In South Tyrol we don't want to value anything too lightly. That's why we are responsible for our quality of life, nature, and unique products. We are driven to think outside the box and are eager to pave the way for innovation. With the passion lying in every one of us, it has all come true - because we love what we do and we do what we love.
Try it for yourself. In every experience, product and casual encounter.
We'd like to show you how we live our life and culture. A culture that has long been shaped by German, Italian and Ladin influences. You'll get closer to South Tyrol in the blink of an eye.
Convivial, historic, in the mountains or in a wellness hotel with a sauna and infinity pool. Find the best accommodation.
Draw inspiration from your stay in South Tyrol. You'll have a wide choice: quiet and active moments, winding alleys and sunny mountain slopes, products to taste and tranquil corners where to rest.
The days are getting shorter but are no less beautiful. Nature has given its all, the air is cooler and the sun is still warm. Now is the time to enjoy.
Have you yet to experience the colours of South Tyrol in autumn? We love this time: at no other time of year is the sun lower, the light softer and the outlines more vivid.
Now we go hiking and biking again through the colourful forests and green meadows, now we often share Waalwege canal trails, paths, summit crosses and refuges with just the locals. Treats are served up in the farmhouse taverns as part of "Törggelen", the South Tyrolean harvest tradition: chestnuts, apples, Speck smoked ham, Alpine cheese, new wines and fresh vegetables from the meadows. The autumn ambience is opulent.
A brother and his sister with a passion for wine, a star chef and an apple paper inventor. What are the sources of motivation South Tyroleans tapped into?
At the Röckhof in Eisacktal, a brother and his sister want to work more with nature. On their parents' vineyard in Villanders/Villandro, they produce natural wines without frills. Pithy and long-lasting. A generational turnover that epitomizes a long-lasting transformation.
Hannes Parth is a paper designer. Like Norbert Niederkofler, Hannes could reach his goal thanks to his perseverance and firm belief in his idea. With his apple paper and apple leather, both produced from apple leftovers, he stands for a sustainable future in South Tyrol.