South Tyrol is Italy’s northernmost province. Combining alpine landscapes with a Mediterranean flair, South Tyrol always makes for a great vacation.
In the winter South Tirol is a skiers paradise with 90 percent of the slopes located at 1500 meters above sea level. 12 ski resorts joined forces under the name Dolomiti Superski and offer 1200 kilometers of groomed slopes, that are all accessible with one ski pass. Seiser Alm is Europe’s largest high alpine pasture and offers great terrain for families. After a great day on the slopes, it is only a 30 minute drive to the center of Bozen with its great shopping opportunities. Kronplatz, located at the edge of the Dolomites near Bruneck in the Pustertal Valley, is South Tyrol’s most popular ski mountain.
South Tyrol is home to the famous Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty of activities to keep them entertained, including hiking, mountain biking and rock climbing.
Countless uncleared and/or signposted trails crisscross the scenic area and lead past some 800 castles and fortresses.
Spend wonderful holidays in South Tyrol, whether you stay at a top hotel, an apartment or with a private accommodation provider.