Bed&Breakfast in South Tyrol, South Tyrol

South Tyrol’s largest public gardens – nature in its purest form

20. July 2016

Where is your own personal spot for resting and relaxing? In your garden, on your balcony or in your sitting room? Is this where you go to recharge your batteries?
South Tyrol is home to eight huge gardens to rest and relax in, no matter if you are a South Tyrol local or just visiting. You can gather fresh bunches of flowers every day, quench your thirst in a crystal-clear stream and admire beauty spots that will send aesthetes into paroxysms of delight – profiles of three of the eight nature parks. Continue Reading…

The culture of South Tyrol

Summer, sun, summer retreat! Heading for the hills!!

29. June 2016

The mountains in summer: inhaling wonderfully fresh Alpine air, relaxing to the sound of the splashing water from mountain springs and lazing around in unspoilt meadows! Or beating a path through trees and undergrowth, following narrow mountain paths and getting blown away by the spectacular backdrop created by Mother Nature! Last but not least, observing the sun as it slowly sinks behind the mountain peaks after a rewarding day to make way for the moon and the stars, which seem so much closer when you’re so high up! Continue Reading…

Bed&Breakfast in South Tyrol, South Tyrol

For guests only the best

10. June 2016

An overnight stay that will have a lasting effect.
Maria opens the door with a smile. The apron she has on is just as much part of her as her many regular guests – after experiencing her hospitality, you just have to come back for more! “You’ve been up since 6.00? Then I’ll make you a quick coffee!” This is followed by another smile. It’s clear that she enjoys what she does. Continue Reading…

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Discovering Vinschgau valley on two wheels

1. June 2016

Feel the sun on your back, the wind in your face. Colours, scents, landscapes flitting past. Get into some serious pedalling, then carefully roll along, as there’s lots to discover on both sides of the Vinschgau cycle path. Exploring a whole valley by bike? Yes, you can! The Vinschger Bahn train will take you from Töll station to the very last village in the valley – Mals. The Etschtal valley cycle path, which will take you back to your starting point, may be glimpsed through the train windows. Continue Reading…