South Tyrol. Welcome to our sensational and enchanted landscape, unique for its contrasts of rugged Alpine vistas and Mediterranean wine landscapes. Shaped by the unique beauty of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it's here that food specialities such as apples, wine and speck are produced. Due to a mild climate with over 300 days of sunshine, these products are of exceptional quality. Not to mention the experienced and passionate farmers.
One of the most sought-after places to live in Europe, South Tyrol is a place where innovation and design coexist with long traditions. After all, it is the people and their culture that make it a dynamic melting pot of languages: Italian, German and Ladin. It’s favourable geographical position as the northernmost region of Italy means that it is nestled between Tyrol, in the north, and Trentino, in the south. Experience for yourself the mixture of southern calm and rural down-to-earth values. The influence of South Tyrol’s characterful and famous personalities continue to shape the province.