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Summer holiday South Tyrol

Summer holiday South Tyrol

The Alpine Summer

This is the time when the mountain world radiates its entire fascination and rewards hikers with unforgettable impressions.

Here with us you are at the intersection of the great diversity of South Tyrol!

The extensive hiking area of Mount Plose is right at our doorstep – get up there by car or cable car and walk across the pastures…

In the East, the Natural World Monument of the Dolomites; in the West, the solitary, rugged mountains of the Sarentino Alps; up North the glaciers of Zillertal – and in the South you will find the magic kingdom of the Alpe di Siusi.

Or take a refreshing dip into the newly designed outdoor swimming pools in Bressanone, or the water park in Chiusa …

Or visit one of the many summer festivals in the surrounding villages or enjoy an evening concert at Cathedral Square in Bressanone or somewhere else and finish the day with a fine glass of wine.

A touch of adventure: Discover the surroundings by bike

A touch of adventure: Discover the surroundings by bike

Of course you can ride up the Plose Street (Via Plose) – as long as your physical condition is better than ours. Or join us on the cable car Plose – your bike will follow us.

Arriving at the mountain station Val Croce, you will first of all enjoy the panoramic view – best from the terrace, for a little snack beforehand cannot hurt. And look forward to the ride, because it takes you (almost) entirely comfortably downhill.

We sweep along the elegant curves through the forest down to Plancios. There you can continue on the Plose Street – or – better – take the small road towards the end of the valley and follow the magic of solitary paths. Along the creek a dirt track leads down the valley – and makes you feel a touch of adventure.

But soon you’ll reach inhabited plains. A short lane leads uphill, and then you pass thevalley slopes of the Eores Valley until getting back on the Plose Street: and from there we will be home in ten minutes.