South Tyrol - The North of Italy
The land of mountains and wine has far more to offer than fabulous views and magnificent scenery, while hiking in the spring and the cozy Törggelen with excellent hospitality in the fall. The particular charm of South Tyrol are the composition of a stunning natural environment and diverse possibilities to experience this on the first hand.
The varied geography and diverse climatic conditions in the region of South Tyrol are basic of our year-round varied experiences and activities. The geographical features in South Tyrol are extending from the highest point the Ortler (3905 meters a.s.l.) down to the lowest point at 207 meters in the water-rich plain in the southern part of South Tyrol.
Every valley and every mountain boasts with individual circumstances which nature has created over centuries, it has shaped also the culture in which people have always lived in South Tyrol. The contrasting nature features already with guaranteed sunny days and its snowy alpine ski areas climatically diverse conditions in the plain and in the higher elevations, which makes every sportman happy all year round. Whether for families or individuals, whether unique experiences for anyone or frontier experiences for extreme sports enthusiasts, in South Tyrol, everyone can find the perfect adventure.
The individual charm of traditionalist and rural embossed holiday resorts, the mediterranean flair - not only the city of Merano - and the melting pot of different cultures, influenced by the century-old history of South Tyrol invites tourists from around the world to discover and experience this diverse region.
The summit of the beauty of South Tyrol, the unique UNESCO World Heritage Site the Dolomites, the glacier mummy "Ötzi", Europe's largest alpine plateau, glaciers, lakes and rivers make this special charm of South Tyrol and have to offer for every visitor to every season something special.