Vacation | Holidays in South Tyrol
Enjoy the countless opportunities for hiking, climbing, mountain biking, swimming, fishing, golfing, horseback riding, paragliding in the Nature Park Schlern-Rosengarten in the Dolomites during summer.
In winter, you can ice skate or even play traditional South Tyrolean games at the beautiful Völser Weiher, which is located only 10 minutes away from our house. For adrenaline junkies, the Tuffalm is a must. You can sled down the steep but funny slopes on a sled, which is also a traditional sport in the area of the alps. The largest “high alpine area” in Europe, called “Seiseralm”, is a skiing paradise in winter. All winter dreams come true there. 60 km of perfectly prepared slopes, 80 km of cross-country ski trails, snow-cleared hiking trails, children’s fan park, sledding, ski tours and much more are waiting for you.
The “Seiser Alm”, in italian called “Alpe di Siusi” has his own cable car which can be reached in about 7 minutes by car, there is a large free parking lot at the valley station.
South Tyrol's most beautiful places at a glance
Unesco World Heritage
Seiser Alm / Schlern
On Europe’s largest high alpine region you can expect the majestic Dolomite peaks, charming villages, sociable people as well as 300 days of sunshine. The best way to explore the beautiful nature and landscape is on foot and bike in summer, or on skis and snowboard in winter.
The Pragser Wildsee, also called “Pearl of the Dolomites”, was created a long time ago by a mudslide at about 1,500 m in the beautiful Pragsertal in the east of South Tyrol. The Pragser Wildsee is one of the most popular photo spots in the world. In order to preserve nature, the road from Schmieden remains closed in high summer. You can reach the lake with a scheduled service, alternatively the hiking trail no. 1 leads from Schmieden to the lake.
The Drei Zinnen are located in the east of South Tyrol and are also part of the UNESCO World Heritage. The Three Peaks are certainly one of the most famous mountains in the entire Alpine region and attract many climbers to South Tyrol every day.
Sankt Magdalena in Villnöss
The village of St. Magdalena in the rear valley area of Villnöss can be reached after a 45-minute drive from our Apartments. There you will find one of the most popular photo motifs in South Tyrol, the church of St. Magdalena, which stands on the spot where, according to legend, the “Fopal Bachl “in the mountain washed up the miraculous image of St. Magdalena.
Only 45 minutes away from our Aparments, the impressive Lake Carezza awaits you, which is also called “Lec de Ergobando” (Rainbow Lake) in Ladin. The lake is located 1,520 m above sea level and covers an area of 12.25 ha. A circular walk takes about 20 minutes. The lake is accessible by public transport and by car.
The Seceda is a 2519 m high mountain in Val Gardena and is located about 30 minutes from Fiè allo Sciliar. The ascent takes 90 minutes from Col Raiser. The name of the mountain comes from the Latin word siccus (dry) and refers to the arid meadows below the summit.