The Antholz/Anterselva Valley region in South Tyrol
Experience Alpine charm & Mediterranean flair
Living traditions and magical nature
South Tyrol offers the unique combination of the best of two worlds, yet it has plenty of its own character. People have lived in seclusion in the region’s side valleys for centuries. As a result, local traditions and customs are still very much alive today and you can experience them up close on holiday in South Tyrol. More than 800 castles and palaces and many museums await culture enthusiasts. Meran/Merano, Bozen/Bolzano and Bruneck/Brunico are magical places with plenty of Italian flair and modern lifestyle: they are perfect if you just fancy strolling around.
Yet nature itself offers the most charm for holidaymakers in South Tyrol. Most notably, South Tyrol’s unique and beautiful Dolomites – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – are a picturesque backdrop for hikes, cycling trails or skiing adventures.
Summer holiday in South TyrolIt’s summer and you and your loved ones are going on holiday to the Antholz Valley. Idyllic Alpine landscapes and the wild, romantic mountain scenery make it the perfect place for a variety of sports and leisure activities all year round. You only need to step outside the Dolomit Family hotels to immerse yourself in the beauty of South Tyrol’s natural landscapes.
The Dolomit Family Resort is located in the middle of a genuine winter wonderland that has a unique range of winter sports activities for all ages and ability levels. For instance the Kronplatz/Plan de Corones mountain, South Tyrol’s no. 1 family ski region, has 185 km of slopes with heights ranging from 1,000 m to 2,275 m above sea level. Ski lovers will adore the Dolomiti Superski ski region with over 1,200 km of slopes.