Winter Holiday in South Tyrol

Winter is spent in the alpine region of South Tyrol, of course, primarily on the mountain. Vacations with guaranteed snow attract numerous guests every year - and rightly so! White landscapes, perfectly groomed slopes of varying degrees of difficulty and the feeling of endless freedom as far as the eye can see. Whether skiing or ice climbing, the winter sports paradise delivers what it promises, and comes up with limitless outdoor possibilities. The country also has a lot to offer families with cool excursion destinations, toboggan runs and space to build snowmen. Connoisseurs and those seeking relaxation can look forward to wonderful hours of absolute tranquility wellness and culinary pampering. In South Tyrol, the lust for life is always palpable: the Mediterranean lightness betrays the Italian roots of the country.



A vacation in South Tyrol combines nature and pleasure, is both alpine and Mediterranean and harmoniously combines cultural contrasts. Here, tradition and down-to-earthness meet casual openness - at any time of year, vacationers are warmly welcomed and can experience relaxation, adventure and culture. The different languages that meet in South Tyrol are not the only contrasts. While the Dolomites region is known for its mountain activities and is a true paradise for alpine lovers, the south of the country offers a warmer climate, excellent wine, a flatter landscape and the capital city of Bolzano. The Valle Isarco offers hikes at different altitudes, on various themes and leads through medieval towns as well as along pleasure trails.

The contrasts of South Tyrol are most noticeable in the Merano region: Merano is nestled between palm trees and the three-thousand-meter peaks of the Texelgruppe Nature Park, while the west is home to the cultural region of Vinschgau and the highest mountain in South Tyrol, the "King Ortler". Whatever your heart beats for, you are sure to find it in South Tyrol. Variety awaits everywhere and makes for an unforgettable vacation.

Hotel Kronplatz

The 5-star Falkensteiner Hotel Kronplatz is the new hot spot for adult guests and offers unique experiences on and around the best mountain for activities in South Tyrol: Welcome home at Kronplatz!

Hotel & Spa Falkensteinerhof

In the alpine region of Gitschberg Jochtal, active mountain lovers will find an ideal outdoor vacation.

Hotel Antholz

The 4* adults-only pleasure hotel in the Dolomites is the perfect place for a romantic getaway.

Family Resort Lido

In the heart of South Tyrol, at the gateway to the Dolomites, THE family hotel will reveal itself to you.

Hotel & Spa Sonnenparadies

Our sporty wellness hotel is in the middle of the South Tyrolean mountain landscape.


Skiing at Kronplatz

With a total of 119 kilometres of ski runs, Kronplatz is one of the top winter sports destinations.

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Cross country skiing

With perfectly groomed trails cross-country skiing in South Tyrol offers just the right conditions for endurance athletes.

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Kronplatz and the Puster valley are perfect for ski touring.

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The Kronplatz holiday region offers various possibilities to ski down the slopes on a sledge.

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Quiet landscapes far away from tracked winter roads and all you hear is the soft crunch of the snow under your shoes.

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Ice climbing

If you are passionate about climbing, you don't have to wait until summer.

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The cross-country ski slopes run for over 60 kilometers through the Rieserferner-Ahrn Nature Park.

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Alpine Coaster Klausberg Flitzer

Jumps and 360° turns are an added bonus for professionals on the 1,800 m long Klausberg-Flitzer toboggan run.

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Local Attractions

Folk Museum in Dietenheim

The provincial museum for folklore in Dietenheim/Teodone belongs to the ADAC and is considered as one of the most beautiful open-air museums of Europe. 

South Tyrol Museum Of Archaeology

Visit Ötzi! The "Iceman" is THE highlight of the South Tyrolean Archaeological Museum.

Messner Mountain Museum Ripa

The MMM Ripa at Bruneck Castle is dedicated to mountain peoples all around the world and their culture, their religion and tourism.

Rodenegg Castle

When you visit Rodenegg Castle, one of the largest and strongest fortified castles in the country awaits.


The small town of Bruneck is the geographical, cultural and economic centre of the Puster Valley.


Brixen is the oldest city in Tyrol and is known for its versatility


Sterzing, the most northerly town in South Tyrol, has a small but exclusive shopping street with great cafés and a pleasant ambiance under the Zwölferturm, the landmark of the city.


Bozen is the capital and largest city in South Tyrol and offers anything your heart desires with respect to shopping. On the cultural side, the city has a lot of theatres, music, and films to offer.

Messner Mountain Museum Corones

Located on the summit plateau of Plan de Corones at 2,275 meters above sea level, is all about traditional alpinism, decisively shaped by Reinhold Messner.

Neustift Monastery

The Neustift Monastery is a monastery of the Congregation of the Austrian Augustinian Canons in Neustift, near Brixen.

Taufers Castle

One of the most beautiful and massive fortress of Tyrol is located in the Taufer Valley and is a real fairy-tale fortress

Prettau mine & climatic gallery

The mine railway takes you into the Mining Museum of South Tyrol where you will learn a lot about the work of the miners in this copper mine.

Loden Experience

The museum shows the path taken by wool, from the sheep to the finished product.

Earth pyramids in Percha

A hike to the earth pyramids of Percha reveals the clay column structures with an impressive display of colors.

Bruneck Castle

Reinhold Messner opened his 5th Messner Mountain Museum at Bruneck Castle, and dedicated the contents to the people of the mountains.