South-Tyrol

Rent a luxury villa in the Italian Alps - versatile options for an exciting vacation

One of the highest quality living spaces of Europe – South Tyrol is alpine and mediterranean at the same time. Dolomites meets wineries. This region is also a bridge between countries and cultures – between Italy, Austria and Switzerland. Here you can experience natural beauty, strong tradition and modern way of living.

Have fun exploring and enjoying! Whether in summer or winter, South Tyrol is a delight for those seeking relaxation, enjoying great outdoors and culinary delights. Rent your villa and set off to explore such melodious mountain ranges as the Sella Group, the Marmolada, the 3 Peaks to name just a few.

Villas and Hotels in South Tyrol

8 results
Italy | South Tyrol
Naturns bei Meran
2 bedrooms | 4 persons max.
 
Italy | South Tyrol
Hafling bei Meran
3 bedrooms | 8 persons max.
 
Italy | South Tyrol
Hafling bei Meran
3 bedrooms | 8 persons max.
 
Italy | South Tyrol
Hafling bei Meran
4 bedrooms | 12 persons max.
 
Italy | South Tyrol
Corgnolaz
3 bedrooms | 8 persons max.
 
Italy | South Tyrol
Wolkenstein in Gröden
Italy | South Tyrol
Toblach
Italy | South Tyrol
20 bedrooms | 40 persons max.
 
Worth seeing

Welcome to South Tyrol, a region in northern Italy known for its breathtaking scenery, rich culture and delicious cuisine. With this mix of Alpine beauty and Mediterranean charm, South Tyrol has something to offer for everyone.

Once you arrive there is plenty to see and do. From hiking and skiing to museums and historic sites, South Tyrol has something to offer for everyone. The most popular sights include the picturesque villages of the Isarco Valley, the impressive Dolomites and the medieval town of Brixen.

Climate and best travel period

The climate in South Tyrol is temperate continental, with mild summers and cold winters. The best time to visit is from May to October, when temperatures are mild and the landscape is in full bloom. In winter, the region transforms into a winter wonderland, ideal for skiers and snowboarders. We might call as a full year destination, yet the gaps between the summer and winter seasons are less visited.

Entertainment & Nightlife

For entertainment and nightlife, South Tyrol offers a variety of options. From cozy evenings in a wine bar to live music and dancing, there is something for everyone. Visit the lively city of Bolzano for a night on the town or enjoy a relaxing evening in a traditional mountain village.

Essen & Trinken

Wenn es um Kulinarik geht, ist Südtirol ein Paradies für Feinschmecker. Probieren Sie lokale Spezialitäten wie Knödel, Speck, Käse und Südtiroler Wein. Auch den berühmten Speck am Brettl sollten Sie sich nicht entgehen lassen. Fein geschnittener, würziger Südtiroler Speck und dazu aromatisches Schüttelbrot - herrlich. Die Region ist auch für ihre umliegenden Weinregionen wie die Südtiroler Weinstraße bekannt, wo Sie Weingüter besichtigen und Weinproben genießen können.

Anreise

Wenn Sie aus Deutschland anreisen, haben Sie mehrere Optionen. Sie können beispielsweise mit dem Flugzeug zum Flughafen Bozen reisen oder mit dem Auto über den Brennerpass fahren. Beide Optionen bieten spektakuläre Ausblicke auf die Berge und die Landschaft.

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