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If you are looking for a small hotel in South Tyrol, you will find it in the equally small towns: While Ortisei in Val Gardena is famous for traditional wood carving, Schenna is known as a rural village situated high on a sunny hill with a fantastic panoramic view. Bruneck in the Pustertal Valley shines with a lovely Old Town where you can spend your day shopping and relaxing in a café. The small hotels in the region are among the best and welcome guests in a familiar atmosphere - friendly, cordial and with love for detail.

Small Hotels South Tyrol

In the South Tyrolean country it is not difficult to find small hotels, because the province in Northern Italy is one of the most visited regions in the Alpine region. South Tyrol - this is above all the fascinating mountain world of the Three Peaks, the Ortler Group and the Catinaccio. No wonder that South Tyrol is one of the favourites for a holiday in the middle of nature and during the winter season. Every year, numerous guests come to the region for hiking and skiing to get an idea of the beauty of Northern Italy. Those who find the mountains too lonely will find a little city flair in Bolzano and Merano. In small hotels you can spend the night perfectly in different places. These are often family-run and are usually cosy and comfortably furnished - the ideal starting point for exploring the beautiful landscape and towns of South Tyrol.

Small hotels in South Tyrol: The most important regions & places at a glance

Popular places and sights in South Tyrol: Trauttmannsdorff Castle, the old town of Merano & the Three Peaks

© Hotel Lärchenhof In South Tyrol, it is not only the charming small hotels that impress - the Italian region captivates visitors with its beautiful natural landscape, historical architecture and quaint small towns. Those interested in culture feel as much at home in the northern Italian province as nature lovers. Among the highlights are definitely the gardens of Trauttmannsdorff Castle in the city of Merano. The castle has medieval origins, was later extended in neo-Gothic style and since 2001 has been adorned with the surrounding Botanical Garden. A visit to the gardens can be combined with a day in the old town of Merano: Medieval architecture, small beautiful cafés, authentic restaurants and a little shopping in the Meraner Lauben - a well-known shopping street in the old town. Especially famous is the St. Nikolaus Church on the Pfarrplatz. It dates from the 13th century and is one of the cultural monuments of Merano. The city of Bozen is also culturally interesting. With the Runkelstein Castle, Maretsch Castle, the Archaeological Museum, the Old Town and the famous Walther Square there is a lot to discover in Bolzano. But South Tyrol does not only shine with historical sights, the natural features of the surrounding area are also spectacular: the Three Peaks in the nature park of the same name, the earth pyramids in Ritten and Lake Kaltern with its blue-green shimmering appearance are the pride and joy of South Tyrol and show the most beautiful sides of South Tyrolean nature in addition to the impressive Alpine landscape.

Nature and outdoor activities in South Tyrol: mountain biking, hiking tours & skiing

Nature and the Alps are right at the doorstep of small hotels in South Tyrol. The possibilities for sports and outdoor activities are almost unlimited. How about a hiking tour on the Leiferer Höhenweg or mountain biking in the Schlern Nature Park, for example? While some outdoor activities are practically suitable for everyone, others are only suitable for experienced athletes: climbing and mountaineering in the area of the Three Peaks or the Geisler Peaks is the order of the day in South Tyrol and is loved and lived by enthusiastic climbers. Depending on season and time of year, different activities are of course possible. It is of course not surprising that the winter season in South Tyrol enjoys a very special status. The Dolomites and their fantastic ski areas attract all winter sports fans to the area during the cold months. Ski resorts such as Sulden am Ortler and Val Gardena are in great demand. The Ski Hotels on site are perfectly suited to the passionate winter sports enthusiasts, while the guests can enjoy the fantastic alpine landscape.

Wellness in South Tyrol: Relaxation spas & the South Tyrolean mountain air

In the small hotels in South Tyrol the atmosphere is cosy, familiar, nice and comfortable. Where else could one better recharge one’s batteries than in a homely place with the dreamlike alpine landscape at the door - the pure mountain air in South Tyrol alone is extremely health-promoting and the positive effects on body and soul have been proven. It therefore stands to reason that many people come to the province in northern Italy to relax and switch off from everyday life. Whether in a small hotel or a designated Spa Hotels - in South Tyrol, time out is sure to be a successful relaxation holiday. Merano Thermal Baths in the town of the same name, which is also officially recognised as a health resort, is very well known. The thermal baths leave nothing to be desired for those seeking relaxation: From beautiful thermal landscapes and pools with indoor and outdoor areas to steam baths and various massages, guests of Terme Merano can try out everything and discover what is right and most effective for promoting relaxation and health.

Culinary delights in South Tyrol: Excellent wines of the region & wineries including tasting

Italy is known for its excellent wines. In your own small hotel in South Tyrol you can certainly get one or anther top wine from the region - but you can also go on a discovery tour and plan an excursion to the most beautiful wineries in South Tyrol. In the north of Italy, international classics such as Merlot, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon are produced, but also regional wines such as Vernatsch and Lagrein. Both red wines originate from South Tyrol and are often offered at wine tastings to emphasize the regionality and special characteristics of South Tyrol. There are several wineries in the province, but many wines are also produced in cooperatively managed cellars. Among the best known are the Terlan and Tramin wineries, the Manincor winery in Kaltern and the Köfererhof winery.

South Tyrol: Favorite Places

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