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South Tyrol | The fruit tree blossom in the Venosta Valley and around Merano transforms the landscape into a bright and fragrant sea of colours in the spring. Enjoy this time between the end of March and the beginning of May.
Per week from USD 387show 29 offers
You will find an extensively equipped holiday resort right next to the ski piste in the Schnals Valley2/15Downhill skiing in South Tyrol
Ortler Ski Arena | The Ortler Ski Arena lies in the west of South Tyrol. Fourteen ski areas with over 300 kilometres of pistes in total offer optimal conditions.
Per week from USD 316show 171 offers
You can enjoy the best panoramic view from this mountain lodge, which is located at the edge of the wood in the Val di Sole3/15Holiday in the mountains
Italian Alps | Here you can enjoy the mountain panorama directly outside your front door. Mountain lodges are the ideal accommodation to experience the alpine landscape up close.
Per week from USD 325show 69 offers
Secluded country house for up to 12 people in Tuscany.4/15Holiday with your own pool
Italy | Give your Italian holiday the perfect touch in a holiday home with its own pool: Splash about with the whole family in the water or let yourself completely relax.
Per week from USD 600show 4,184 offers
Historic villa dating from the 16th Century in Versilia.5/15That certain something
Italy | In the end it comes down to the furnishings if one feels comfortable. That applies to both your home and holiday. These holiday houses have a particularly fancy interior which gives them a unique flair for your vacation.
Per week from USD 478show 90 offers
Holiday home vacation in South Tyrol
In South Tyrol atraveo offers you a range of more than 450 accommodations. Most of the objects in South Tyrol are holiday apartments which are mainly located in the most popular holiday resorts. During summer this gives you the ideal base for cycling or hiking tours while during winter the next ski slope is never far away. However the range also includes holiday houses and chalets that are often in great locations for example on a mountain slope with stunning views. South Tyrol does not only offer impressive valleys and great mountain landscape but also interesting cities that are worth a visit. The probably best known is the spa resort Merano.
Take a stroll in pleasant temperatures across the famous promenade or the Tappeinerweg high above the city. Walking past palm trees, cypresses and cork oaks you will cross over one of the old stone bridges. Listen to the wild rippling Passer flow by and smell the scent of laurel whilst you gaze at the lovely panoramic view of the snow-covered peaks of the Alps.
The spa town of Merano that is steeped in tradition is always worth a visit. It is located in a basin between Vinschgau, Etschtal and Passeier Valley and offers Mediterranean temperatures and more than 250 days of sunshine a year. In the north the high steep Ötztal Alps protect Merano from the cool Alpine climate and in the south the Etschtal provides for pleasant air masses that rise from the Mediterranean up to the Alps. This climatic characteristic made Merano since the times of the Danube Monarchy one of the most popular spa towns.
The best time to travel to Merano is during the fruit tree blossom period around spring time. The lovely scent that covers the city will also enchant you.
Enough of strolling around?
Then discover the surrounding villages and landscapes. The Vinschgau railway will bring you – as its name suggests – swiftly into Vinschgau that is not far away. The upper reaches of Etsch are a very impressive Alpine landscape offering steep slopes and narrow valleys.
The other direction leads to Bozen, the capital of South Tyrol which is set at the intersection of Etschtal and Eisack Valley. Here in the renowned Museum of Archaeology one can view the famous Man from Hauslabjoch – better known as Ötzi the Iceman. Besides this there are many cafes and shops where one can spend a lovely time. Sigmundskron Castle is also in the vicinity that houses the Messner Mountain Museum of the famous extreme mountain climber and South Tyrolean Reinhold Messner.
Further up Eisack Valley you will find Brixen and then venturing up further finally reach the Brenner Pass which leads over the Alpine ridge to Tyrol in Austria. The beautiful Puster Valley is sandwiched between these areas that reach to Lienz in East Tyrol.
Winter fun in the snow
From spring to autumn especially hiking, cycling and other leisure activities are very popular in beautiful South Tyrol. However during winter the region impresses with its skiing regions that stretch out from the Dolomites to the Alps. Dolomiti Superski is the world’s largest network of skiing regions. The area is the perfect place for a skiing vacation with lots of fun offering well developed skiing areas such as Fascia Valley-Karersee or Seiser Alm-Gröden. In the west of South Tyrol there is another large network of skiing regions known as the Ortler Skiarena. It comprises of several skiing areas including Meran 2000, Rosskopf and Haider Alm.
Popular places in South Tyrol with atraveo customers are as mentioned above Merano as well as Sarentino and Sankta Christina in Groeden. But you should also take a look at other places in the South Tyrolean valleys such as the Eisack Valley, the picturesque Puster Valley or Vinschgau.
An alternative might also be the holiday apartments and houses that atraveo has in Trentino or in the more western part of Lombardy. The Fascia Valley for example lures with its lovely villages like for example Campitello, Pozza di Fassa and Vigo di Fassa. From here it is also not far away to Lake Garda with the northern banks enclosed by the picturesque Alpine foothills of Trentino. Riva del Garda that was awarded Best Holiday Resort 2011 by atraveo is the ideal destination for a day trip.
Neighbouring holiday regions Tauferer Ahrntal valley
Property no. 406247
from USD 451for 1 week
Latsch, South Tyrol
Holiday apartment for max. 4 personsApprox. 45 m², 1 bedroom, pets are allowed (max. 1), satellite TV, dishwasher, non-smoking, sauna
Property no. 623826
from USD 393for 1 week
Santa Magdalena, South Tyrol
Holiday apartment for max. 5 personsApprox. 50 m², 2 bedrooms, pets are allowed (max. 1), satellite TV, washing machine, dishwasher, non-smoking, saunaThere are 3 further property types with 3 accommodations for this complex
Property no. 686628
from USD 428for 1 week
Meransen, South Tyrol
Holiday apartment for max. 10 personsApprox. 80 m², 4 bedrooms, pets are allowed (max. 2), satellite TV, washing machine, dishwasher
Property no. 683060
from USD 1,028for 1 week
Natz-Schabs, South Tyrol
Holiday apartment for max. 4 persons + 2 childrenApprox. 110 m², 3 bedrooms, pets not allowed, satellite TV, dishwasher, non-smokingThere are 3 further property types with 3 accommodations for this complex
- from USD 599/week Holiday apartment for 4 persons, approx. 65 m², 1 bedroom, property no. 682298 Preview
- from USD 599/week Holiday apartment for 4 persons, approx. 65 m², 1 bedroom, property no. 682322 Preview
- from USD 1,211/week Holiday apartment for 8 persons, approx. 110 m², 3 bedrooms, property no. 683055 Preview
Property no. 687865
(3 holiday apartments)from USD 360for 1 week
Terenten, South Tyrol
Holiday apartment for max. 3 personsApprox. 34 m², 1 bedroom, pets not allowed, satellite TV
Property no. 614713
from USD 548for 1 week
Natz-Schabs, South Tyrol
Holiday apartment for max. 6 personsApprox. 63 m², 2 bedrooms, pets are allowed (on request), satellite TV, dishwasher, non-smoking
Property no. 161740
from USD 506for 1 week
San Martino in Passira, South Tyrol
Holiday apartment for max. 4 personsApprox. 55 m², 2 bedrooms, pets are allowed (on request), satellite TV, non-smoking