The many facets of South Tyrol


The Ahrn valley is magnificent. Yet, there is much more to see - attractions that South Tyrol is rightly famous for. 


The Dolomites, the "Pale Mountains", are a legend and unique in their beauty. Who would not have heard about the Three Peaks towering over the visitor like natural skyscrapers - a magnet to the most respected climbers of all times.

A visit of the Ladin valleys such as the nearby Gader valley or Gröden will make you experience authentic traditions and the locals' closeness to their very own culture. Perfect woodcarving art is part of that culture.

It goes without saying that the Dolomites are in particular known as the biker's paradise. You will meet many like-minded fellows on the well known pass roads such as the Passo Giau in the midst of splendid Dolomite giants. 


When it comes to culture, the surroundings have likewise a lot to offer: historical treasures and significant architecture like the venerable monastery of Neustift or the Romanesque collegiate church of Innichen in the high pusteria valley.

One of the most famous Tyroleans, extreme climber Reinhold Messner, has erected two museums in our vicinity, dedicated to the mountain people of the world and the alpine history. Those are certainly worth a visit!

In the capital Bozen with its picturesque old town the oldest Tyrolean - the "man from the ice" called "Ötzi" - is waiting for your visit. Find out more about life and era of the world's oldest mummy in his museum!


If you are out for shopping, try the shops in nearby Bruneck or Sand in Taufers in case you don't want to spend a shopping day in the capital.


Please don't hesitate to ask us for further ideas or suggestions! 



A vacation full of fun,adventure and relaxation!

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