Family Holidays in South Tyrol

South Tyrol’s 300 days of sunshine and landscape rich in contrast form the framework for an adventurous family-friendly holiday, inviting visitors to participate in activities at all elevations. The many excursions, hiking trails, family ski areas and adventure parks are worth a visit for both children and adults alike. No summer holiday in South Tyrol would be complete without swimming in a bathing lake such as the highly recommended Kalterer See lake, or hiking along one of the many pleasant, family-friendly trails to mountain huts with Alpine meadows and playgrounds. Many places offer specific family-friendly programmes. For example, the Dolomiti Ranger programme, which takes place in the Dolomite nature parks, is especially recommended. In wintertime, family ski areas and the many sledging trails are ideal for a holiday with children. South Tyrol’s family hotels (Familienhotels) and qualified farm holiday operations specialise in accommodating families.
Im Freizeitberg Rosskopf hat die Rodelpiste eine Länge von 10 Kilometer.

Sledging for families

Sledging has a long tradition in South Tyrol and guarantees downhill fun for the whole family. In the sunshine or by the light of the moon, on natural sledging trails or in ski areas, sledging is much more than just trekking up and sledging down. Rustic huts and Alpine farms...

Nature Park Visitors’ Centres

The natural environment in South Tyrol is as unique as it is worthy of preservation. Seven nature parks and one national park – from Stilfserjoch pass in Val Venosta/Vinschgau valley to the Three Peaks (Drei Zinnen) in Alta Pusteria/Hochpustertal valley – do much to preserve...