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Spring in South Tyrol

Pleasures for all the senses! Apple blossom, asparagus of Terlan or skiing in the sun… Experiencing springtime in South Tyrol is an impressing adventure for everyone.

Whether you choose the holiday region of Vinschgau, Southern South Tyrol, Eisacktal, the Dolomites or Tauferer Ahrntal, every part of South Tyrol offers particular highlights for the spring.

For example in the area of Dolomiti Superski you still go skiing, while in other South Tyrolean regions the spring arrives already in March. In the so called “Spring Valley” in Southern South Tyrol you will even find thousands of crocuses, lilies and other “heralds of spring”, sprouting from the cold earth.

For gourmets, we recommend the gastronomic weeks in spring: Enjoy for instance the asparagus weeks in Terlan, the “Eisacktal Fine Cuisine Festival” in Eisacktal and all over South Tyrol the farm taverns, offering unforgettable gourmet experiences.

The most colourful highlight of South Tyrolean spring is undoubtedly the apple blossom in Meran and surroundings and in Vinschgau. During the blossom the orchards turn into a pink or white perfumed sea of flowers. We recommend experiencing this natural spectacle on one of the many water paths or on biking trails.

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Recommended accommodations:

Quellenhof Luxury Resort Passeier
Pseirerstraße 47 - 39010 - St. Martin bei Meran
+39 0473 645474
Schlosshof Charme Hotel & Resort
Jaufenstr. 10 (Einfahrt Feldgatterweg, Nordseite) - 39011 - Lana bei Meran
+39 0473 561469
Apple Blossom
Apple Blossom

Apple Blossom in Bozen

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Local mountain of St. Martin in Thurn

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Flowers in Meran
Flowers in Meran


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Vals in summer
Vals in summer

In summer in South Tyrol windows are decorated with beautiful colorful flowers.

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Spinges is located above Mühlbach, on the opposite of Natz.

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The Malerhaus in spring
The Malerhaus in spring

The school was founded in 1719.

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