Petersberg: mountain idyll
On a small hill of Deutschnofen, lies the village of Petersberg, a small village of just over 600 inhabitants surrounded by forests of conifers and nearly pristine nature!
Those who love peaceful holiday away from traffic and noise in Petersberg will satisfy their desire. Petersberg is located at 1,380 meters above sea level and guest traditional houses and farms.
Pilgrimage to Petersberg
In Petersberg there is the Sanctuary of Maria Weißenstein, one of the most famous pilgrimages in South Tyrol. In the Sanctuary you can admire a beautiful Baroque church of the seventeenth century and wonderful panorama that sweeps across the Ortler, Sciliar and Rosengarten.
Among the distinguished visitors of the sanctuary: Pope John Paul I, who spent his summer holidays in the Sanctuary and Pope John Paul II, who visited it in 1988.
A meeting place for golfers
Despite its relatively isolated position, in Petersberg there is one of the most beautiful golf courses in South Tyrol. The field is 18-hole, made by the architect Marco Croce. Fairways are bordered by ancient pines and hidden greens require precise and sensitive, a game that will test even the most experienced players!