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South Tyrol

South Tyrol Holidays, mountains of South Tyrol for Winter Holiday and Dolomites Ski Holidays for Vacations in South Tyrol. Dolomites Ski Holiday in the Dolomites mountains, vacations in South Tyrol. Visit the Isarco valleys, Vipiteno and Bressanone, val Pusteria with Brunico and Dobbiaco, val Gardena and Ortisei, Merano, val Venosta and Passo Resia, the Alpe di Siusi, the Obereggen and the val of Ega, the Catinaccio, the Latemar, val of Abbey with Corvara S. Vigilio di Marebbe, Merano and Bolzano with their evocative Tyrolese fascination.

Tourist routes in South Tyrol

The region includes the province of Bolzano, inhabited, in prevalence, by a population of German language. We recommend you to visit: The Dolomites;
the South Tyrol valleys with their wonderful passes and fascinating panoramas: Val Gardena, Val Venosta, Val Martello, Passo Resia, Val Pusteria, Valle Isarco, Val Badia, Passo dello Stelvio;
the well-known ski resorts: Corvara, La Villa, Ortisei, Santa Cristina, Selva di Val Gardena, Merano, Brunico, Dobbiaco, Alpe di Siusi;

Bolzano, Merano, Bressanone, Vipiteno and Brunico;
the typical local Christmas markets;
the Siusi Alps,
the wine itineraries;
the castles of the Val Venosta.


ALPE di SIUSI: Castelrotto, Siusi allo Sciliar, Alpe di Siusi, Fiè allo Sciliar;
VAL GARDENA: Selva Gardena, S. Cristina, Ortisei;
ALTA BADIA: Corvara, Colfosco, the Villa, San Cassiano, La Valle, Pedraces.
the wood Sculptors & Artists;
the horseriding “Wolkenstein” from Gardena Bridge to Fiè through Castelrotto and Siusi;
the Music Festival Gardena in July.

South Tyrol Ski Resorts:

Alpe di Siusi (23 tracks: 116 km);
Val Gardena (58 tracks: 175 km);
Alta Badia (53 tracks: 130 km).

Val Venosta Valley

Parcines and the Regional Park of the Gruppo Tessa;
Prato allo Stelvio and the National Park of the Stelvio;
The Val Martello;
The Ortles;
The Lake Resia;
Malles, the regional capital of the Val Venosta, Val Senales, Val d'Ultimo;
the church of San Procolo in Naturno;
the apple harvest in October;
the castles of Sluderno and Lasa;
Glorenza and its walls;
Passo dello Stelvio and the road museum at the pass.

Ski Resorts in Val Venosta:

Solda (Solda to the Ortles) (11 tracks: 40 km); Belpiano (Resia) (9 tracks: 30 km), Malga Haider (San Valentino) (6 tracks: 18 km), Watles (Malles) (3 tracks: 20 km), Trafoi (Trafoi to the Ortles) (4 tracks: 10 km), Laces (Coldrano/Morter) (4 tracks: 10 km).

Val D'Isarco and Val Pusteria Valley

The Lake Varna;
Luson and its traditions;
Rio di Pusteria and its 1200th walls;
Val di Valles;
The Aurine Alps;
Maranza and the Alps of the Ötztal;
Vipiteno and its historical center,
Racines and its valleys: Val Ridanna, Val Racines and Val Giovo;
The valley and the lake of Braies;
Dobbiaco and the music;
San Candido;
Festivity of the Historical Center of Bressanone;
the corner market and the local street market for children in Bressanone;
the Christmas Market in Bressanone, from the end of November to the beginning of January;
Chiusa and the complex of Sabiona;
the Alps glaciers of the Zillertal;
the Natural Park Puez-Odle.

Ski resorts in Val D'Isarco and Val Pusteria Valley

Alta Val Pusteria (27 tracks: 50 km), Plose (S.Andrea/Bressanone) (9 tracks: 45 km), Racines (Racines/Ridanna) (7 tracks: 30 km), Gitschberg (Maranza) (10 tracks: 22 km), Valles-Jochtal (Valles) (8 tracks: 16 km), Ladurns (Ladurno/Isarco Hill) (9 tracks: 15 km), Monte Cavallo(Vipiteno) (6 tracks: 15 km).

Merano and its surroundings

Merano and its perfect equilibrium between ancient and modern;
The green of Lagundo lake and Tirolo;
The Alta Val di Non;
Lana and the route of the wine;
Marlengo and the race of Maia;
Scene and its mountain barns;
The Forst biergarden;
Sissi's paths;
the botanical Garden of the Castel Trauttmansdorff;
the ski area Merano 2000.

Ski Resorts in Merano:

Merano 2000 (13 tracks: 35 km).

Bolzano and its surroundings

Bolzano and its historical center;
The forests of San Genesio;
The Plateau of the Renon;
The fields of the Val Sarentino;
Laives, Bronzolo and Vadena;
The lakes of Caldaro and Monticolo;
Plateau of the Renon;
the Speck Festivity in Bolzano (3rd weekend of May);
the Archaeological Museum of Bolzano;
the Museum of the Man of the Similaun;
Ötzi, the Tyrolese traditional costumes.

Ski Resorts Bolzano:

Reinswald - Val Sarentino (4 tracks: 12 km), Corno di Renon (4 tracks: 12 km).

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