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Holidays in South Tyrol: an unforgettable experience

South Tyrol offers ideal conditions for all kinds of fun, sport and leisure activities. In the immediate vicinity of our 3-star hotel you will find numerous sports facilities. From free climbing gardens, paragliding, mountain bike routes to rafting trips, all action lovers young and old will get their money's worth.

The surrounding tennis courts are worth more than just one serve. In the sports zone of Tscherms, just a 2-minute walk away, there is a tennis court operator with well-prepared courts where every tennis player feels very comfortable with food and drink. There are also covered courts in the Lanarena, which can be easily reached by car in just 5 minutes.

Starting directly from our local mountain, the Vigiljoch, the first thrill awaits. A tandem flight with a paraglider is a highlight for every holidaymaker in South Tyrol. The flight instructor, a good friend of the house, will be happy to come round for a preliminary talk and bring every adventurer safely back to the ground.

For all golf lovers, there is a mini golf course and a beautiful large 9-hole golf course in the neighbouring village of Lana. The high ropes course in Terlan is particularly popular. Just 10 minutes by car from our house, the impressive climbing course towers above the treetops. It requires skill and courage and boosts the self-confidence of young and young at heart.

Holidays in South Tyrol: an unforgettable experience

Hiking holiday in South Tyrol

The Valtnaungut is an ideal starting point for many walking and hiking trails. Whether on foot, by bus or in your own car, you can reach the most beautiful hiking destinations and romantic Alpine huts in Merano and Environs in no time at all. For all pleasure hikers who want to get to know the nature of South Tyrol in a relaxed way and without great effort, there is a variety of sunny Waalwege

For hiking enthusiasts who want to go a little higher, there is also a wide range of hiking options in the immediate vicinity. First and foremost our local mountain, the Vigiljoch, which you can easily reach by cable car. Car-free, a peaceful atmosphere, picturesque hiking trails, fantastic views as far as the Dolomites and a small mountain lake are just some of the many highlights of a day hike at 1800 metres above sea level.

Holidays in South Tyrol: an unforgettable experience

Why don't you start your exploration tour with the Marlinger Waalweg?

After a short ascent, you will reach an idyllic, flat path surrounded by orchards and vineyards at an altitude of around 450 metres. With a 360 °C panorama over the entire Adige Valley, from Merano to Bolzano, every South Tyrolean "newcomer" gets a first impression of the diversity of our landscape. Along the 13 km long Waalweg trail, numerous typical wine taverns and inns invite you to linger. This makes the longest of our South Tyrolean Waalwege ideal for families, walkers and the first hiking attempts of future summiteers.

On the opposite side of our valley basin above Algund, there is a no less well-known Waalweg trail from Algund to Gratsch to the little church of St. Magdalena. This idyllically situated "Algunder Waalweg" gives hikers typical insights into the South Tyrolean cultural landscape with its richly hung vines and red-cheeked apples, which enchant everyone in the golden autumn season. Immediately afterwards, the famous Tappeiner Promenade with its Mediterranean plants leads right into the heart of the spa town of Merano/Meran.

Holidays in South Tyrol: an unforgettable experience

Scena - Val d'Ultimo - Val Passiria

You can reach the famous holiday village of Scena with its Verdinser-Schenner Waalweg trail in no time at all. Starting from Schenna village, you can walk past the romantic castle along an old footpath past traditional farmsteads and over ingenious stone steps and "cat ladders" to St. Georgen. An unforgettable walk for young and old.

Another must for all guests is the most unspoilt valley in South Tyrol, the Val d'Ultimo. Time seems to stand still in the picturesque villages named after saints. Discover a special flair on the farmstead hike along old farmsteads with traditional shingle roofs, through blooming Alpine meadows with rushing streams and listen to the sound of Alpine bells over meadows and forests. The highlight of this circular hike is the magnificent Urlerchern, the oldest trees in Europe. Experience natural history up close as a couple or with the whole family.

Off into the Val Passiria, to the highest point in the Santal Alps, the Hirzer at 2781 metres. The Hirzer cable car takes you to the famous hiking area, which is particularly attractive when the alpine roses are in bloom. The tour leads over the Hönigspitze to the Obere Scharte with easy climbs up to the Hirzer. You can enjoy a panoramic view of the entire Sarntal Alps, the Merano basin, the Texel Group and the Vinschgau Valley, as well as the Dolomites and the South Tyrolean lowlands.

Holidays in South Tyrol: an unforgettable experience

Holidays for hiking enthusiasts

If you are travelling with kids who enjoy hiking, the tour to the "Stoanernen Mandln" is an attractive destination for the whole family. Via the panoramic road along the Tschöggelberg, you reach the starting point at the "Jenesier Jöchl" in the Sarntal Alps. After a 2-hour hike of moderate difficulty, you reach a summit plateau that is littered with little stone men. In this almost magical atmosphere, you will be tempted to immortalise yourself with your own so-called "Stoanernen Mandl" in this wonderful place.

The Merano region offers exciting mountain peaks, unforgettable summit crosses and breathtaking panoramic views at altitudes of up to 3,500 metres for all demanding climbers and summiteers. The direct view of Merano's local mountain "Ifinger" from our sun terrace is an attraction for every mountaineer right from the breakfast table. The 2581m high summit can be reached via the Merano 2000 valley station with the newly built cable car. After a challenging hike, first across alpine meadows, then along rocky paths and along a via ferrata secured by ropes, you finally reach the eagerly awaited summit. All the effort and exertion is forgotten with the wonderful view from the summit cross.

For all those who want to climb the South Tyrolean mountains, the Laugenspitze at 2434 metres should also be included in the summit collection. It can be reached via the well-known mountain route to the Gampen Pass. From there, you can walk to the Laugenalm on foot along a gravel path. A mountain path also leads to the Laugensee lake and then over a rocky ridge lined with wooden steps directly to the summit. After a hearty sip of summit schnapps, which is a must, you can immortalise yourself in the summit book.

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