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    Experience South Tyrol - it's unforgettable!

    Don't miss the diverse range of experiences of South Tyrol! Enjoy sporting activities, discover the rich culture and visit diverse events in Alpine and Mediterranean locations. Whether young or old, everyone will find something suitable. To help you decide, we present our suggestions for an unforgettable holiday in South Tyrol. Experience the diversity!

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    Ski schools
    Skischool Seiser Alm
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    Dear sports friends!

     

    The highest high­alpine pasture in Europe and the Seiseralm Ski School constitute an extraordinary combination: this is the place where the fascination of a very attractive ski resort and a ski school, which always aims to top the highest demands, converge. We set standards, which are as special as Seiseralm itself.

    More than 80 perfectly trained winter sports instructors personally look after your learning progress and wellbeing. From skiing, cross­country skiing and snowboarding to adventures like ski tours or snow­shoe hikes... we offer a large spectrum of possibilities, and we guarantee individual programmes, the maximum of safety and great pleasures. Our ski school has always been and will remain extraordinary: founded in 1957, the Seiseralm Ski School is now amongst the biggest.  During our group courses, private lessons or the Area Check you can get to know the fascination of our ski resort together with us ­ so we continue to offer what the Seiser Alm pasture gives us every day: the joy to fully enjoy a very special ski resort.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Church St. Valentin
    Tramin an der Weinstraße/Termeno sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    Church near the graveyard. If you like to visit the church, you get the key in the Tourist Office - we need a deposit.

    Ski schools
    Skischool Schlern 3000
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    Dear winter sport enthusiasts, welcome to the big network of world- class slopes extending through the vast Seiser Alm, a paradise for winter sport enthusiasts under the azure sky of Südtirol.

    With many years of experience in the field of winter sports, we can help you with learning modern techniques and to keep up with the latest trends.



    We offer group courses for every discipline, private lessons for every discipline, Skisafaris and a unique culinary- ski day.

    Churches & Monasteries
    St. Bartholomew Church of Nafen (13th century)
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal

    The St. Bartholomew Church of Nafen was mentioned in 1307 for the first time and the building in late Gothic style was built in 1489. The frescoes inside the church date back to the 15th to 17th century. The winged altarpiece from the 16th century is exceptional. Because of the illustration of the “Holy Face” at the back of the altar, the church was a pilgrimage site for dental patients for a long time.

    Ski schools
    Ski and snowboard school La Villa
    Badia, Dolomites Region Alta Badia

    The teachers of the National Ski School of La Villa welcome the guests. Everyone who intends to practice the wonderful ski-sport is invited to come and see us.

    The courses are perfectly successful because of the modern learning sistems of the school, wich are always up to date and because of the perfect training of the teachers, who will always be to the disposal of beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers.

    The direction of our school is in the centre of La Villa, famous winter resort and modern skiing centre of the Alta Badia, wich offers a warm welcome to all guests because of the kindness of its inhabitants and besides this it offers every possible service being part of the Dolomiti Superski, the largest skiing complex of the world.

    The Ski School of La Villa offers the service of the ski nursery school Skiminiclub. Children from the age of 2 onwards are looked after by specialized trainers from 09.30 to 16.30. Lunch is included.

    Choose among the latest models of skis and snowboards or let the staff of our SKI HIRE SERVICE take care of your equipment.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Church of St. Magdalene (15th century)
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal

    The church of St. Magdalene was first mentioned in 1394. The present-day late Gothic building dates back to 1492 and the interior is characterised by baroque elements. The paintings by the Ladin artist Johann M. Pescoller in the choir vault from 1928 are well worth seeing.

    Important information on arrival:
    The access road to the church is closed for cars (gate) and only accessible to residents. It is best to park at the "Putzen" car park shortly after the village St. Magdalena and walk to the church (approx. 30 min.).

    Culture & Attractions
    Gadertal Health and Social Services Facility
    San Martin /San Martino, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    The modern architecture of this free-standing building integrates well into the landscape. The three-part extension breaks up the mass of the building, creating a well-balanced link to the connecting older buildings. Between the seemingly closed office blocks with their wooden facades lies the glazed middle section of the three-part complex, which houses a spacious central entrance hall. The public service function of the building is thus emphasized, and the different departments are well connected by an extravagant stairway. Natural wood is the main material, which is deliberately set against color and white plaster.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Church Hl. Mauritius in Sella
    Tramin an der Weinstraße/Termeno sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    To the north of Rechtenthal Castle lies the hamlet Söll whose church is dedicatet to St. Mauritius. The steeple with its paired round arch windows and its brick-built pyramidal roof dates back as far as the 13th century, whereas the church nave and décor are basically realized in Gothic style. Of particular interest is a fresco, unfortunately seriously damaged, depicting the church's patron saint in a cavalry battle. The same patron also features as the central charakter in the winged altarpiece. When leaving the church, you will notice an inscription on the outer wall, just above the small rectangular window. Written in Gothic minuscules it tells that the south annex of the sacred building was wewcted later, in 1470. Just below the church you can see a building that is architecturally very interesting. Its structure is well-proportioned and the elegant wrought iron window grilles aforning the upper floor bear witness of the centuries-old craftsmanship that was at work here. A little further uphill from the church another architectual gem is hiding: here you will come across a group of two or three picturesque old farmhouses, and on the archway of one of these you can still read the initials of one of its formers owners who perpetuated his name back in 1684.

    The left nave is Romanesque. The high altar was built around 1520. The left side nave is Gothic. The altar there contains picture panels of Adam and Eve, probably from Bartlmä Dill Riemenschneider.

    Culture & Attractions
    Brunner House, Lampelehof
    Natz-Schabs/Naz-Sciaves, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The Neustift vineyards have distinctive long, dry stone walls. There is a group of three-family houses that rises up out of these stone walls. The wooden construction of the larger building rests on a ground floor made of stone work; the smaller building is an all-wooden structure sitting on terraces built from dry stone walls. An open expanse of garden stretches between them with a naturally formed pond. The slanting exterior walls that rise up, covered in wooden slat, are designed to protect the facade from driving rain. Windows are cut deep into this slanting wall, forming loggias. The interior reveals an unusual, imaginative sequence of rooms with white and partially colorful walls, and many wooden structures. The construction manager covers the heating requirements of both houses with waste wood from his carpentry business.

    Culture & Attractions
    Village Square and Music Pavilion
    St.Martin in Passeier/San Martino in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    Together with planners, the inhabitants of St. Martin have developed the center of the village within the context of a participative program, in order to strengthen the unity of the community. A good reason to accept a style of architecture which has village elements to it, such as the shape of the roof and house as well as the natural stone and untreated pinewood, yet which incorporates a non-regional specific design which is in keeping with the times. Modern details, touches of color and scale changes in the proportion were very consciously incorporated into the new shapes of the village center, in order to document the new community life with contemporary architecture. The structural mass is mainly underground, skillfully built into the sloping plot of land, and the stage areas, suitable for various uses, open up so broadly onto the village that no one can feel any claustrophobia or fear at entering this building.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Parish church of Teis (1890)
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal

    Already in the 13th century, there was a St. Mary’s church at Teis which, however, was destroyed by the heavy earthquake in 1471. The present-day neo-Gothic nave was completed in 1890 and consecrated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The bell tower dates back to around 1500 and the great bell was cast at Innsbruck in 1734.

    Culture & Attractions
    Prettau Kindergarten and Library
    Prettau/Predoi, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    A new structure for a kindergarten, library and cafeteria was built to replace the dilapidated kindergarten. The compact, plastered masonry fits in with the character of a small village in terms of scale, volumes, roof shape and materials used. Deep recesses and an array of window shapes, with offsetting, show that good modern architecture can be created out of conservative structures. Box windows in various sizes illuminate the interiors. In the kindergarten area, the windows are designed in such a way that their deep embrasures can be used by children as benches to relax and play inside the building. This architecture is convincing in its simplicity, with carefully considered modern details.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Church S. Ulrico at Plaus
    Plaus/Plaus, Meran/Merano and environs
    The Church of St. Ulrich was mentioned in the archives as far back as 1164 and only its large Romanesque bell tower survived a devastating fire in 1400. The church was rebuilt in Gothic style
    and consecrated in 1403. The two Baroque-era paintings by the famous Vinschgau Valley painter, Simon Ybertracher (1694 – 1772), are well worth seeing. The new Church of St. Monika was built next to the old St. Ulrich Parish Church, and is open to visitors during the day.
    Places to See
    The church of St. John of Nepomuk in Ranui
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal

    The tiny church founded in 1744 by the mine owner, Michael von Jenner, is nestled in extraordinary countryside. The altar paintings by Franz Sebald Unterberger from the Fleim Valley are particullary noteworthy. The church is privately owned and the access is subject to a fee.
    However, the church remains closed. 

    Please do not enter the meadows surrounded by fence.

    Places to See
    The trenches of Teis
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal
    Around the village of Teis, from the bottom of the Villnöss valley to the Haube mountain at 1260 m above sea level, you can find a line of partly uncovered and partly hidden trenches, shelters and caverns. These are the remains of the extensive fortifications built as part of the “Barricade of Klausen/Chiusa” at the beginning of the First World War. Over the course of the last century, the trenches have been partly destroyed by human activities and partly reclaimed by nature. A group of locals has taken on the task of investigating the history of these fortifications more closely, preserving them and making them accessible to the public.
    Churches & Monasteries
    Parish church of St. Peter and Paul (1801)
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal

    The parish church of St. Peter was built according to the plans by Matthäus Wachter in the 18th century and was dedicated to the saints Peter and Paul. The late baroque frescoes were painted by Joseph Schöpf, one of the most eminent painters of Tyrol. The bell tower dates back to the year 1897.

    Forts & Castles
    Castle Hochnaturns
    Naturns/Naturno, Meran/Merano and environs

    Castle Hochnaturns is located above from the village Naturno/Naturns. The Roman Tower has been changed in Mediaeval style and in the middle of the 13th century the “Oswald Tower” has been established and named after Oswald von Naturns, who was a knight of the Teutonic Order. From then on, the castle was the principle residence of the Lords of Naturns (Naturno). After various owners, Castel Hochnaturns had its prime in the 16th century has been equipped with various items such as wood ceilings or tilted stove. Then came a period of decay until Franz Ritter von Goldegg had the castle restored in the 19th century. As the complex has been changed into a hotel, its original shape can only be guessed. The castle was designated a historic monument in 1950. Today, Castel Hochnaturns is in private ownership and cannot be visited.

    Culture & Attractions
    Kasern Information Center
    Prettau/Predoi, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    The information center for hikers who wish to begin from the start of the Riesenferner Ahrn Natural Park, is situated at the point where the road ends in the Ahrn Valley. The glass rear wall allows hikers to decide their goal from this point, as though on a huge T.V. screen. The ground floor, flat roofed building is built entirely of plain wood: vertical wooden slats cover the exterior and on the inside well placed windows and doors as well as a wooden counter dominate the room, which then leads down three steps to the panoramic window, flanked by floor to ceiling photographs of the glacial area. The lower floor is a light exposed concrete room in which black display cases contain information about the history of building in the mountains in the Ahrn Valley. A pleasant, simple building.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Church St. Nikolaus a Tablà
    Naturns/Naturno, Meran/Merano and environs

    Saint Nikolaus was bishop of Myra in the 4th century. He is valued as the Patron of the travelers and the hikers. The church is being mentioned the first time in the year 1369. The walls and the tower, however, seem to be built during the roman time. The choir and the portal have been built during the late gothic period (1493). Later on the church has been changed into the typical style of the baroque era. In 1899 a huge fire destructed most of the church, but has been rebuilt. The most precious piece in the church is the late-gothic Altar, probably deriving from the house of Hans Schnatterpeck.

    Ski schools
    Ski and snowboard school Dolomites
    Badia, Dolomites Region Alta Badia

    Ski & Snowboard School Dolomites offers great ski lessons in Alta Badia in four different locations: La Villa, San Cassiano, Armentarola and Piz La Ila.
    What are our strengths? A love of the mountains, a passion for skiing, our professionalism and courtesy! These qualities are the reasons why we were awarded 5 crystal certification; maximum recognition for the quality of the teaching at our ski school in Alto Adige. Come and experience unique emotions with our ski lessons in the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Chapel St. Michael at Pizack
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal

    The unique tabernacle is particularly interesting: the Cross is made from a grapevine. The key can be collected at the nearby Gasthof Lamm.

    Ski schools
    Ski and snowboard school San Cassiano
    Badia, Dolomites Region Alta Badia

    We are glad to welcome all winter sports friends in our offices.

    If you want to learn skiing or snowboarding or if you want to improve your technique please apply to our ski school with its 35 ski instructors; they all have a lot of experience and know the current teaching methods. We teach: skiing, snowboard, telemark, slalom, carving, ...

    Culture & Attractions
    Tramin Winery
    Tramin an der Weinstraße/Termeno sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    Business carried on as usual during the building and conversion work, which succeeded in transforming the high expectations placed on wine production into an architectural form. A symbol of urban development was simultaneously designed as part of the entranceway. Sections of the pre-existing building were flanked by the wings of the new buildings, making for an impressive welcome at the winery. This means that the delivery area and customer reception are completely separated by a story. The architecture of the new buildings seems to have grown out of the vineyard landscape − the design of the facade, with its steel construction and glass surfaces takes the form of the vineyards in a symbolic connection between the sloping vineyards and the winery. Inside is a light, spacious area constructed from wood and glass, while in the cellar bright colors have been employed.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Curch S. Monica a Plaus
    Plaus/Plaus, Meran/Merano and environs
    Less than two years under construction, a new church was consecrated
    by Bishop Ivo Muser on 27th August 2017, to coincide with St. Monika’s
    Day. The new church follows a very simple layout. After literally crossing
    through an oversized marble cross at the entrance, the first thing you see
    is a coloured light falling on the altar through the dome. The new church is
    well worth a visit.
    Churches & Monasteries
    Dance of Death at Plaus
    Plaus/Plaus, Meran/Merano and environs

    In the village centre the picturesque parish church is witness to a pious past. Its tower is typical of the Roman Age. The foundation of the parish, according to local lore, dates back to Charles the Great. The church is surrounded by modern artwork. In the graveyard, the Vinschgau artist Luis Stefan Stecher immortalised himself a few years ago in 18 paintings, the "Dance of the Dead" frescoes. The illustrations, of great artistic significance, depict the farming traditions and character of the region, and draw our attention to social outcasts and to our eternal accompaniment, Death.

    Lakes, cascades
    Lake "Mesner Låcke"
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal

    The artificial pond at Teis is ideal for relaxing. It is situated amidst meadows and a circular trail (suitable for baby carriages and wheelchairs) will take you around this pond. Benches and a fountain with drinking water invite to take a rest and boulders on the eastern side of the pond stand witness to the area's geological history.

    Culture & Attractions
    Old Parsonage in Prettau
    Prettau/Predoi, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    The parsonage was built contemporaneously with the late Gothic church in Prettau and was subsequently operated as a farm, with stable and barn. It was to undergo a conversion into a private house. Special sensitivity was required in the conversion due to the restrictions related to it being a heritage-listed building. The architects managed to clearly identify the historical building’s structure yet simultaneously reflect our contemporary era through the spare use of modern details. This is especially true for the newly timbered barn: it was elegantly redesigned for residential purposes, with an open fireplace, skylights and untreated wood floors, it yet retained its old atmosphere despite this repurposing. In the old building both the stairs and the brick arches in the cellar were conserved, as was the sooty former Selchkuchl (smokehouse), which took on a new function as a work space.

    Ski schools
    Ski and snowboard school Badia Pedraces
    Badia, Dolomites Region Alta Badia

    Welcome in our Ski & snowboard school in Pedraces, where friendly ski teacher will teach to you and your kids to ski and surf the snow.

    Expertise, safety and helpfulness are guaranteed. Since a long time we take care of our guests, adults and kids, offering different courses of ski and snowboard, all to join together or privately.

    Culture & Attractions
    Hofstätter Winery
    Tramin an der Weinstraße/Termeno sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    The sedate building on the village square, next to the church, is the headquarters of the winery, the barrel storage and technical rooms were extended into the space between the Gothic church tower and the old building. In order to save space, they decided on a wood-planked tower. Its wide, overhanging flat roof incorporates the first cornice of the church tower, just a few meters away, and the height of the old building’s eaves. The winery tower is thus well integrated. Because wood was chosen as the material and it has a similarly warm tone to the sandstone of the church tower, the two towers do not compete with one another. The strip of windows in the meeting space under the roof of the tower makes reference to the Gothic truss frame of the church tower. The barrel cellar is a structure with concrete supports, fitted with exposed bricks. Both the cellar and the stairwell are pervaded with artistically defined color schemes.

    Culture & Attractions
    Garden Pavilion: le verre capricieux
    Tramin an der Weinstraße/Termeno sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    The Walch Winery is housed in a former Jesuit monastery, with neighboring buildings. For the reception and tasting areas, a garden pavilion was planned at what was likely the most difficult spot in the park: it was built at the top of the junction in the village street that runs down from the town hall square. From there, one can see only the drywall of the boundary, and a curved white roof as an “extension” of the wall covering. Through three slots in the masonry, one can see the park with its huge trees. But one also sees the floor-to-ceiling glass facade of the elegant pavilions under the overhanging roof edge in the garden courtyard, contained by the wall. In the narrow interior space, wooden fixtures with a breakfast bar and a curtain wall are located in front of the side rooms. On it, the bottles are exhibited horizontally. An inviting ensemble with service in the park.

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