday in Lana, enjoy unforgettable hiking tours in the South Tyrolean Alps and give in to the temptations of the South Tyrolean cuisine during your stay in one of the excellent hotels in Lana.

Spend a relaxing hiking holiday in Lana in South Tyrol

Lana is an idyllic village and offers a wide array of hiking possibilities for your holiday in Lana. On three levels, you will enjoy hiking in the region of Lana in Foiana, located in the low mountain range, and on Monte San Vigilio (1,500m - 1,800). A hiking holiday in South Tyrol offers something to suit everyone: easy walks, leisurely hikes through mountain pastures and challenging mountain climbing tours - head for the heights while hiking in Lana! In a few minutes, the Monte San Vigilio cable car will take you up high, from where you can set out on wonderful hiking tours in the South Tyrolean mountains. During a walk along the Alta Via di Merano, which leads through the Gruppo di Tessa Nature Park, the largest of all South Tyrolean nature reserves, you will gain interesting insights into the South Tyrolean culture and settlements while enjoying mountain pastures, mountain farms, Waals (irrigation channels) and natural monuments. During your hiking holiday in Lana you should not miss out on a tour along the typical Waal paths. The Lagundo Waal path, the longest Waal path of South Tyrol, spans 12km, and offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the bottom of the valley of Merano and the surrounding mountains. Lana offers something to suit every member of the family and guarantees a stress-free and totally relaxing family holiday in South Tyrol. We invite you to experience the hospitality of one of the cosy bed and breakfasts in Lana where you will feel at home from the moment you arrive.

Diverse sports and leisure offers for your active holiday in Lana

Your active holiday in Lana in South Tyrol offers a whole feast of leisure activities from March to November. Experience the thrill, sensation and speed of adventurous mountain biking in the Alps, canoeing or rafting or go for an exciting jaunt in the saddle. Your holiday in Lana also offers tennis, swimming and golf in South Tyrol. Lana has something to suit everyone. Kids will enjoy a special leisure programme, including a cookery course or rafting for kids. Your family holiday in Lana in South Tyrol will make your holiday dreams come true. Relish the pleasures of relaxation and wellbeing during your active holiday in Lana in one of the excellent wellness hotels in Lana in South Tyrol. Lay back, relax and indulge in hay baths, fragrant baths, saunas, steam baths and soothing massages.

Places to visit during your holiday in Lana

Get to know the history and culture of South Tyrol during your hiking holiday in Lana in South Tyrol. One of the most important sights of the region of Lana is the Schnatterpeck altar in the parochial church of Lana di Sotto. This Late Gothic altar is 14.1m long, thus counting among the largest Gothic altars. The Romanesque S. Magno church is well worth a visit and offers extensive frescoes dating from around 1215. A holiday in South Tyrol would not be complete without a visit to one of the numerous museums. The Museo di Frutticoltura Sudtirolese (South Tyrolean Fruit-Growing Museum) located in the Larchgut residence in Lana offers an interesting insight into the historical development and current situation of fruit-growing in South Tyrol and Lana. If you visit the Farmers' Museum in Foiana (Museo Contadino di Foiana), you will gain insights into the local farmers' everyday life, exemplified by ancient and traditional equipment and fitment. During your cultural family holiday in Lana in South Tyrol you should not miss out on visiting Castle Montebruno, Castle Maggio and the ruins of Castle Brandis. Get to know South Tyrolean tradition and culture while giving in to the temptations of the South Tyrolean cuisine, which you can indulge in during your stay in one of the holiday homes in Lana in South Tyrol or in the numerous taverns and restaurants.

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