Holidays in Sarntal
Sarntal is one of the longest valleys in South Tyrol, starting north of Bozen and stretching about 50 km northward to the mountain pass Penser Joch and the city of Sterzing. The largest municipality of South Tyrol in terms of surface has 28 districts and about 7,000 inhabitants.
In addition to the principal town Sarnthein, located at 961 m above sea level, the municipality of Sarntal has several other hamlets, such as Astfeld, Reinswald, Durnholz, Rabenstein, Weißenbach, Pens and many more.
During your stay in Sarntal there are so many things to see, to hear, to discover! The inhabitants of Sarntal are known for their nice dialect and for the so called “Sarner” – typical, hand-knitted wool cardigans, but also for their sociability, their sense of humour and their cordial hospitality. In short: In Sarntal, all wishes will be satisfied.
Exploring the valley of Sarntal
In addition, they offer a very wide range of holiday activities for all senses. Relax with products made of Sarntal mountain pines or look forward to culinary pleasures and entertainment during the traditional country fair in Sarntal.
Sarntal is not only known for many interesting customs, but also for traditional handicraft. If you are interested, you can buy wood-carved, wood-turned, embroidered or weaved products here. These are also offered during the magical Alpine Advent in Sarntal.
Hikers and mountain bikers should absolutely make a tour to the legendary stone cairns.
As well at Lake Durnholz, many walking paths and MTB trails invite to discover the idyllic natural landscape of Sarntal Valley.
The nature educational trail "Urlesteig" path in Reinswald is a giant outdoor adventure park for families. The various stages of the path are partially suitable for strollers and dedicated to different topics.