A paradise for nature lovers and connoisseurs South Tyrol
South Tyrol is a sensational and legendary landscape characterised by the contrast between alpine Alpine ranges and Mediterranean wine landscapes. The beauty of the Dolomites, recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, characterises this landscape, as does the unique quality of South Tyrolean specialities such as apples, wine and bacon. This is due to the mild climate with over 300 days of sunshine as well as the many years of experience of the farmers.
South Tyrol is thus one of the most sought-after places to live in Europe, where a sense of innovation and design can be felt alongside entrenched traditions. The people and their culture are what make South Tyrol northern Italy: The meeting of the Italian, German and Ladin languages as well as the geographical location as the northernmost region of Italy between Tyrol in the north and Trentino in the south contribute significantly to this.
Finally, the country is characterised by a special mixture of southern serenity and a rural sense of tradition - not least because of the influence of South Tyrolean characters and celebrities.