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Your Alpine Adventure Awaits: Skiing, Hiking, Biking and Climbing

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Your Alpine Adventure Awaits: Skiing, Hiking, Biking and Climbing

South Tyrol, nestled in the heart of the Italian Alps, offers as Italy's northernmost province a unique blend of natural beauty, authentic mountain landscape, extensive orchards, cultural richness, winter sports, and outdoor adventures. Whether you seek the thrill of summer activities or want to experience the fascination of a winter wonderland, South Tyrol's Dolomites are the perfect holiday destination.

South Tyrol in summer

Mountain Adventures: Active Holidays in South Tyrol in Summer

In summer, the Dolomites in South Tyrol and the surrounding area transform into a true paradise for nature lovers and active vacationers. Immerse yourself in the flower-rich meadows and explore the well-marked hiking routes, breathtaking hiking and high-altitude trails to enjoy the stunning mountain landscape. Experience picturesque trails with a mountain bike and conquer the winding alpine roads and Dolomite passes with a racing bike, surrounded by a unique mountain backdrop.
In this fascinating holiday region, there are numerous breathtaking climbing routes and via ferratas that ensure every climbing adventure becomes unforgettable.

South Tyrol is also very well-known among golf and tennis players. Here you will find top-class golf courses offering breathtaking views of the Italian Alps. Additionally, there are many well-equipped tennis courts surrounded by an impressive mountain landscape. Playing here becomes a very special experience.

A Winter Wonderland - Ski resorts of Dolomiti Superski

When winter covers the Dolomites with a white blanket of snow, this region reveals top-class ski resorts for skiing and cross-country skiing. With well-groomed ski slopes and picturesque cross-country trails, South Tyrol offers the right options for both beginners and experienced athletes. The Dolomiti Superski ski destination includes 12 ski areas with a total of 1,200 km of perfectly groomed ski slopes, many of which are located in South Tyrol. Particularly noteworthy is the famous and popular Sellaronda ski circuit in the Dolomites. Another great way to explore the snowy mountain landscape in South Tyrol in winter is snowshoeing.

Experience the après-ski atmosphere in South Tyrol's picturesque alpine villages, where cozy restaurants and pizzerias offer delicious specialties from South Tyrolean cuisine and pizzas.

Ski holiday South Tyrol

Discovering Restaurants in South Tyrol's Dolomites mountains

South Tyrol is not only scenic but also a true gourmet paradise. Here, Italian and South Tyrolean cuisine meet, offering a variety of culinary delights. Whether in a Michelin-starred restaurant, cozy inns, pizzerias, or on an alpine or mountain hut - every meal is a feast for the senses. Taste traditional dishes like South Tyrolean Schlutzkrapfen, Speck- or liver dumplings with goulash, and the diverse pasta dishes, accompanied by excellent local wines, beers, juices, and mineral waters.

Discover the enchanting beauty of South Tyrol, where every season brings new adventures and memories to cherish. Start planning your perfect holiday today!

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