Magrè



The old wine village of Magré is characterised by sunshine and wine. It gently blends into the idyllic landscape of orchards and vineyards at the foot of the sheer rock face of the Fennberg.

Holiday in Magre - South Tyrol


Nestled in the idyllic landscape at the foot of the steep cliffs of Favogna amidst orchards and vineyards, the ancient wine village of Magre is the perfect destination for sun lovers and wine enthusiasts. Relish peace and quiet in Magre, situated off the beaten track along the South Tyrolean wine route, and spend a relaxing holiday in South Tyrol in one of the hotels in Magre. We invite you to a holiday in Magre, where mountain enthusiast and nature lovers will have their fill when they go hiking in the wonderful South Tyrolean mountains, climbing in the nearby climbing gardens or bathing in Lake Caldaro.

Hiking, mountain climbing and diving in your active holiday in the South of South Tyrol


During your hiking holiday in Magre, numerous hiking trails invite you to rambling in South Tyrol and will lead you along the River Favogna to the higher low mountain range with its beautiful mixed forests. The via ferrata path in Magre/Favogna, leading from the bottom of the valley along steep cliffs, invites more experienced mountaineers to exciting mountain climbing and offers a breathtaking view. You can choose from 45 routes in the Marderwand climbing garden along the ancient Corona road and 25 routes in the Unterlegstein climbing garden in Fennhals. Your holiday in Magre has something to suit everyone! Cyclists will have their fill when they set out for cycling tours through the orchards and unique vineyards. A diverse, active holiday in South Tyrol will be guaranteed if you visit the nearby Lake Caldaro, which invites you to sun bathing, swimming, surfing in the surfing school, sailing, fishing, going by pedal boat and rowing in a beautiful forest and reed setting.

Sightseeing in Magre


During your holiday in Magre you shouldn't miss out on visiting the oldest grapevine of South Tyrol, which was planted in 1601 and has more than 80kg of grapes a year. The centre of Magre offers an interesting combination of different architectural styles, such as German Gothic, Baroque and Mediterranean Renaissance. The Gothic bay windows, the stone perrons with balconies, the artificial grilles and the round stone arched windows, as well as the fountain invite you to stroll through the city. We also recommend a visit to the parochial church of San Floriano and the Santa Gertrude church. Wherever you go during your holiday in Magre, the rich culture will be all around.

Traditional cuisine and a glass of South Tyrolean wine


Let yourself be pampered with hearty South Tyrolean specialties during your stay in one of the holiday homes in Magre or one of the restaurants and taverns. Your hosts and chefs create ever new delicious dishes, inspired by the fresh products of the region. Give in to the temptations of the traditional cuisine consisting of dumpling soup, roast lamb or apple pie, complemented by a glass of excellent local wine. In the autumn, you mustn't miss out on joining the famous Törggelen event, where you will be served hearty delights, such as smoked and air-dried farmers' bacon, home-made sausages with sauerkraut, roasted chestnuts and Krapfen (South Tyrolean doughnuts).

Holidays South Tyrol