Termeno



Amid the old wine-producing farms dotted along a sunny slope in the Adige Valley lies the wine town of Termeno. It is home to the world-famous Gewürztraminer wine, a spicy white wine. Narrow streets and cosy, traditional farmhouses surrounded by hillside vineyards characterise this rural village scene.

Holiday in Termeno (Tramin) - South Tyrol


The holiday village of Termeno is located amidst ancient winegrowers' farms on a sunny hillside in Val d'Adige in the South of South Tyrol. Termeno is home to the world famous Gewürztraminer, a spicy white wine. The village of Termeno is famous for its small alleys and cosy, ancient farms, surrounded by vineyards. Spend a pleasant and relaxing holiday in Termeno and let yourself be pampered in one of the many hotels in Termeno. We invite you to take advantage of the diverse leisure programme and choose between hiking in the South Tyrolean mountains, wonderful cycling tours or dips in Lake Caldaro.

Hiking holidays in South Tyrol


Due to the sunny climate, Termeno is perfect for extensive walks through the vineyards, with a network of more than 80km of hiking trails for all ages and abilities leading through the Termeno region. Make the most of the extensive hiking offer during your hiking holiday in Termeno and explore the wonderful South Tyrolean mountains with their lush green meadows, endless mixed forests and a unique flora and fauna. We invite you to participate in the weekly guided hiking tours organised by the local tourist board. More experienced hikers will have their fill when they go climbing on the fixed rope route on the Roen, situated 2,116m above sea level.

Mountain bike tours, mountain climbing, bathing and skiing during your holiday in Termeno


The Termeno region is perfect for wonderful cycling tours. We invite you to join the weekly guided cycling and mountain bike tours organised by the local tourist board. Moreover, a holiday in Termeno offers a wide array of leisure offers: a sports and adventure pool with whirlpool, waterfall and climbing rock, a miniature golf course, a boccia facility and skittle alleys, tennis courts and playgrounds for kids and a shooting stand. Golf lovers will have their fill when they play golf on the 18-hole golf course in Monte San Pietro at Regglberg, surrounded by the mighty Dolomites in South Tyrol. Experience pure nature while swimming and sun bathing at the nearby Lakes Monticoli and Lake Caldaro, the warmest bathing lake in the Alps, surrounded by the unique forest scenery. In the winter, Termeno and its surroundings offer many activities for your winter holiday in South Tyrol. The nearby Mendola Ruffre, Obereggen, Corno del Renon, Carezza and Alpe di Siusi ski resorts can be reached within a few minutes' drive and invite you to skiing in the Dolomites on perfectly groomed pistes. Ice skating enthusiasts can concentrate on their sporting experience in Caldaro and Appiano.

Sightseeing and Törggelen complemented by chestnuts and young wine


The village of Termeno, with its narrow alleys, traditional residences and comfortable winegrowers' farms in the heart of extensive vineyards is definitely worth a visit. We recommend a walk to the vineyards and the Romanic San Giacomo castle in Kastelaz with the oldest Romanic frescoes in the German speaking area. A visit to the Gothic parochial church of Termeno, with its 86m high bell tower, the highest walled free-standing steeple of South Tyrol, is also worthwhile. The Termeno village museum invites you to gain an insight in the farmers' everyday life exemplified by many exhibits depicting the wine growing and agriculture tradition. During your holiday in Termeno along the South Tyrolean wine route you should not miss out on the famous Törggelen in autumn. We invite you to taste young wine and hearty dishes, roasted chestnuts and Krapfen (South Tyrolean doughnuts) in one of the numerous wine cellars in Termeno. Let yourself be pampered during your stay in one of the comfortable holiday homes in Termeno where you will also give in to the culinary temptations of the South Tyrolean specialities.



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