Between the three thousanders and the lakes in the valley basin, summer in South Tyrol offers temperatures for every taste.
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When in the valleys of the southern areas it is getting hot - and in summer the temperatures in Bolzano rise over 30 degrees C, with the so-called tropical nights when the temperature does not fall under 20 degrees C during the night time -, many outdoor pools and lakes provide for refreshing moments: Lake Caldaro and the Monicolo Lakes, Lake Favogna and the Fiè Pond are, for example, bathing lakes. Furthermore, nearly every village offers a public outdoor pool.
Otherwise we recommend you to escape to higher-located areas: By taking one of the cable cars you can reach higher realms within few minutes only, making you inhale the fresh mountain air. Higher located areas have always been kind of refuge for the inhabitants of the valleys, already centuries ago. If you want to stay longer, simply choose one of the higher located accommodations. The southern municipalities of the valley basin, located between 200 and 500 m a.s.l., are similar to the town of Bolzano as far as temperatures are concerned, whereas the high plateaus and mountain villages are similar to Dobbiaco in the Upper Val Pusteria and Passo Resia.
- June: min. 16 - max. 28 degrees C
- July: min. 17 - max. 30.5 degrees C
- August: min. 17 - max. 30 degrees C
- June: min. 8 - max. 22 degrees C
- July: min. 11 - max. 23 degrees C
- August: min. 10 - max. 22 degrees C
- June: min. 7 - max. 18 degrees C
- July: min. 9 - max. 19 degrees C
- August: min. 10 - max. 20 degrees C