South Tyrol in spring offers all your heart could desire: from relaxing week ends at the sunny shores of Lake Caldaro to unforgettable moments in the middle of thousands of flowers, colours and fragrances at Castel Trauttmansdorff, Merano.
The conditions for the cultivation of asparagus are ideal in the village of Terlano. The asparagus of Terlano is widely known for its good quality. On this video you learn more about the cultivation of the asparagus in Terlano.
The spring in South Tyrol is an experience for every sense. Warm sunrays melt the snow and everything is in blossom; Gourmets can taste delicious asparagus dishes. Let us inspire you with some impressions from the sweetest season.
Topless through South Tyrol… Convertible enthusiast Fritz starts his oldtimer for us and has chosen a route along the South Tyrolean Wine-Road for our joyride. A perfect decision. Join us and experience a gorgeous piece of South Tyrol!
Red, violet and white as far as the eyes can reach. About 18,000 hectares of apple trees every year again blossom in South Tyrol in April. In these days, many of us feel like dusting off the bike in the cellar. Also Peer.tv experienced the apple blossom between Nalles and Caldaro on the bicycle. And we came to know that a tour with an e-bike is a pleasant, but nevertheless sporty experience.
If you spend spring in South Tyrol, we highly recommend you to visit the Valle della Primavera valley. In February, when great parts of the region are still snow-covered, in the „spring valley“ you can already admire heralds of spring in full blossom. Favoured as far as the climate is concerned, the warm air from the south makes this area become a feast for the eyes. The Valle della Primavera valley stretches between the Lago di Caldaro and Monticolo lakes. Come along with us to this very special protected recreation area.
Merano invites to walks in spring green. One of the most beautiful places therefor, is the Tappeinerweg path, the historic promenade at the slope below the Monte Benedetto mountain. Above the neat spa town walkers and botanists can enjoy the abundant vegetation already from March onwards.
Every year in April it is blooming along the South Tyrolean Wine Road! Thousands of fruit trees and numerous Mediterranean trees and bushes show all their glory. Experience with us a real pleasure - whether by bicycle or Cabriolet - let’s start into spring in South Tyrol!
The sun is getting warmer, the days get longer and the landscape more colourful: It makes you want to push aside the everyday life and start for a short holiday in South Tyrol to properly enjoy this amazing season.
Termeno at the South Tyrolean Wine Route is a municipality with 3,269 inhabitants in the South Tyrolean Bassa Atesina. The wine village is surrounded by gently rising hillside vineyards and is characterized by the rhythm of life of the local people. Come with us and enjoy a day full of good mood in Termeno.
Days are longer, it has become warmer and you can even smell it…spring has arrived! Where else could you spend spring better than in South Tyrol? We have mingled with the crowds and asked people: „What does spring in South Tyrol mean to you?“ As a result we gathered many ideas where and how to enjoy this beautiful season!
It is one of the most beautiful promenades at Bolzano: the Guncina Promenade, dedicated to the archduke Heinrich von Habsburg. Starting from Gries, following the path on its numerous switchbacks on the sunny slopes of the Guncina. Join us on this mediterranean walk!
Due to its alpine-mediterranean micro-climate spring comes very early in the garden village of Lagundo, near Merano. This is the best season for a walk! Join us on our spring walk through the blossoming landscapes of Lagundo!
The Valle Isarco Valley bears the name of the Isarco River, which flows through this unique landscape. There are situated both lovely villages and historical towns, such as Bressanone and Chiusa. Numerous places of interest and the beautiful mountains turn the Valle Isarco Valley into a real South Tyrolean treasure. Especially in spring, when everything is in full bloom, the valley has a great fascination. See for yourself!
A spectacle of nature – the frosty nights! If there is a cold snap after the apple blossom, the apple orchards are irrigated as the ice protects the flower. After the frosty night the first sunrays in the morning will melt the ice and the whole orchard will sparkle and shine. We captured this rare moment for you at the Palude di Caldaro.
Apple blossoms in South Tyrol is something special. Majestic views can be enjoyed in Silandro with Stefan, a local, organic farmer. Stefan takes us on his carriage through the orchards of the Val Venosta valley and tells us about the local apple culture.
Climbing like Spiderman or hiding in the forest just like Robin Hood, is possible at the „Kinderwelt“ in Valdaora. Here, children have free reign to let their fantasies run wild! Swinging around like Tarzan, building dams or balancing from one tree house to another is enough to get any child excited. Here, under the canopy of old trees, the sky is the limit.
Right at your doorstep you can find ideal conditions for hiking in the world’s most beautiful mountains – the spectacular Dolomites. Spring in Villandro is a great time for hiking and other activities.