Welcome to South Tyrol, Dolomites
South Tyrol, the unique holiday paradise at the southern
side of the Alps, offers its guests exciting and relaxing
holidays in an unrivalled natural and cultural landscape, in
both winter and summer.
No matter what the season, in Italy’s northernmost province,
visitors enjoy themselves throughout the year.
Relax while hiking in South Tyrol’s fantastic landscape, which
is familiar to passionate alpinists all over the world. Relax on
an extended cycling tour or mountain biking tour through the
Dolomites, let yourself be pampered with wellness and enjoy the
outstanding service in the restaurants and traditional
provincial inns – Holidaying in South Tyrol, Dolomites is
You cannot only eat well in Southtyrol holiday country, the
accommodation here is also excellent. The various types of
accommodation – hotels, pensions, bed & breakfasts, etc. –
correspond to the highest quality standards.
South Tyrol, Dolomites, is also an interesting holiday
destination for culture lovers. Castles and palaces that are
steeped in history, historical city centres and picturesque
chapels stand witness to an eventful past – numerous informative
museums offer fascinating insights.
Tips for your holiday in South Tyrol, the Dolomites:
Ötzi, the world-famous Ice mummy
Way back in 1991 two tourists found him, since
then he has become one of the world’s most
famous and important mummies: his name is
Ötzi. The thousand-year-old “iceman” can be
admired at the Museum of Archaeology in Bolzano.
This is a not-to-be-missed event for tourists of
all ages spending their holidays in South
Mountain Museums (MMM) in South Tyrol and
Messner Mountain Museum (MMM) project is
particularly well-known among hikers and
mountain climbers. The five mountain museums
created by the South Tyrolean extreme
mountaineer, Reinhold Messner, are situated in
South Tyrol and the neighbouring province of
Belluno, and offer exciting insights into the
fascinating world of mountain climbing.
Prettau Healthy Climate Tunnel in the Tauferer Ahrntal Valley
Climate Tunnel is located at a depth of 1,100 m.
The tunnel is home to a health and respiratory
centre that offers treatment stays for people
with respiratory tract conditions. In addition,
it is also possible to enjoy a guided
sight-seeing tour that provides an insight into
the lives of the miners who once worked there.
You can find further tips for your holiday in South Tyrol's Dolomites in our