Bolzano and surroundings

A holiday destination full of highlights. Mediterranean lightness and sun-drenched climate, golden vineyards and a magnificent Alpine scenery, romantic villages and urban flair, coupled with traditional customs and modern elegance. The area of Bolzano and surroundings offers all this and much, much more...

Between vineyards and olive trees

The area of Bolzano and surroundings goes along the Alto Adige Wine Road through the olive village of Cortaccia/Kurtatsch and the wine villages of Termeno/Tramin, Caldaro/Kaltern and Appiano/Eppan, to the Val Sarentino/Sarntal and the high plateau of Renon. This sunny region is known for its Mediterranean climate that allows the growth of numerous vines, palms, cypresses and some olive trees. The major part of the South Tyrolean wines come from this area and can be tasted during a Winesafari, at which you can also discover many things about South Tyrol and its inhabitants.

Hiking in the sunniest region of South Tyrol

The mountains in the area of Bolzano and surroundings offer a wide range of hiking opportunities. The Corno Bianco/Weißhorn, the Corno Nero/Schwarzhorn, the Costiera della Mendola/Mendelgebirge, the Salto/Salten and the famous Bletterbach Gorge, a canyon from the Ice Age, guarantee fun for the whole family.

Here, in this region full of castles, you can also take the famous walking tour to the castle in the Castle Triangle in Appiano/Eppan the and visit Castle Hocheppan, Castle Korb and the ruin Boymont.

After an extensive hike or cycling tour, three refreshing lakes - Lake Kaltern (by the way, the warmest bathing lake in the Alps), the Big and the Little Monticolo Lake - invite you to relax and unwind.

The provincial capital of Bolzano, which can be reached by car in a few minutes, also offers a variety of cultural attractions and sights such as museums, castles, sacred buildings and many events. The most famous museum in the city is the Ötzi Museum, which houses the world-famous men from the ice.

Through orchards and vineyards on two wheels

The area of Bolzano and surroundings is a paradise for all bikers. You can cycle all year round, from easy tours with the whole family along the Adige river to the hilly Montiggl forest for mountain bikers: there is something for everyone!

Winter magic in Bolzano and surroundings

The villages in the area of Bolzano and surroundings invite you to visit their suggestive Christmas markets during the Advent season, Furthermore, in San Paolo/St. Pauls you will find an impressive Crib Exhibition.

Winter sports enthusiasts can glide over the perfectly groomed slopes in the nearby ski areas, such as Obereggen, Reinswald, Passo Oclini/Jochgrimm and the Corno del Renon/Rittner Horn ski resort.

Accommodations in Bolzano and surroundings

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