Enchanting holidays in Salurn
Salurn is the gate to the south and in the same time it marks the border between Italian and German language area. Therefore, it is the southernmost village in South Tyrol.
Salurn enchants. The village is located under the romantic Haderburg Castle, embedded in lovely vineyards and orchards. Stately residences and castles dating back to renaissance and baroque characterize the picturesque centre of town and attest to the former importance of the village.
Also, around Salurn you can discover a lot of interesting places. For instance, you could follow the trace of the famous artist Albrecht Dürer, make an excursion to Buchholz or explore what several celebrities did during their stay in Salurn, among them Napoleon, Martin Luther or Ludwig Richter.
In spring, the environs of Salurn turns into a coloured sea of blooming apple trees. In mild summer evenings, many festivals and feasts take place and autumn it is time for vintage, apple harvest and the traditional “Törggelen” with all specialities from fields and wine cellars.