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Learning on holiday on the farm in South Tyrol
Learning on holiday on the farm in South Tyrol

Herbs, milk
and works of art
made of felt

Learning on the farm

Learning on the farm

Well worth knowing

Well worth knowing

On South Tyrol's farms, a piece of a perfect world is preserved. Much is still done according to old traditions and old knowledge is passed on. On a holiday on the farm, guests can also learn a lot and immerse themselves in the farming world.

On South Tyrol's farms, a piece of a perfect world is preserved. Much is still done according to old traditions and old knowledge is passed on. On a holiday on the farm, guests can also learn a lot and immerse themselves in the farming world.

The knowledge of medicinal plants is a valuable treasure that many women farmers learn from their mothers and grandmothers. All sorts of herbs grow in the farm garden, the effects of which are only revealed through the knowledge of the women farmers. Due to their unmistakable taste and their healing power, they are used in a variety of ways in everyday life. Herbs are grown, collected at the right time of year, dried and processed on almost every farm in South Tyrol. During a guided tour of the herb beds, guests embark on a journey into the wonderful world of herbs and listen to the secrets of the farmer.

 

The milk from the cows has always been processed on South Tyrolean farms. Originally to extend the shelf life of this valuable resource, tasty products were created that are still very popular today. On a farm holiday, guests have the opportunity to pound butter according to old tradition and make yoghurt or curd cheese from the fresh milk. Along the way, holidaymakers of all ages learn about the fascinating journey of milk.

 

You can learn a lot on a holiday on a farm in an apartment or room. During a felting lesson with the farmer, guests learn about the many different uses of sheep's wool. In the past, the technique of felting was used to make warm clothing from wool. This fine art is still preserved on the farms in South Tyrol and brought closer to the guests. Whilst felting, craftsmanship is put to the test, and with a great deal of intuitive flair small works of art are created from the wool.

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Fam. Mur  | Barbian  (Eisacktal valley)
Fruit growing, Wine growing, Vegetable growing, Soft fruit growing
breakfast
Product corner: fruit jams, cordial, fruit juice ...
Farm offers: farm garden tour, farm tour and produce tasting, guests can take from the farm garden ...
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Holiday flat from 210€ a night
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Fam. Oberhollenzer  | Mühlwald  (The Dolomites)
Livestock
breakfast, half board
Farm shop: milk, yoghurt, cheese ...
Farm offers: Experience everyday life on the farm, Helping out in the barn, Barn visits ...
5,0
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(15 Reviews)
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Holiday flat from 225€ a night
Eggerhöfe flower flower flower flower flower
Fam. Leitgeb  | Rasen-Antholz  (The Dolomites)
Livestock
breakfast
Product corner: milk, yoghurt, cheese ...
Farm offers: Experience everyday life on the farm, Helping out in the barn, Barn visits ...
4,9
"Very good"
(17 Reviews)
Holiday flat from 110€ a night
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The farms in South Tyrol are a true treasure trove of knowledge. During a holiday at the farm, you too will experience old traditions and the farming way of life up close.