Connoisseurs claim Vinschgau to be the most beautiful valley in South Tyrol: The great contrasts between Mediterranean climate and the health resort Meran, the eternally snow-covered summits of Ortler, in between the orchards pervaded by vineyards. Here opposites meet and create a unique region where holidays become a versatile adventure. On our site you find the most beautiful hotel for your ideal holidays in Vinschgau.
Fruit lovers and connoisseurs of fine distillates know the apricot “Vinschger Marille” very well. The particular taste of this special apricot stems from the interplay of Mediterranean climate and fresh mountain air, and should be savoured freshly picked. Impressively beautiful is the fruit blossom in spring, when a sea of flowers floods the orchards of Vinschgau.
Exploring the region by bike
South Tyrol and particularly Vinschgau is a real insider tip for passionate bikers. On the stunning cycle paths you can cruise through the fantastic scenery. Bike as long as you can manage, because on the way back you can relax on the train. Visit Glurns, the smallest town in South Tyrol, or Reschen with the famous church tower of Graun looming out the lake. Or head up to the glorious heights and explore the 680 km of mountain-bike-tracks - now with highlights like specialized biker-hotels where you can get pampered after a long days ride.
Hiking fans can explore the century-old Waal alleys in Vinschgau, running nearby ancient irrigation systems, the major source of water for the mountains Sonnen- and Nörderberg. Here you can be sure of spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. Passionate hikers will take delight in the high route of Vinschgau, a tour of several days, and its fantastic view over the glaciers as well as the versatile vegetation of Sonnenberg. Discover the Texel-group, the Ötztaler Alps and the massif Ortler; or visit mountaineer Reinhold Messner in his Mountain Museum in Sulden. But first make your pick among the best hotels for holidays in Vinschgau, possibly the most beautiful region of South Tyrol!