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Holidays in Nals

Rest, relaxation, entertainment … this is what you will find in Nals on the South Tyrolean Wine Route, where the sun shines almost the whole year round.

The municipality of Nals is located at about 15 km from the centres of Meran and Bozen, that can both be reached by car, train or bus. Nals is known for its mild climate, vineyards and orchards and also for its lush rose gardens, the picturesque village in the valley of Etschtal is also called village of roses.

Schwanburg Castle in Nals
Schwanburg Castle in Nals

Schwanburg Castle has one of the oldest private wineries in South Tyrol.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Nals
Nals

A wonderful view in direction of Bozen.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Payersberg Castle in Nals
Payersberg Castle in Nals

Payersberg Castle was built in the 13th century and is located high above Nals.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander

Culture & activities in the area of Nals

The village of Nals is located at the ancient Roman road Via Claudia Augusta. This was proven by the archaeological find of a Roman building. Today, Nals is located at the eponymous long-distance cycle path along Etsch river.

St. Ulrich parish church is more than 700 years old. During restoration works in the nineties, mortal remains were found under the church, witnessing that Nals was already settled in the 13th century.

Lovers of hiking and biking are offered numerous easy and adventurous tours, along rustic farms, forts and castles of the area. In fact, Schwanburg Castle is one of the most beautiful castles in the area with one of the oldest wineries in South Tyrol. Above Nals, you can also find the remnants of Payersberg Castle.

Moreover, Nals on the South Tyrolean Wine Route has plenty of proposals for sports lovers – from mini golf, to swimming, riding and tennis. Travellers mainly look forward to the hearty hospitality by the inhabitants and hosts in Nals. Among the culinary highlights every year are the asparagus weeks in spring and the “Törggelen” tradition in autumn.

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Schwanburg Castle in Nals
Schwanburg Castle in Nals

Schwanburg Castle has one of the oldest private wineries in South Tyrol.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Payersberg Castle in Nals
Payersberg Castle in Nals

Payersberg Castle was built in the 13th century and is located high above Nals.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Spring in Nals
Spring in Nals

In Nals on the South Tyrolean wine route, the nature spectacle of apple blossom in spring attracts numerous visitors.

© TV Nals Raiffeisen - Karin Micheli
Nals on the wine route
Nals on the wine route

The small holiday resort of Nals is a good starting point for bike tours, excursions and hikes.

© TV Nals Raiffeisen - Karin Micheli
Winter in Nals near Meran
Winter in Nals near Meran

Nals is a good starting point for excursions to Meran or Bozen.

© TV Nals Raiffeisen - Andreas Marini
Nals in winter
Nals in winter

Also, the fruit orchards and vineyards of Nals can be covered in snow in winter.

© TV Nals Raiffeisen - Andreas Marini
Nals
Nals

A wonderful view in direction of Bozen.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander

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