Three good reasons to choose a green holiday in Alto Adige
Magical outdoor spacesEight nature parks and incredibly varied landscapes
SustainabilityThe entire community working together to protect the land
The wine trade routeItaly’s oldest and most enchanting wine road from Nalles to Salorno
A land blessed with spectacular nature where the Dolomites, a world heritage site, provide a stunning backdrop for as many as eight nature parks, beautiful alpine lakes such as Braies, Caldaro and Carezza, gentle slopes covered with vineyards creating a unique combination of alpine landscapes and Mediterranean views.
A place where ancient traditions have been preserved and handed down through the centuries and where the population is committed to protecting the natural environment of their beloved land. The essence of South Tyrol is contained in its priceless natural and historic heritage, arising from the encounter of different cultures: Italian, Ladin and German. A linguistic variety which has produced a wealth of knowledge, best represented by magnificent artisan creations, an original combination of alpine flavours and Mediterranean cuisine, numerous myths and legends trying to explain the mystery of unusual, beautiful natural formations. Places such as the rocky “benches” on the Sciliar, the ruins of Castelvetere, the earth pyramids and the mysterious rocks known as “the stone men” are just a few of the magical natural monuments of this land.Close
Ospitalità Natura establishments in Alto Adige
Biovital Hotel Theiner’s Garten
|100% bio||Spa olistica|
|Alto Adige||Booking: 9.1/10|
Aqua Bad Cortina
|100% BIO||Sorgente termale|
All places with Nature Hospitality in Alto Adige
Located between Bolzano and Merano, Gargazzone is known as “the child-friendly town”.
San Sigismondo - Chienes
Not your typical tourist destination, San Sigismondo is a district of the town of Chienes, located in the picturesque valley floor of Val Pusteria.