News Feed

Pellentesque pellentesque pharetra lacus, eget aliquet mi mattis eu. Cum sociis natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Nullam ut mi in dui consectetur egestas eget vitae odio. Morbi ut ligula arcu.

Coronavirus situation in South Tyrol

Coronavirus situation in South Tyrol

Here you find all useful information regarding the Coronsvirus situation in South Tyrol. Please check out these websites:

For tourism and travel questions:

Latest updates from the South Tyrol government: 
(unfortunately in our official languages German, Italian and Ladin only)

We hope to have you back here soon!

Changing of opening hours

Changing of opening hours

For the moment, these are our opening hours:

Monday 08:00 – 20:00
Tuesday closed (except during high season/holidays then 08:00 – 20:00)
Wednesday 08:00 – 20:00
Thursday 08:00 – 20:00
Friday 08:0 – 20:00
Saturday 08:00 – 20:00
Sunday 08:00 – 20:00

Thank you for your comprehension.

Mamma Luisa’s hardest walk

Mamma Luisa’s hardest walk

It’s two weeks now that mamma Luisa is hospitalized in Bolzano, soon I’ll explain more, but although I tried hard to get hold of relatives and friends, answer all phone calls and messages, I was really upset when our family doctor called and said he was trying the get hold of me for more than 10 days without any result! This  is why I write this post and I’ll update it whenever changes with mamma occur.Read more

Spring is around the corner!

It’s that time of the year again, when days are finally getting longer, daylight is changing and temperatures are rising. Spring is around the corner! The snow is melting, skiing tracks slowly disappear and tourists leave and just come back in summer again, the Antholz valley and its surroundings turn quiet again.

But with the snow melting, higher paths and trails are released again, and we can finally go back on hours-long walks and bike-rides in our beloved mountains. There’s nothing more beautiful than seeing nature awaken up here in mountains! If tourists only knew what they miss in spring.

Your Reviews
Minus 21,9 t CO2!
Veronikas Erdbeeren
Little Tibet

Little Tibet

Like every morning I drove my car from Oberrasen to Antholz.  After two days of heavy rain today we woke up to this scenery. Travelers sometimes call our valley “little Tibet” – here you can see why! And while I was driving, the radio started playing Jack Johnson’s “Upside down”.

“(…) I’ll share this love I find with everyone
We’ll sing and dance to Mother Nature’s songs
I don’t want this feeling to go away. (…)
– Jack Johnson

Can you think of a better start into your day? 🙂


Morning “noise”