at Valle Anterselva
We South Tyroleans do what we love and love what we do. Day after day, with a great deal of passion. That’s how we are, how we welcome guests, and how we make our local products.
In times like these, hope grows when we think about what binds us together: the love for simple things, for nature, for good food, for a good glass of wine. This love grows when we share it. And we’d like to share it with you.
In these times, we find hope in thinking about what connects us. About our mutual love for simple things. Love of Mother Nature, because she compels us to dream. Love of good food. A good glass of wine. And when we share this love with others, it grows even more.
Traditional games and local legends bring back happy childhood memories. Trying out Grandma’s recipe evokes a harmonious time at home. Virtual tours through the landscape remind us of nature’s mind-boggling beauty. And stories about personalities broaden our horizons.
We South Tyroleans love what we have. And it makes us happy to share it all with you.
The wind gently rustles in the highest treetops, and the timberwork of the old farmhouses quietly creaks. Otherwise, not a sound. It is tranquil in the Valle Anterselva-Antholzertal.
The unique natural landscape of the Vedrette di Ries Nature Park is alluring to all those who like to be active while discovering, with its tall peaks, waterfalls, the 44 hectare (109 acre) Lago d’Anterselva-Antholzer See lake, and an exciting backdrop of the Dolomites. In the summer, countless well-marked hiking trails of all kinds, from a stroll in the woods to a climb up the cliffs, are the perfect invitation to explore the landscape, whether on foot or with a mountain bike.
In the wintertime, it is tempting to cross the thick blanket of snow with winter boots, snowshoes, or any types of skis. Because indeed, the Valle Anterselva is above all else the valley of cross country skiing and biathlon sports. The Biathlon Center, along with the “Arena Alto Adige” in Anterselva di Sopra-Antholz Obertal, is the venue for the World Cup competition. When countries face off against each other and measure themselves in physical performance and mental concentration, the grandstands begin to rumble. And then, just once, it is no longer so quiet in the Valle Anterselva.
International railway and bus connections are offered as far as Fortezza-Franzensfeste in South Tyrol-Südtirol. Change there for the local rail line to the Val Pusteria-Pustertal valley.