A winter holiday in South Tyrol is a particular highlight. Ski down the crisp, perfectly prepared pistes, head up the slopes and down again on touring skis, enjoy the perfect cross-country skiing experience, go snowshoeing and sledging - here you will find everything to create your favourite winter holiday. And not just for you, but for the whole family. That's a promise!
EXPERIENCE THE BEST OF SOUTH TYROL
Active gourmet holidays at the Falkensteinerhof in Valles
South Tyrol is diversity. Mountains and valleys, Alpine and Mediterranean, hiking and biking, snowshoeing and skiing, history and future, town and country, Aperol Spritz and Lagrein to mention a few. And the best thing about it: You can enjoy all of these during your holiday with us at the Falkensteinerhof in the Gitschberg-Jochtal Alpine hiking region. Welcome - Benvenuto!
WINTER HOLIDAYS IN A CLASS OF THEIR OWN
Best location: Our hotel is situated in the middle of the ski region Gitschberg Jochtal and is an ideal starting point for your skiing holiday, only 300 metres to the next ski slope.
Ski pass service: simply buy your ski pass online and pick it up directly at the hotel
Ski service in the hotel: free ski depot in the hotel, free ski shuttle 2 times a day to the valley station or walk yourself 300 metres to the nearest ski slope
Kids & Teens: Excellent ski schools for young and old
Ski Deal: Discounts on winter equipment at our partners
What would a South Tyrolean holiday be without a lunchtime visit to a mountain hut? They say it's not the destination but rather the journey that counts when hiking through South Tyrol's breathtaking natural landscape. But you also need a milestone, don't you? A simple lunch in a rustic Alpine hut is a must if you want to embrace South Tyrol to the max. Schlutzkrapfen (Tyrolean style filled pasta pockets), goulash and Kaiserschmarrn (sugared pancake with raisins) taste best here, regardless of whether you eat in the cosy wood-panelled dining-room or on the sun terrace. Mmmmhhhh, simply delicious.
Brunico, Bressanone, Bolzano, Merano. The choice is yours. One city more charming than the other and yet they all have a lot in common: an enchanting old town, historic arcades, boutiques, gourmet shops, cafes, bars and small restaurants, wonderful squares and winding streets. Take a stroll and enjoy!
Welcome to the land of palaces and castles and of course to Ötzi and Reinhold Messner's homeland. But it doesn't stop there! As a melting pot of two cultures, there is without a doubt a lot more to see and experience here. Museums, markets, festivals and events - the cultural offering is enormous! We would be happy to inform you about current exhibitions and festivities.