Discover the holiday villages in Gitschberg Jochtal - Brixen
Vals is located only a few minutes by car from Mühlbach, at 1,353 meters above the sea at the end of the homonymous mountain valley. Not only its location is striking, but it also scores with one of the most beautiful alpine pastures, the so-called Fane Alm.
On the sunny plateau above the municipality of Rio di Pusteria is the fraction of Maranza. From Maranza you can enjoy a wonderful panoramic view of the Val Pusteria and the Valle Isarco. In the nearby skiing and hiking paradise Gitschberg Jochtal nature lovers will be more than satisfied.
Behind the mighty towers of the Cathedral of Brixen rises Mount Plose with all its offers and possibilities to spend a great winterday outdoor. The perfect holiday in South Tyrol is as individual as you. In order to make it the perfect place, Brixen Plose has a whole range of offers and possibilites to spend your holidays the way you wish to.
Five picturesque villages set among dreamy woods, vibrant habitats and golden apple orchards: welcome to the Naz-Sciaves apple plateau. The plateau is surrounded by the rugged edges of the Rienz gorge, which defines the landscape and illustrates how the forces of nature have shaped the area over thousands of years.
Terento is located on a high-plateau in the Pustertal Valley at an altitude of 1210 m. Due to the very sunny position, the village is known as the sunny village of the Pustertal Valley.
Farming traditions are lovingly maintained, just as they have always been.
The winter turns the village of sun into a village of snow and Being active outdoors is not hard to do.
The skilift in Terenten is perfect for families and kids.
The outstanding Rodenegg Castle, with its unique Iwein frescoes, rests on a rock cliff at the end of the village of Rodeneck above the ravine of the Rienz River. Up high, Europe’s longest high alpine plateau, the Rodenecker-Lüsner Alm and its lodges invite guests to go hiking and take a break.
Un paese incontaminato situato a fondo valle, caratterizzato dalla genuinità del modo di vivere altoatesino che si caratterizza per quel tocco di atmosfera del passato. In valle avrete la possibilità di trovare ogni tipologia di alloggio: dal maso contadino con minizoo, al semplice appartamento per vacanze, fino ai meravigliosi ed eleganti Hotel.
Sant'Andrea, a fraction of Bressanone, is located at 960 m above sea level on the sunny slopes of Plose, the mountain of skiing and relaxation. From here you can enjoy a splendid view of the city and the "Valle Isarco" valley. An ideal place to relax, but also to practice many activities at any time of the year!
The unspoilt Villnöss valley with the Geisler/Odle peaks lies in the heart of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discover the Villnöss valley during summer.
Whether as a visitor enjoying active holidays, as a connoisseur or culture lover: everyone will find endless possibilities to explore the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage. Relaxation and enjoyment in the fresh air, infinite number of hiking and bike trails, climbing parcours for adventurers and exciting events for young and old.
Feldthurns affords you an almost limitless enjoyment of Mother Nature in all Her glory. Along the valley floor near Schrambach/San Pietro Mezzomonte, the bicycle path passes by and the mid-altitude ridge of the Eisack Valley – where the village of Feldthurns is located – is the ideal starting point for lengthy outings along the Chestnut Trail, to visit country manors, churches, and monasteries. You'll pass through majestic forests in the nearby villages of Villanders and Barbian.
Starting at an altitude of about 2,000 meters above sea-level, you find an extensive network of trails affording wonderful views - the Feldthurns mountain pasture. From here, you can continue to Lake Radlsee and the Alpine hut with the same name, the mountain Köninganger (2,439 m), or the Latzfons and the Villanders alpine pasture. The cozy refreshment stops and Alpine refuges are open the year around, and offer tasty South Tyrolean specialties.