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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!

    Churches & Monasteries
    Chapel of St. Helena
    Deutschnofen/Nova Ponente, Dolomites Region Eggental
    The Chapel of St. Helena is particularly impressive on account of its rich frescoes, a major work of the Bolzano school of painting from around 1400. Art historians state that these are closely related to the murals in the Parish Church of Terlano and the Church of St. Catherine in Aica by Fiè. The Niederthor crest on the triumphal arch strongly suggests that the painting of St. Helena – like that in Terlan – was commissioned by the noble Niederthor family. Concealed behind paint for a long time, the coat of arms was once more revealed in 1885 and fully restored in 1938.
    The outer walls feature images of St. Helena, St. Christopher and a crucifixion group on the façade, while on the south wall towards the apse there are representations of Mary with the infant Jesus and the three Holy Virgins, Catherine, Barbara and Margaret.
    Inside the church, vaulted frescoes in the nave show the four evangelists with their respective symbols, each with an excerpt from his gospel. In the apse Christ appears enthroned as judge, surrounded by the symbols of the evangelists. The series of the twelve apostles below was partially destroyed during a subsequent extension of the windows. The triumphal arch points in the direction of the nave to the story of Cain and Abel, while the intrados depicts scenes from the Creation. The side walls of the nave feature images from the life of the Mother of God and Jesus’s childhood: the Annunciation, the Visit of Mary to Elisabeth, Mary and Joseph, the Adoration of the Magi, the Presentation at the Temple and the Flight into Egypt. On the west wall opposite the altar are St. Helena, St. Sebastian, a proclamation and the Bishops Ulrich and Wolfgang.
    The church is Romanesque in its basic features and probably goes back to the 12th century. The small, rough stone relief to the far right of the façade dates from the 14th century. In 1410 the church was re-consecrated following completion of the painting. In 1500 the tower was given its wide pointed-arch window; the deeper-lying, coupled round-arched windows were bricked up. The altar structure dates back to the first half of the 17th century; the altarpiece is signed “J. G. Plazer 1723”.
    The Church of St. Helena stands, according to legend, on silver ore. An ancient tradition tells of mining activities in the immediate vicinity of the church: G. Innerebner lists the church hill below the prehistoric settlements as a probable place of worship and orientation.
    A detailed description and interpretation of the frescoes appears in the colour guide “St. Helena near Nova Ponente” SB 21 (M. Frei).
    Churches & Monasteries
    Maria Trens Pilgrimage Church
    Freienfeld/Campo di Trens, Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    The church was constructed in 1498 in the late Gothic style and represents the second most important pilgrimage location in the South Tyrol after Maria Weißenstein. The picture of grace (a wooden sculpture of a standing Madonna with child) dates back to 1470. Of particular historical and artistic interest are the numerous carved tablets as well as a painting depicting the transfer of the picture of grace into the new chapel. Open all day.

    Sport Climbing
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs
    The Spiderpark is a new adventure ground in Pfelders/Plan comprising 4 climbing courses of up to 18 m high. These range from easy to medium-hard across a length of 85 m, for an exciting experience in a unique, natural mountain setting. Alex and Patrick are experienced operators, specialising in various climbing courses – spanning children to members of mountain rescue-teams. After all, safety is what it’s all about! For an adrenaline pumping rush, try soaring 40 m above the Pfelderer Bach torrent on one of the four zip-lines!
    Culture & Attractions
    Winery Garlider
    Feldthurns/Velturno, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The building consists of lightweight walls, which are lined with rough chestnut wood slats and girded by retaining walls and ceilings made of exposed concrete. The concrete slabs, formed using coarse plywood formwork, were skilfully embedded into the terrain so that the building is harmoniously nestled into the steep slope. The rooms for filling, packaging and maturation are located completely underground, which has an added advantageous cooling effect. The tasting and sales room is glazed floor to ceiling and the chestnut wood battens in front of the window provide a visible filter. Natural materials, such as clay plaster, black plate, slate floor and oiled wood, characterise the room. The sparse furnishings with bar tables and a service line help to keep the focus on the essentials - the wines. Light shines diffusely from above, yet into the room in a targeted manner. From the tasting room, small peepholes offer an insight into the "holy of holies," the vintage cellar. Here the best wines are matured and skilfully presented. The considerate care for the landscape and the selected natural materials also reflect Garlider's philosophy in the production of organic wines.

    Stone Labyrinth Circular Tour in Pfelders/Plan
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    A good place to relax, the new Stone Labyrinth is located by the Grünboden mountain station. It is fashioned as a short circular tour and was built using exclusively natural materials. Attractions include a pond, a spring-water fountain and a series of vantage points. A good choice even with uninspiring weather, the labyrinth offers the chance to take cover under a rock and enjoy the sound of the rain.

    With its variety of tree species and a series of informative panels documenting the avalanches of the 19th and 20th century, the Stone Labyrinth scores high with nature fans and history lovers and can be reached via the panoramic footpath!

    Culture & Attractions
    Meran Burggräfler Winery
    Marling/Marlengo, Meran/Merano and environs

    After the Burggräfler Winery merged with Meran's winery, it gave up its base, the former building of the Burggräfler Winery on the outskirts of Marling was converted and extended. The facade of the old winery building became a solid wall with remnants of the previous design left on it, behind which the cellar rooms stretched back deep into the mountainside. The cellar rooms are practically separated by the wall from the management's rooms fronted by glass paneling and the tasting room for customers. The cellar rooms can be accessed at ground level on the highest side of the sloping property near the car park. The huge concrete construction of the cellars bear the weight of the pavilion made of light steel and decorated solely in dark wood furnishing. These slightly tinted and offset glass elements provide a splendid view of the Etsch Valley.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Church "St. Karpophorus"
    Latsch/Laces, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    St. Karpophorus Church in Tarres was taken over between 1212-1214 as a gift from Emperor Friedrich who was in possession of the German Order of Knights. The church tower, which was spared from being converted at a later stage, is probably the most beautiful of all of the structured roman towers in the Venosta region. The church forms part of the “Stairway to Heaven” project.

    Leisure & Experience
    Beach Volleyball in St. Leonhard/S. Leonardo
    St.Leonhard in Passeier/San Leonardo in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    The beach volleyball court lies in a small natural arena behind the hall, with sea sand and floodlights for evening use. The space can be reserved by individuals and groups.

    Ski Rental
    Giggeralm Rentaski Reischach
    Bruneck/Brunico, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Rent instead of buying – the clever alternative! Giggeralm Rentaski Reischach is directly beside the valley station from Kronplatz

    Bike Rental
    E-bike rental company
    Martell/Martello, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The e-bike rental company in Val Martello is perfect for all the people who want to explore the sunny Val Martello on the e-bike, but do not have the possibility to bring their own bike.

    Culture & Attractions
    Culture House in Schluderns
    Schluderns/Sluderno, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Situated opposite the station, the central culture house is easily accessible. But the busy federal road that runs between the two creates a significant problem in terms of pollution. A solution was found in true urban development style, with the four well-structured blocks of the building enclosing a courtyard and the highest, windowless side facing the street. This is helped by a high wall made from the typical stone from the area, which also incorporates the buildings of the former primary school with its historical architecture into the modern exposed-concrete complex. The inner courtyard is also the protected heart of it all. It can be used as an additional room for events, with tiered seating. The spacious glass rooms open up onto this courtyard and offer a beautiful transparency in contrast to the enclosed space.

    Ski Rental
    Ski Deposit Giggeralm
    Bruneck/Brunico, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    What do with skis, snowboards and damp boots after a day on the slopes? The ski deposit Giggeralm Rentaski in Reischach/Riscone is the ideal place. Equipped with modern furnishings and heated boxes, the equipment is deposited in safety and your boots will dry overnight, so that you can wear them warm and dry the next day.

    Culture & Attractions
    Schlanders Kindergarten
    Schlanders/Silandro, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    On the outskirts of Schlanders the garden of the kindergarten encroaches on the stone terraces of Sonnenberg Mountain with its beautiful trees. In front of the group rooms it provides a sheltered open space, which includes many terraces and trees. This unique situation is ideal for a modern child's education, which includes nature and the environment. A covered space at the front leads to the two-story building, which is at an angle here. The architecture should provide the children with a tactile means to discover natural and sustainable materials both inside and outside, so it was built from wood in vertical slats. Large glass panes let light into the group rooms and an additional glass cube situated on the roof allows a comfortable amount of light into the central part of the building and provides a view to the west.



    Culture & Attractions
    Taufers im Münstertal Elementary School
    Taufers im Münstertal/Tubre, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The school building forms part of the village-renewal concept, with public revolving around a new village square. The village center is consolidated onto this piazzetta, with the school, gym and the Schwarzer Adler tavern as the headquarters of the associations; the buildings are separated only by narrow passageways in the gardens and schoolyard. The scale of the new school building is oriented towards the existing volumes of the buildings in the village. It is a solid masonry construction with gabled roof, rough plaster facades, and finely smoothed window embrasures that, with their bevels, take on architectural elements of the nearby Engadine Valley. The construction avoids rigid blockiness through varying roof pitches and the soft inflection of the facade along the street space. The large window openings show interiors with fine woodwork and color accents, furnished in a way that is downright cozy.

    Local traditional products
    Dursterhof Farm
    Partschins/Parcines, Meran/Merano and environs

    The Dursterhof Farm is well known for the fresh raspberries from early July to the end of October.

    Lakes, cascades
    Lake Coldrano
    Latsch/Laces, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Relaxing at the idyllic lake Coldrano. The children can rehearse fishing in the lake and the adults can relax on the lawn around the lake or taste a delicious coffee on the terrace of the restaurant.

    Culture & Attractions
    Lageder Winery
    Margreid an der Weinstraße/Magrè sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    Lageder Winery is located in the center of the wine village Magrè/Margreid and next to the historical Löwengang Manor. The design concept focused on the optimal integration of the building, the sustainable use of nature as well as biological architectural, ecological, and artistic criteria. Plastered masonry, wood and glass under a protective roof with solar panels, a thermally regulated glass hall and cooling through the moist rock wall were all made into building elements. The circular cellar tower is the building’s center, and its vertical curve represents the gentle “vertical principle” of vinification: the grapes are delivered and de-stemmed under the freestanding roof; then they are pressed and fermented one floor below; the steel barrels and bottling plant, meanwhile, are located at the lowest level. The oak barrels are situated in the adjacent old building. At the level of the delivery, there are offices around an interior glass hall.

    Sports equipment
    Gufler Ski Rental
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    Ski rental located right next to the lift station in Pfelders/Plan.

    • Rental of skis, ski boots, helmets, sledges, etc.
    • Heated ski depots
    • Ski service

    Our ski rental has been awarded the quality mark Leading ski service.


    Tel.: +39 0473 646768 or +39 340 3910059

    Churches & Monasteries
    Parish Church Nova Ponente/Deutschnofen
    Deutschnofen/Nova Ponente, Dolomites Region Eggental

    The parish church of Nova Ponente, a Gothic building dating from the 15th century, has an impressively beautiful sandstone cladding. The inscription in the choir vault gives its date of origin: the cornerstone was laid on 5 July 1455 by Pastor Johannes Steel. Below the inscription is the coat of arms of the Diocese of Trento with the eagle, along with that of the then Bishop Georg Hack with its thin branch, also chosen as the heraldic symbol of the municipality of Nova Ponente.

    The building was completed in sections, as suggested by the differences in the foundations and the sandstone cladding. Construction work was not completed until 1498, with the church consecrated on 16 September of the same year. In order to imagine it in its pure and original form, the new sacristy at the northeast corner and the organ loft with its outside staircase must be ignored. The interior of the church was vastly improved by the most recent renovation in the summer of 1975. The two neo-Gothic altars date from 1900, with a new organ installed in 1976.

    Of particular note in the church are the four old relief panels on the high altar, showing the Nativity, the Adoration of the Magi, the Presentation at the Temple and the Death of the Virgin. The panels are from a famous large triptych, created around 1420 by the Master Hans von Judenburg for Bolzano’s Parish Church, as was the group of the Visitation on the wall of the choir. The main figures on the high altar – Our Lady of the Rosary and the church’s two patron saints - are beautiful works by the Innsbruck sculptor Dominikus Trenkwalder from around 1900. The relief figures of St. Barbara and St. Catherine as well as the relief panel of the Visitation, also on the choir walls, date back to around 1500. The sandstone pulpit from the early 16th century is held by Karl Atz in his “History of Art from Tyrol and Vorarlberg” to be one of the most beautiful of its kind in the entire land.

    Old relief medallions of the mysteries of the rosary are inserted into the neo-Gothic rosary altar; the altarpiece was created by Franz Unterberger. Franz Haider’s beautiful nativity figures can be seen at Christmastime on this altar: his figurines and statues of saints are to be found throughout the Reggelberg area and he was a long-time resident of Monte San Pietro. The bell tower is for the most part much older than the present-day church. It dates back to the Romanesque era; inside can clearly be seen two rows of coupled arched windows that were later walled up. The tower formerly belonged to the old parish church of St. Benedict, documented as early as 1265. Today’s cupola was added in 1793 after lightning badly damaged both the tower and the church roof.

    Another special feature of the church is that the pews have brass plaques, some with a rune-like mark next to the occupant’s name. These are the old house and farm marks of Nova Ponente. Each farm would use its mark to identify tools, grain sacks, logs and the like that were offered for sale. Many such marks can also be seen painted with red ochre on the outer walls of the church, now faded on account of the wind and rain. The impressive war memorial (1967) on the northern wall of the cemetery is by the South Tyrolean sculptor Martin Rainer, who was in 1976 awarded the Walther von der Vogelweide prize.

    Spa & Water Worlds
    Swimming Pool AquaForum Laces
    Latsch/Laces, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Recreation-fun for the whole family you can find at the AquaForum in Laces. In the 25-meter swimming pool swim-beginner as well as swim-experts have plenty room. In the AquaForum is also a pool with attractions for the kids. The older ones may also have fun on the 50m long and with special lighting effects equipped tube-slip. But that's not all: the AuqaForum is also a place to relax. For example it offers a warm outdoor-saltwater pool with underwater massage and an ample whirlpool on the inside.

    You can glean the different opening timetables on the webside:

    Culture & Attractions
    Vintschger Museum
    Schluderns/Sluderno, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    At the foot of Churburg Castle, the historical focal point of the village, an old farmhouse has been converted into a museum where the once-meager farming life of the Vinschgau Valley is documented − a lovely counterpoint to the feudal world of the castle. In the basement and on the first floor there are spaces for special exhibitions. In keeping with this use, the structure of both farm buildings has been retained and enhanced with typical regional materials. Larch wood, traditional exterior plaster, glass and steel were used so that its contemporary use is expressed through fittingly modern details. The existing load-bearing structure was combined with today's architectural components so that a homogeneous unit reflecting both tradition and modernity could arise, which shows much of the artistic potential of the Vinschgau people in a timeless way.

    Lakes, cascades
    Lake di Tarres
    Latsch/Laces, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Here you will find a splendid panorama and a calm environment. Around the lake is also a small path. The path is very easy to walk and mostly flat. To arrive at this idyllic place you have to follow the path no.9. Only members of the local fishermen's association can also fish there.

    The Experience Timmelsjoch
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    At several stops along the Timmelsjochstraße street there are five architectural sculptures dedicated to the nature, history, culture, society and economics of the region.

    It is possible to experience these from early June to late October.

    Angling & Fishing
    Fishing in the Passeiertal Valley
    St.Leonhard in Passeier/San Leonardo in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    In order to fish in Italy or South Tyrol, you first need to buy an Italian fishing licence. This costs 40 Euros (identity card or passport is necessary) and is valid for 10 years in the whole of South Tyrol and Italy.

    In addition to the licence, you also need a day ticket. For the stretch of water from Quellenhof to St. Leonhard, the cost is 50 Euros or 70 Euros per day. The day tickets can be obtained at the Tourist Office of St. Leonhard and St. Martin.

    It is not allowed to take „marble trouts”.

    Other fishing waters in the Passeiertal Valley:

    · Fish pond at the Sandhof (the governmental licence is not necessary)
    · Moos - Pfelders
    · Seebersee Lake
    · Großer Schwarzsee Lake (Timmels)
    · Kleiner Schwarzsee Lake (Schneeberg)

    Places to See
    The earth pyramids in Montoppio/Nobls
    Jenesien/San Genesio Atesino, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Formations from the last ice age The earth pyramids are geological formations from the last ice age. Since then the red clayey ground slides away from the meadows and the forests and give life to the earth pyramids. The 'Margarethenbach' (a stream) originates here and flows into the Etschtal towards Siebeneich.

    Ski schools
    Skischool Bruneck
    Bruneck/Brunico, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones


    Our great strengths - guarantee success! "Knowledge of human nature, patience and a lot of love for skiing."

    Maciaconi Sport
    S.Crestina Gherdëina/Santa Cristina Val Gardana, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    All you need for your holiday… sport – fashion – newspapers – ski rental

    Tradition meets Modern

    Originally a general store on the mountain, Maciaconi is today synonymous with quality, innovation and fashion. The traditionally wide range of goods is extending from trendy sports outfits with the perfectly fitting equipment and newspapers–tobacco goods to the ski rental. You can find at Maciaconi the highest quality in all areas.




    Fashion meets Performance

    Innovation, technology and performance combined with fashion, style and glamour are present in the entire range of products in this store. Personalised and professional service is a hallmark of the company that is supplemented by a  touch of fashionable flair. Maciaconi – alpine lifestyle.

    Ski schools
    Ski school & Rental Nordic
    Bruneck/Brunico, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Ski school NORDIC welcomes you cordially!
    Have a nice and recreative holiday to all cross country and snow sport fans!

    • Beginner, intermediate, advanced ore racer – classic ore skating style – at our school you are at the right place!
    • Our team of qualified ski teachers is always up to date in techniques and teaching methods!

    Ski school NORDIC offers additionally further kind of winter sports: snowshoeing, telemark, winter-nordic-walking. We also accompany for curling, tobogganing or ice skating.

    Ski schools
    ROC Ski-& Snowboardschool
    Bruneck/Brunico, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    FOR SKIERS AND SNOWBOARDERS WITH HIGH DEMANDS. The newly opened ski school in Reischach 
    sets standards for skiers and snowboarders with high demands. Our focus is not only on outstanding 
    teaching quality, but also on personalization, methodology and direct customer contact between 
    customer and instructor. Characteristics that improve and simplify the overall experience on the slopes. 
    Our experienced and highly qualified instructors are also available to take our customers' skills to the 
    next level in the disciplines of children's lessons, freestyle, freeride, telemark and racing, or simply to 
    accompany them on the slopes in the Dolomites as a ski guide. Our unique booking tool makes it 
    possible to find the right ski instructor for you with just a click of the mouse, in addition to digitalized 
    ski and snowboard rental. A few pieces of information about your own abilities and intentions are all 
    you need to find the right instructor. Another special feature are our Kids and Junior Camps (4-12 years) 
    for different levels and disciplines, which can be booked individually or as a block. The three-day 
    courses are based on focused & time-oriented learning, versatile motor development and a safe and 
    fun environment.
    Choose your own ski instructor! Experienced and qualified instructors are ready to work with you to 
    take your skills to the next level in your favorite discipline (alpine skiing, children's lessons, freestyle, 
    freeride, telemark and racing).
    Places to See
    Hunter's Memorial of Raas
    Natz-Schabs/Naz-Sciaves, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The hunter’s monument was erected in 1968 on the Mesnerbühel by the hunters of Natz.The column was carved out of an old chestnut tree trunk. The inscription reads: „It is the hunter’s honour to protect and tend the game.“

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