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Mediterranean atmosphere, sun-blessed orchards and vineyards, romantic villages with an urban spirit - that's what a holiday in South Tyrol in the most southern part of the country is all about

The South of South Tyrol

Holidays in South Tyrol, Italy, taken to a completely new level: the holiday region in southern South Tyrol has an almost Mediterranean climate that offers favourable conditions for exotic fruits and plants. The sun-blessed Val d'Adige is famous for its hills and vineyards, cypresses and palm trees. This most southern part of the country is home to the South Tyrolean wine route, running from Terlano to Salorno along the River Adige, passing the Mediterranean Lake Caldaro and picturesque villages such as Caldaro, Termeno, Cortaccia and Magre where many of the excellent South Tyrolean wines are cultivated along the wine route. A wide variety of apples is also cultivated in this area, which you cannot only freshly pick during your holiday in South Tyrol but also enjoy in delicious dishes. Whatever activities you choose to participate in, you will most definitely be in good hands in your hotel in South Tyrol in Val d'Adige, which will pamper you all year long with traditional and international delights.

Hiking in the Dolomites

A summer holiday in South Tyrol and in Val d'Adige is perfect to set out for the impressive mountain peaks while hiking in the Dolomites with the whole family. Those who are into culture will be delighted by the wide variety of romantic castles and ruins just waiting to be visited by you. During your family holiday in a Holiday home in South Tyrol you mustn't miss out on spending a day of adventurous hiking tours in the Monte Corno Nature Park or the Canyon del Rio delle Foglie. You will also find more challenging hiking tours at Corno Nero and Corno Bianco in the eastern part of Val d'Adige or at Monte Roen and Passo di Mendelo in the western part of the valley. Enjoy a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountain tops and the bottom of the valley with its soft hills. In the autumn, hiking in South Tyrol is especially exciting, for example during a walk through colourful deciduous woodland ending with a so-called Törggelen meal in a traditional wine tavern, where you can choose from a variety of delicious South Tyrolean specialties, roasted chestnuts, South Tyrolean wine and sweet cider. Welcome to the pleasures of wellness in South Tyrol!

Holidays South Tyrol