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.