Nestled amidst numerous ancient residences and estates, lies Tramin on the wine road in the South of South Tyrol. Its true character transcends purely in autumn, when tractors fully loaded with dark blue grapes navigate through the narrow alleys and spread the scent of fresh must; when palms, vineyards and orchards glisten under the Southern sun and lead the way to the lake-paradises of Kaltern, Montiggl and Fennberg.
By foot or by bike
A spectacular view over the mountains of South Tyrol and Trentino waits on the high plain Mendel, Monte Roen and the walking paths in Tramin, Kurtatsch, Auer, Montan and Neumarkt. Whether you choose to spent exciting hours in the orchards or vineyards of Tramin or to pedal along to the Lake of Kaltern - Tramin provides a special setting to hike, bike and relax.
The village of Tramin contains the most extraordinary and historically precious buildings and art works in the South of South Tyrol; you can visit here the Romanic church St. Jacob in Kastelaz, the Church of St. Valentin, the Church of St. Mauritius, and other numerous churches, monuments and residences. Trademark of the village is the gothic church with the 86 meter high bell-tower.
The fine wine of Tramin: Gewürztraminer
Southern airiness and a pleasant fragrance mark the locally cultivated vine, which presents itself in a glowing straw-gold. During the Wine Street Festival dedicated to this fine drop, the Gewürztraminer is served in a friendly and relaxed ambiance. Thanks to the mild climate in the South, the winters are an equally pleasant season for tours through the sleeping winter landscape. Find here the best hotels in Tramin in the South of South Tyrol!