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Farm Holidays in Meran and environs
Farm Holidays in Meran and environs

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Meran and environs

Farm Holidays in Meran and environs

A Farm Holiday in Meran and environs provides alternating Mediterranean atmosphere and Alpine landscapes. Added to this are culture and culinary treats. 
 

Planning a holiday in Meran and environs does not appear to be an easy undertaking at first glance. There are too many options. Where to go? To the garden village of Algund with the largest brewery in the country, to Burgstall with its Nature Museum, to Dorf Tirol in search of history and culture, or to the unique natural bathing lake at Gargazon? Lana, Tscherms, Marling and the spa town itself have a lot to offer. Likewise nearby are the rose-growing village of Nals at the start of the South Tyrol Wine Road, and the villages on the way to the Vinschgau valley such as Naturns, Partschins and Plaus. Schenna and the Tisens high plateau feature lots of hours of sunshine. 

A Farm Holiday in Meran and environs provides alternating Mediterranean atmosphere and Alpine landscapes. Added to this are culture and culinary treats. 

Planning a holiday in Meran and environs does not appear to be an easy undertaking at first glance. There are too many options. Where to go? To the garden village of Algund with the largest brewery in the country, to Burgstall with its Nature Museum, to Dorf Tirol in search of history and culture, or to the unique natural bathing lake at Gargazon? Lana, Tscherms, Marling and the spa town itself have a lot to offer. Likewise nearby are the rose-growing village of Nals at the start of the South Tyrol Wine Road, and the villages on the way to the Vinschgau valley such as Naturns, Partschins and Plaus. Schenna and the Tisens high plateau feature lots of hours of sunshine. 

 

The choice ranges from hiking and mountain biking and cultural events and historical sights to shopping trips, as relaxation and enjoyment are part of a holiday, too. No matter where you spend your Farm Holiday, walks and cycling tours amidst historically significant buildings and places, cultural variety and a mix of Mediterranean and Alpine cuisine await you in Meran and environs.

 

Between palms and edelweiss
The climate is mild in these parts, yet even in summer snow still glitters on the mountain peaks. The plant world is as varied as the range of cultural events on offer. In the valley, palm trees, cypresses and olive trees thrive. The landscape is shaped by fruit and wine farming. Further up, these give way to meadows and sparse mixed forest, while alpine roses and edelweiß bloom higher up. This is a varied Farm Holiday which reflects the variety of Meran and its environs. Theatre performances, concerts, cultural events and modern cuisine encounters rural tradition again and again.


Hiking between valleys and mountains
"Meran and its environs make the ideal base for hikes and walks of all levels of difficulty. Whether staying in a holiday flat or room in the spa town of Meran or a village in the area, rambling will be a pleasure for the whole family here. There are fun themed walks for the children and lots of interesting information for adults, for example, about local fruit and wine farming. Plenty of promenades run through Meran in a leisurely manner and cyclists can go on gentle rides taking the various routes along water.
Families particularly appreciate the 'Waalweg' paths along irrigation channels in Meran during a Farm Holiday. 'Waale' are ancient irrigation channels that farmers used to carry water to dry slopes. Paths were laid alongside them to provide maintenance access. Nowadays, these paths make popular walking routes thanks to the varied landscape and their proximity to water and are accessible nearly all year round. Eleven of these paths have been combined to form the Meraner 'Waalrunde' circular route, which surrounds Meran, involving 80 kilometres in total.
Anyone wishing to get up higher can head for one of the many mountain pastures or tackle a mountain peak in Texelgruppe Nature Park.


There's always something going on here
Lots of cultural options round off a holiday staying at a holiday flat or room in Meran and environs. A number of people still make a living from fruit and wine farming here, and they take pains to uphold culture and tradition. A variety of events and exhibitions let guests participate in this attachment to customs and history. In addition, wine cellars and fruit cooperatives regularly open their doors for guided tours and tasting sessions.

 

 

Why you should take a Farm Holiday in Meran and environs:

  • Enjoyment of Mediterranean and Alpine cuisine
  • Ideal for hiking and cycling
  • The popular spa town of Meran

The choice ranges from hiking and mountain biking and cultural events and historical sights to shopping trips, as relaxation and enjoyment are part of a holiday, too. No matter where you spend your Farm Holiday, walks and cycling tours amidst historically significant buildings and places, cultural variety and a mix of Mediterranean and Alpine cuisine await you in Meran and environs.

 

Between palms and edelweiss
The climate is mild in these parts, yet even in summer snow still glitters on the mountain peaks. The plant world is as varied as the range of cultural events on offer. In the valley, palm trees, cypresses and olive trees thrive. The landscape is shaped by fruit and wine farming. Further up, these give way to meadows and sparse mixed forest, while alpine roses and edelweiß bloom higher up. This is a varied Farm Holiday which reflects the variety of Meran and its environs. Theatre performances, concerts, cultural events and modern cuisine encounters rural tradition again and again.


Hiking between valleys and mountains
Meran and its environs make the ideal base for hikes and walks of all levels of difficulty. Whether staying in a holiday flat or room in the spa town of Meran or a village in the area, rambling will be a pleasure for the whole family here. There are fun themed walks for the children and lots of interesting information for adults, for example, about local fruit and wine farming. Plenty of promenades run through Meran in a leisurely manner and cyclists can go on gentle rides taking the various routes along water.
Families particularly appreciate the 'Waalweg' paths along irrigation channels in Meran during a Farm Holiday. 'Waale' are ancient irrigation channels that farmers used to carry water to dry slopes. Paths were laid alongside them to provide maintenance access. Nowadays, these paths make popular walking routes thanks to the varied landscape and their proximity to water and are accessible nearly all year round. Eleven of these paths have been combined to form the Meraner 'Waalrunde' circular route, which surrounds Meran, involving 80 kilometres in total.
Anyone wishing to get up higher can head for one of the many mountain pastures or tackle a mountain peak in Texelgruppe Nature Park.


There's always something going on here
Lots of cultural options round off a holiday staying at a holiday flat or room in Meran and environs. A number of people still make a living from fruit and wine farming here, and they take pains to uphold culture and tradition. A variety of events and exhibitions let guests participate in this attachment to customs and history. In addition, wine cellars and fruit cooperatives regularly open their doors for guided tours and tasting sessions.

 

 

Why you should take a Farm Holiday in Meran and environs:

  • Enjoyment of Mediterranean and Alpine cuisine
  • Ideal for hiking and cycling
  • The popular spa town of Meran
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Sheer variety in Meran and environs

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Meran Spa: an oasis of wellbeing in the middle of Meran
Meran Spa
Oasis of wellbeing in the middle of Meran
Castle Tyrol: old walls with history
Castle Tyrol
Old walls with history
The Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle: flower power
Trauttmansdorff Castle
Flower power
Stoanerne Mandln: Mystical viewpoint
Stoanerne Mandln
Mystical viewpoint
Durnholzer See lake: A gem of nature
Durnholzer See lake
A gem of nature
Larch meadows on Salten: Unique cultural landscape
Larch meadows on Salten
Unique cultural landscape
South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology: the man from the ice
Ötzimuseum
The Man from the Ice
Messner Mountain Museum Firmian
MMM Firmian
How people experience mountains
Ritten Earth Pyramids: towers of loam and stone
Ritten Earth Pyramids
Elegant towers of loam and stone
Castelfeder: a Greek island in South Tyrol
Castelfeder
A Greek island in South Tyrol
Bletterbach gorge near Aldein: the Grand Canyon in miniature
Bletterbach gorge
The Grand Canyon in miniature
Ice Holes of Eppan: a refreshing change
Ice Holes of Eppan
A refreshing change
Montiggler Seen lakes: Eppan’s enchanted lakes
Montiggler Seen lakes
Eppan’s enchanted lakes
Kalterer See lake: the Alpine lake with southern flair
Kalterer See lake
The Alpine lake with southern flair
Frühlingstal valley near Montiggl: Vivaldi's muse
Frühlingstal valley
Vivaldi's muse
18-28
July
Wine Culture Week
Eppan on the Wine Road
10
August
Night of the Shooting Stars
Karneid
14-17
August
Kaltern Wine Festival
Kaltern on the Wine Road
15
August
Ritten Ascension Day Festival
Ritten
August
St Batholomew’s Day Cattle Drive
Ritten
01
September
Montan Gourmet Mile
Montan
01
September
Sarntal Town Festival
Sarntal
September
Bozen Old Town Festival
Bozen
15
September
‘Schupfen' Festival
Jenesien
October
Last load of grapes
Eppan on the Wine Road
19
October
Tramin Wine Alleys
Tramin on the Wine Road
19
October
Harvest Thanksgiving Festival
Bozen
28-06
Nov/Jan
Bozen Christmas Market
Bozen
29-30
Nov/Dec
Fri - Sun during Advent incl. 07.12., 27.12. & 30.12.
Ritten Christmas Train
Ritten
04
March
Egetmann Procession
Tramin on the Wine Road
16-19
May
Pinot Noir Day
Neumarkt
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