South of South Tyrol

The South Tyrolean Wine Route is located in the south of South Tyrol and stretches from Terlano and Andriano to Salorno.

One of the main characteristics of the southern area of South Tyrol is undoubtedly its climate, favouring the growth of palm trees, cypresses and lemon trees in the Val d’Adige, the Bassa Atesina and the Oltradige, and not least grapevines and orchards. Recommendable to gourmets and oenophiles is the South Tyrolean Wine Route, connecting the villages in the bottom of the valley.

This is also where the warmest lake for bathing in the Alps is located, which is Lake Caldaro. Castelchiaro, the symbol of the area, reflects in its waters. By the way, the Oltradige is one of the richest areas in castles ever.

In marked contrast, however, the mountain areas of the south of South Tyrol: the Regglberg with the Monte Corno, Corno Nero and Corno Bianco, at their feet the Rio delle Foglie canyon dating back to the Ice Age. The Mendola mountain range and the Salto are further hiking areas.

  1. Aldino

    The municipality of Aldino extends on the low mountain range of the so-called Regglberg.
  2. Anterivo

    The cosy village of Anterivo, far away from hustle and bustle, extends at the…
  3. Andriano

    Andriano, an typical apple and wine-growing village, is located opposite Terlano…
  4. Ora

    Ora, a wine village in the south of South Tyrol, allows to develop Mediterranean feeling.
  5. Appiano

    Appiano, considered to be the land of castles and wine, is located only 10 km from…
  6. Caldaro

    The municipality at the shores of Lake Caldaro offers wine, culinary delights and…
  7. Cortaccia

    The idyllic village of Cortaccia extends on the sunny side of the Wine Road.
  8. Cortina all’Adige

    The small but mighty village of Cortina all’Adige along the South Tyrolean Wine…
  9. Magrè

    Magré nestles in the heart of vineyards in the Bassa Atesina.
  10. Montagna

    The municipality of Montagna extends about 15 km in the south of Bolzano.
  11. Egna

    The municipality of Egna nestles in the heart of a landscape that is covered by vineyards.
  12. Salorno

    The most southern village of South Tyrol is called Salorno and is located on the…
  13. Terlano

    Terlano is a wine and apple village and is also known as the home of the asparagus.
  14. Termeno

    Termeno is the home of the Gewuertraminer wine and lies along the South Tyrolean…
  15. Trodena

    Nestling in the Monte Corno nature park, Trodena offers a vast hiking network for…

Suggested accommodations: South of South Tyrol show all

  1. Hotel Weinegg
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    Hotel Weinegg

  2. Hotel Amadeus
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    Hotel Amadeus

    Ora
  3. Gartenhotel Moser
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    Gartenhotel Moser

  4. Waldthaler Hof
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    Waldthaler Hof

  5. Hotel Angerburg
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    Hotel Angerburg

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