Experience the winter in South Tyrol

Winter is about to start again. So where better to go than to South Tyrol. With the arrival of many new services and the coolest Christmas markets, there is always something going on here. So get your winter gear together and come and enjoy an unforgettable winter holiday in this beautiful region.

Discover the new black slope in Kronplatz

The new black slope in Kronplatz will open in December 2022. This challenging slope has it all. In around 1450 metres, you will cover an altitude difference of 425 metres. This new slope promises to give you a real adrenaline rush, including descents at angles of up to 70 degrees. Do you dare? Read more about this new slope here.

Enjoy even more comfort with the renovated cable car in Sterzing/Vipiteno

The 35-year-old cable car on local mountain Rosskopf in Sterzing is currently being renovated. The renovation will be completed in time for the new 2022-2023 ski season. The ski lift will get new gondolas that can accommodate up to 10 people. Both stations will also get a refurbishment. Want to know more about this revamped cable car? Click here and read more about it immediately.

Discover Seiser Alm/ Val Gardena

A new 6-seater ski lift replaces the current 2-seater in Seiser Alm/ Val Gardena. The 6-seater features luxury additions such as seat heating, takes a shorter time to get to the top and can carry more. Renovation of this ski lift began in autumn 2021. Before the winter season starts in South Tyrol, the lift will be completed. Want to read more about this new ski lift? Read more here.

The Seiser Alm in the Dolomites is a wonderful destination for a varied winter sport. Enjoy beautiful slopes while the sun shines on your face. This area is suitable for skiers of all levels. Whether you are on the slopes for the first time or have practised many times. In Seiser Alm, everyone enjoys it to the fullest. Together with Val Gardena, the ski area comprises as many as 181 kilometres of slopes and 79 lifts. It is therefore not for nothing the largest ski area in the Dolomites. Adventurous ski tours like the Seiser Alm Ronda, the Seiser Alm/Val Gardena Ronda and the Sellaronda take you on a day trip through the Dolomites. Will you come and experience it?

Discover the fantastic area of Obereggen

Spectacular vistas, challenging slopes, special hiking trails and many other opportunities to enjoy a unique winter sport, you will find it in Obereggen. What was already a fantastic winter sports destination has now become even better. The "Campanil" chairlift has up to six seats instead of two to get winter sports enthusiasts onto the slopes even faster. This lift takes you to a brand new blue piste that is up to 700 metres long.

Or will you try out the "Zanggen ll" piste? This slope offers enough space to perfect your ski and snowboard skills. With a length of 700 metres and an average width of 30 metres, this slope offers more than enough space for beginners and advanced skiers. The slope has an average drop of 30 per cent with peaks of up to 44 per cent. At the end of a long day on the slopes, it is time to relax in the new mountain hut 'In. Treska'. In this small hut, you will enjoy spectacular views.

Experience an unforgettable Christmas in South Tyrol

Christmas feels like a fairytale when you stroll through South Tyrol's markets. Everywhere you see twinkling lights, Christmas trees and the most delicious smells pass you by. With a warm freshly baked biscuit in your hand and a hot chocolate with whipped cream, you will experience an unforgettable Christmas. Apart from the five original South Tyrolean Christmas markets in Bolzano, Meran, Brixen, Sterzing and Bruneck, there are also cosy Christmas markets in many other places this year. Want to know which markets are there this year? Then click here.

Besides the fact that the Christmas markets are of course great to visit, from the organisation's point of view they are also working to make them more sustainable. The Christmas markets are therefore certified as a Green Event. This means paying attention to value creation of the region, using resources efficiently and ensuring a good waste policy. Markets must also be easily accessible and the organisation's social responsibility is considered. Want to know more about this certificate and the steps markets take to comply? Read more here.

Discover several highlights of Christmas in South Tyrol

Every winter, Lake Carezza in the Dolomites hosts a unique Christmas market. Here you will find traditional wooden huts selling regional products. Surrounded by snow and ice sculptures, you will enjoy the Christmas magic. Discover the offer now and stay in this beautiful area in a unique atmosphere.

Do you prefer an evening out in Brixen? Then let yourself be taken into the story of Liora and Monsieur TickTack during a special light musical. In just 20 minutes, you will be taken through a spectacular performance. Will you come and enjoy? Read more about the special performance here.

Special offer for Christmas

Enjoying Christmas in South Tyrol is something we all want, of course! With these offers you will enjoy even more and it is guaranteed to be a top holiday.

Dolomiti superski, receive a free day of skiing when booking 3 days.
Ski special, receive 50% discount on ski passes or hike tickets
Welcome weekend, receive a discount on your ski pass
Free ski pass week in Ahrntal, receive a free ski pass when booking a holiday

New accommodation in South Tyrol

Are you still looking for accommodation for the coming winter period? This year again, there are many new accommodations where you will really relax. Where would you like to stay?

New for families:

- Hotel Familiamus
- Movi Family Apart Hotel (4-star superior) in Corvara
New for a workation:

- Ama stay
New luxury accommodation:

- Badia Hill Hotel
- Amus Chalets

About South Tyrol

South Tyrol is Italy's northernmost province and lies on the southern side of the Alps. The mountains in this area are known as the Dolomites. It is sunny as many as 300 days a year, making it the ideal destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Culinary delights are certainly possible in this area, which has the highest density of Michelin stars per square kilometre in Italy. South Tyrol's rich and turbulent history means there is much to visit and admire culturally. For more information on South Tyrol, visit https://www.suedtirol.info/nl