Viva la bella vita - you can feel this motto everywhere in South Tyrol’s regions.
Whether the diverse landscape, the distinctive limestone giants, the Mediterranean wine regions, nature parks and deep valleys, crystal-clear lakes and roaring waterfalls - with 300 days of sunshine, life is beautiful when you enjoy South Tyrolean specialities like apples, wine and bacon surrounded by vines and cypresses. The meeting of cultures here produces an attractive mix of southern nonchalance and rural traditions. The alpine huts and chalets in the heart of the Dolomites bristle with authenticity and South Tyrolean zest for life. Welcome to one of Europe’s most popular living environments - South Tyrol is waiting for you!
Regions in Italy
South Tyrol is special. A melting pot of cultures and contrasts. Germans, Italians and Ladinians live side by side and together here. The landscape with Mediterranean influences contributes to the “La Dolce Vita“ lifestyle. Distinctive Alps, the massive Dolomites between lakes, orchards and vineyards. A Mecca between limestone giants and alpine pastures especially for mountain sport fans.
In South Tyrol is the sunny Eggental, which is located in the region of the southwestern Dolomites and extends over an area of 250 km ². Picturesque mountain peaks and a fabulous rainbow lake are the landmarks of this Ladin holiday region.
South Tyrol is full of contrasts. In the Dolomites, you’ll be amazed by the finest natural highlights all year round. Discover the jewel of Val Gardena – you’re not only there, you’re in the heart of it.
Situated in the east of South Tyrol, the Pustertal Valley stretches along the river Rienz from the east to the west between Brixen and Lienz. Most of the valley is in South Tyrol, but a smaller section is in Austria’s East Tyrol.