Your holiday in the Valle Isarco

An active stay in so many ways: In and around Chiusa

The Valle Isarco is surrounded by vineyards and green pastures, and set among the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site. The perfect base for a varied and exciting holiday. Hiking, cycling, mountain biking, exploring the local towns, and delving into the region’s culture and traditions …
Our new free South Tyrol Guest Pass offers you a range of advantages 365 days a year, making it easier to enjoy your holidays.

The excitement of Spring

When the snow begins to melt, the first blades of grass appear and the fruit trees start to bloom, you know that spring is on its way. The weather gets warmer and you feel the urge to go out hiking and exploring.

  • Chiusa, city of artists, with the Monastery of Sabiona
  • Novacella Abbey at Varna
  • Lake Caldaro
  • The gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle at Merano
  • Lots of spring hikes around the Valle Isarco – we’ll be happy to offer suggestions!
It blooms Walking Great view in spring Blossomed Hiking Gufidaun

Summer in bloom

Mediterranean temperatures, lots of sunshine and the vivid greens of the woods and pastures. The local towns are also once more full of life, with people spending their time outside. There are so many happy times to enjoy in summer.

  • The Villandro Alps with a scenic view
  • The Alpe di Siusi, Europe’s largest plateau
  • The Val di Funes, with the majestic Odle Group
  • Visits to the towns of Bolzano, Bressanone, Chiusa, Merano, Vipiteno and Brunico
Mountain lake Alpine roses Animals on the alp Evening atmosphere Sunset

Golden autumn

A feast of colours: it’s autumn! The trees are clothed in all their finery, the weather is still pleasantly mild and the views of the alpine landscape are truly stunning. Autumn is also very special from a gastronomic point of view.

  • Törggelen at the local farms
  • Traditional festive events
  • Chestnut trail at Velturno
  • Autumn walks and hikes throughout South Tyrol
Chestnut harvest Törgelen Chestnuts Cold plate Autumn


Huge snowflakes float down from the sky, the sweet smell of Christmas biscuits fills the air, and the lights sparkle in the growing dusk. Traditions, tranquillity and time spent with your family. South Tyrol has five large Christmas markets, each with a unique atmosphere.

  • Mediaeval Christmas market at Chiusa
  • Christmas market at Bressanone with the Museum of Nativity Scenes
  • Christmas market at Merano
  • Christmas market at Bolzano
  • Christmas market at Brunico
Christmas market Skiing Lantern Winter hiking Cribs

Events in the Valle Isarco

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