Italy’s northernmost province, South Tyrol, is a region of contrasts: the imposing high altitude towers of the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites with the vines in the valley, medieval old town alleys with modern architecture, southern serenity with Alpine down-to-earthness, rural traditions with innovative spirit. South Tyrol inspires with this unique way of life shared across three languages, a monumental landscape and outstanding culinary delights.
South Tyrol has the highest density of Michelin-starred chefs in Italy. Our gour-met chefs focus on the essentials: fresh, preferably regional ingredients and their flair for authentic Alpine-Mediterranean creations.
South Tyrol is a year-round destination. Whether it is an unforgettable family holiday in autumn, mountain hikes in summer or enjoyable skiing in winter, South Tyrol offers a variety of activities for sporty holidaymakers all year round.
The energy in South Tyrol is mainly generated from renewable sources and the region attaches great importance to energy-efficient buildings and local products.