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Holiday resorts in South Tyrol

In Aurina valley

The Tures and Aurina valleys in South Tyrol offer infinite possibilities for sport, leisure and enjoyment for a pleasant holiday.

  • Cadipietra (1050 m), Lutago (971 m), Riobianco (1327 m), San Giacomo (1192 m), San Giovanni (1017 m) and San Pietro (1366 m)
  • Campo Tures (862 m)
  • Predoi (1475 m) and Casere (1582 m)
  • Selva dei Molini (1220 m) and Lappago (1436 m)

In the Dolomites

The Dolomites are famous all over the world for their unique beauty. No other place can boast such contrasts between steep rocks and gentle grassy pastures.

  • Badia valley:
    Badia, Pedraces (1324 m), Corvara in Badia (1568 m) and Colfosco (1645 m), La Villa (1433 m) and San Cassiano (1537 m), San Martino in Badia (1127 m), San Vigilio di Marebbe (1285 m)
  • Val Gardena:
    Ortisei (1236 m), Santa Cristina (1428 m) and Selva di Val Gardena (1563 m)
  • Altipiano dello Sciliar:
    Castelrotto (1060 m), Fiè allo Sciliar (880 m), Siusi (1000 m), Alpe di Siusi (1800-2200 m), and Tires al Catinaccio (1020 m) and San Cipriano (1100 m)
  • Ega valley:
    Nova Levante (1180 m) and Carezza (1600 m), Collepietra (823 m) and San Valentino in Campo (1117 m), Nova Ponente (1357 m), Ega, (1126 m), Obereggen (1550 m) and Monte San Pietro (1380 m)

In Isarco valley

Isarco valley is the historic north-south route between Italy and northern Europe. Its towns and villages have benefitted from this factor through the milleniums.

  • Barbiano (830 m)
  • Brennero (1370 m), Colle Isarco (1098 m) and S. Antonio in Fleres (1246 m)
  • Bressanone (659 m)
  • Campo di Trens (937 m)
  • Chiusa (523 m)
  • Fortezza (749 m)
  • Laion (1100 m)
  • Luson (971 m)
  • Maranza (1414 m)
  • Naz - Sciaves (891 m)
  • Ponte Gardena (470 m)
  • Prati (948 m)
  • Rio Pusteria (777 m)
  • Rodengo (885 m)
  • Spinga (1100 m)
  • Valles (1353 m)
  • Vandoies (755 m)
  • Varna (671 m)
  • Velturno (850 m)
  • Villandro (880 m)
  • Vipiteno (948 m)
  • Funes valley:
    Tiso, San Pietro and Santa Maddalena
  • Racines valley and Ridanna valley:
    Stanga, Mareta, Ridanna, Masseria, Colle and Calice

In Merano & surroundings

Merano and the surrounding countryside is characterised by orchards, vineyards, subtropical vegetation and breath-takingly high mountains.

  • Avelengo - Merano 2000 (1300 m)
  • Cermes (292 m)
  • Gargazzone (267 m)
  • Lagundo (350 m)
  • Lana (274 m), Foiana
  • Marlengo (390 m)
  • Merano (323 m)
  • Nalles (321 m)
  • Naturno (526 m)
  • Parcines (618 m), Tel (508 m), Rablà (532 m)
  • Plaus (519 m)
  • Postal (270 m)
  • Scena (600 m)
  • Tesimo (634 m), Prissiano (610 m)
  • Tirolo (594 m)
  • Verano (1204 m)
  • Senales valley:
    Maso Corto (2011 m)
  • Passiria valley: Rifiano (504 m) and Caines (592 m), San Martino in Passiria (597 m), Saltusio (490 m) and Sorgente (500 m), San Leonardo in Passiria (688 m), Moso (1007 m), Plata (1146 m), Plan (1622 m), Stulles (1315 m) and Corvara (1419 m)
  • Ultimo valley: San Pancrazio (736 m), Santa Valburga (1190 m), Pracupola (1190 m), San Maurizio (ca. 1600 m), San Nicolò (1256 m) and Santa Gertrude (1519 m)
  • Alta Val di Non: Proves (1420 m), Lauregno (1182 m), San Felice (1225 m) and Senale (1351 m)

In Pusteria valley

Pusteria valley is often said to be clearly recognisable from the air by its features which give it the name "green valley".

  • Brunico (835 m)
  • Chienes (786 - 1100 m)
  • Dobbiaco (1240 m)
  • Falzes (1022 m)
  • Gais (841 m), Riomolino (1462 m), Montassilone (1485) and Villa Ottone (837 m)
  • Monguelfo (1087 m) and Tesido (1219 m)
  • Perca (972 m)
  • Rasun in Anterselva valley (1030 m)
  • San Candido (1173 m)
  • San Lorenzo di Sebato (830 m)
  • Sesto (1310 m)
  • Terento (1210 m)
  • Valdaora (1048 m)
  • Villabassa (1154 m)

In Bolzano and surroundings

The entire Adige valley in the area of Bolzano and Surroundings, which is quite flat, is simply ideal for easy bicycle and hiking trips.

  • Andriano (313 m)
  • Appiano (420 m)
  • Anterivo (1222 m)
  • Bolzano (262 m)
  • Caldaro (425 m)
  • Cortaccia (333 m)
  • Cortina sulla Strada del Vino (212 m)
  • Egna (218 m)
  • Laives (255 m), Bronzolo (236 m) and Vadena (227 m)
  • Magrè (243 m)
  • Meltina (1142 m)
  • Montagna (496 m)
  • Ora (244 m)
  • Salorno (226 m)
  • San Genesio (1081 m)
  • San Paolo (394 m)
  • Terlano (248 m) and Vilpiano (258 m)
  • Termeno (276 m)
  • Trodena (1127 m)
  • Sarentino valley:
    Sarentino (961 m), S. Martino in Sarentino, Valdurna and Ponticino
  • Altipiano del Monte Regolo:
    Aldino (1229 m) and Redagno (1550 m)
  • Altipiano del Renon: Collalbo, Longomoso, Monte di Mezzo, Longostagno, Costalovara, Soprabolzano, L'Assunta, Auna di Sotto, Caminata, Auna di Sopra and Vanga

In Venosta valley

Venosta valley is a place where various cultures and three countries merge. There is also the interesting contrast between the warm, southern climate in the lower part of the valley and the high alpine mountain world in the upper part.

  • Burgusio (1262 m)
  • Castelbello - Ciardes (600 m)
  • Glorenza (907 m)
  • Laces (639 m)
  • Lasa (886 m)
  • Malles (1099 m)
  • Prato allo Stelvio (915 m)
  • Resia (1525 m)
  • Silandro (760 m)
  • Sluderno (921 m)
  • Stelvio (1310 m), Solda (1850 m), Gomagoi (1260 m) and Trafoi (1543 m)
  • Monastero valley:
    Tubre (1240 m)
  • Martello valley:
    Martello (1260 m)
Merano's Alta Via
Merano's Alta Via

The path 24 encompasses the reserve of the Tessa mountains

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Sciliar plateau
Sciliar plateau

The highest plateau in Europe, situated in the middle of the Dolomites

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Edelweiss
Hotel Edelweiss

A quiet and sunny position at the foot of Gitschberg Mountain

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Lake Monticolo
Bolzano surroundings

Cycle paths, lake Caldaro and lake Monticolo, the castles

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