The sunny side of the street gets things going in the sunny village. Where there is a thematic path devoted to the sun, a sun playground with Kneipp hydrotherapy facilities, an “art of the sun” exhibition in the village center, and natural solariums, then one fact is just a logical conclusion: Terento-Terenten can be proud and pleased to have the longest sunshine in all of South Tyrol-Südtirol. So it is not such a surprise that the residents are a group that also has a sunny disposition.
The view of the land and working the land are closed tied together in Terento. Farming traditions are lovingly maintained, just as they have always been. Grain is still milled into flour here in the old mills on the Rio Terento-Terner Bach stream. That which is baked from it can be tasted within the setting of the Terner Schmelzpfandl (“Terento Melting Pot” Culinary Week).
Being active outdoors is not hard to do in Terento – a good many of the sights worth seeing have to be reached for the first time by foot: whether it is visiting the old mills or the mysterious earth pyramids, whether it is taking a trip to the old Aschburg ruins or one of the deep blue lakes – whoever wants to listen to curious legends and magical stories will take the path by foot. And then winter will turn the village of sun into a village of snow. Thankfully, the famous Plan de Corones-Kronplatz is just around the corner. And those who would still like to practice for the first time with the number one among ski areas can take the Panorama lift right in the village. This miniature ski area is quiet, cozy, and perfect for the whole family. Just like the village itself. Peaceful and radiant, it is perfectly posed there: the transition from a natural landscape to a cultural one is seamless and harmonious.