Alto Adige

8 Luxury&SPA1 Leisure & City Hotel
Caressed by nature

Three good reasons to choose a green holiday in Alto Adige

Magical outdoor spaces

Eight nature parks and incredibly varied landscapes

Sustainability

The entire community working together to protect the land

The wine trade route

Italy’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.

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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.

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Ospitalità Natura establishments in Alto Adige

Bio & Spa Hotel
Advanced eco-sustainability
Tauber’s Bio Vitalhotel
Guaranteed by the NaturaSì ecosystem
Tauber’s Bio Vitalhotel
Organic flavours In the middle of nature
San Sigismondo - Chienes, ALTO ADIGE
TripAdvisor: 4.5/5 Booking: 9/10
From € 87,00 per person
Bio & Wellness
Advanced eco-sustainability
Biohotel Bühelwirt
Guaranteed by the NaturaSì ecosystem
Biohotel Bühelwirt
100% biohotel Nature in harmony
San Giacomo in Valle Aurina, ALTO ADIGE
TripAdvisor: 4.5/5 Booking: 9.6/10
From € 65,00 per person
Organic HOTEL & Thermal baths
Advanced eco-sustainability
Aqua Bad Cortina
Guaranteed by the NaturaSì ecosystem
Aqua Bad Cortina
100% organic Thermal spring
San Vigilio di Marebbe, ALTO ADIGE
TripAdvisor: 5/5
From € 95,00 per person
ClimaHotel®
Excellent eco-sustainability
Mountain Design Hotel EdenSelva
Guaranteed by the NaturaSì ecosystem
Mountain Design Hotel EdenSelva
ClimaHotel® In the centre of Selva
Selva Val Gardena, ALTO ADIGE
TripAdvisor: 4.5/5 Booking: 9.2/10
From € 154,00 per person
Boutique Biohotel
Advanced eco-sustainability
Boutique Biohotel Gitschberg
Guaranteed by the NaturaSì ecosystem
Boutique Biohotel Gitschberg
Boutique Style Natural and organic cuisine
Maranza, ALTO ADIGE
TripAdvisor: 5/5
From € 135,00 per person
Bio & Spa Hotel
Advanced eco-sustainability
Biovital Hotel Theiner’s Garten
Guaranteed by the NaturaSì ecosystem
Biovital Hotel Theiner’s Garten
Biohotel Alpine views
Gargazzone, ALTO ADIGE
TripAdvisor: 4.5/5 Booking: 9.1/10
From € 148,00 per person
Bio Hotel from 2002
Advanced eco-sustainability
Bio Hotel Panorama
Guaranteed by the NaturaSì ecosystem
Bio Hotel Panorama
100% Organic Cuisine Panorama in name and in deed
Malles Venosta, ALTO ADIGE
TripAdvisor: 4.5/5 Booking: 8.7/10
From € 70,00 per person
Excellent eco-sustainability
Zum Hirschen
Guaranteed by the NaturaSì ecosystem
Zum Hirschen
Conscious architecture Slow-sofia
Senale-San Felice, ALTO ADIGE
TripAdvisor: 4.5/5 Booking: 9.3/10
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All places with Nature Hospitality in Alto Adige

Gargazzone

Located between Bolzano and Merano, Gargazzone is known as “the child-friendly town”.

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Here you will find a large playground of more than 5000 sqm and an amazing protected area with a natural swimming pool where water is purified through the natural action of plants without using chlorine or any other chemical substances. If you love an active holiday, you can go on an excursion along the pleasant cycle path of Val d’Adige or on a walk on the panoramic trail. We recommend you visit the enchanting waterfalls and the so‑called “ice hole” in the gorge on Monzoccolo. The most iconic symbol of the town is the Kröll tower, dating back to 1240. We also suggest visiting the neo-Romanesque church of the Sacred Heart and the Church of San Giovanni with a 14th-century fresco and the relics of S. Octonius. Close

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.

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It is a very tranquil place where you can indulge in peaceful walks among nature on the farm trail or the butterfly trail. It is the ideal starting point for exploring the surrounding areas taking the train of Val Pusteria which starts from the station of Casteldarne. The symbol of the village is its parish church featuring a polyptych of the Danube school dating from 1440, probably painted by the Master of San Sigismondo, a well-known late Gothic painter. Close

San Vigilio di Marebbe

Nestled between the Dolomite groups of the Fanes-Senes-Braies Nature Park and the Puez-Odle Nature Park lies San Vigilio di Marebbe.

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It is the perfect destination for every season: from summer trekking, or for the more adventurous the vie ferrate, to snowshoeing and winter skiing on the Plan de Corones. You can discover Ladin culture by visiting the ‘Valle dei Mulini’ or the ‘Museum Ladin’, or stroll through the ‘Val dl’Ert’, an open-air exhibition space of works of art. And then wander among the mountain farms amidst the flavours and aromas of the local dairy tradition and alpine herb infusions.

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San Giacomo in Valle Aurina

St. Jakob is located in the Ahrntal valley, at an altitude of 1,200 metres. This unspoilt valley in South Tyrol is one of the most authentic and genuine.

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The Ahrntal valley is surrounded by more than 80 high mountains, reaching up to 3,000 metres and forming a unique landscape. On walks and hikes, one can enjoy authentic tranquillity. Furthermore, in winter, the ski centres of Speikboden and Klausberg are only a stone’s throw away. Another characteristic of St. Jakob is undoubtedly the local handicraft, and specifically wood carving; local artists have managed to keep the tradition of mask carving alive to the present day, and a splendid tradition of these can be admired in the Sculpture Garden.

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Senale-San Felice

Located in the enchanting Alta Val di Non, the small municipality of Senale-San Felice is a destination reached by those who wish to immerse themselves in the beauty of nature, between a slow walk to Lake Tret, an excursion to discover the San Felice waterfalls and pilgrimages to the Gothic sanctuary.

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And again, the rolling hills and larch forests of Senale-San Felice make the small South Tyrolean village ideal to visit in any season of the year, enjoying suggestive landscapes and breathtaking views from the Mendel Coast, or along the Maddalene mountain group. In winter, on the other hand, the Senale-San Felice area turns into a true paradise for mountain lovers and outdoor activities, such as snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

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Maranza

Maranza, also known as Meransen in German, is a lovely village in the province of Bozen in the South Tyrolean region of South Tyrol.

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Nestled in the Alps, it is located on a sunny plateau at an altitude of about 1400 metres above sea level. Its location offers spectacular views of the surrounding Dolomite peaks and the valleys below, creating a breathtaking setting in both summer and winter. In summer, visitors can enjoy scenic hikes along well-marked trails through fragrant fir forests and alpine meadows dotted with wildflowers as well as mountain biking, climbing and paragliding. During the winter months, Maranza turns into a winter sports paradise: the location is part of the Gitschberg Jochtal ski area, which offers a vast network of perfectly groomed ski slopes suitable for skiers of all levels, as well as cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and tobogganing. Maranza welcomes its guests with warm Tyrolean hospitality and a wide range of accommodation, ranging from cosy mountain huts to luxurious five-star hotels, guaranteeing an unforgettable stay in this enchanting Alpine landscape.

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Malles Venosta

Malles Venosta, also known as Mals im Vinschgau in German, is a picturesque town located in the Venosta Valley in the province of Bolzano in the South Tyrolean region of South Tyrol.

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In summer, Malles Venosta attracts nature lovers and outdoor sports enthusiasts with its network of hiking and biking trails, which stretch through forests, alpine meadows and mountain pastures. Visitors can hike along the numerous marked trails, climb rocks, go mountain biking or simply relax in the midst of unspoilt nature. During the winter months, Malles Venosta becomes a winter sports paradise, thanks to its proximity to the renowned ski resorts in the Upper Vinschgau, such as Solda and Trafoi. Skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts can brave the perfectly groomed slopes and immerse themselves in the enchanting atmosphere of the snow-covered mountains. The historical and cultural heritage, as evidenced by its ancient castles, Romanesque churches and charming medieval villages, can help visitors discovering the medieval history, exploring the 13th century Churburg castle, admiring the frescoes in the local churches and strolling through the cobbled streets of the old town.

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