Alpe di Siusi – Seiseralm – Sciliar Region

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Seiseralm
Seiseralm – Photo www.suedtirol.info

Welcome to the Sciliar Region, the sunny side of the Dolomites! In the protection of the Sciliar Massive, industrious farmers created a vital cultural landscape over the course of the centuries. This inviting region offers everything a visitor needs for rest and recreation. Lots of sunshine, healthy air, and the breath-taking beauty of the landscape make the Alpe di Siusi – Seiseralm in the Sciliar Region the ideal place to slow down and relax, in a cozy, family-oriented atmosphere, far from the hustle and bustle of the hectic world.

Surrounded by one of the most beautiful winter landscape imaginable, the Schlern Region has much to boast about. Modern means of transportation to the top, well-prepared ski slopes, ski courses and delightful winter trekking routes are all there in the Alpe di Siusi – Seiseralm for enthusiasts of winter sports.

Alpe di Siusi – Seiseralm, which slopes upwards gently to the south, has a surface area of nearly 52 square kilometers, and is situated between the Gardner Valley, the Schlern, and the Langkofel Group. This vast mountain refuge of Alpe di Siusi – Seiseralm offers nature lovers and sportsmen and women countless possibilities.

In the summer-time, numerous hiking trails wind their way through the green meadows of Alpe di Siusi – Seiseralm. The lush flora is in full blossom between mid-June and mid-July, and includes many rare species.

In the winter-time, the slopes of the Alpe di Siusi – Seiseralm are a paradise for skiers, snowboarders, bob-sled enthusiasts, snow hikers A breath-taking experience. Dolomiti Superski gives you the passes to ski on Alpe di Siusi – Seiseralm as well as all other Dolomiti slopes.

Kastelruth

Kastelruth

Kastelruth, the main town of the Schlern Region, on the road to Alpe di Siusi – Seiseralm, offers an inviting combination of picturesque little streets to stroll along, an idyllic village square where you can pause and absorb the atmosphere, as well as specialty stores, restaurants, and pastry shops.

Where to stay in Kastelruth

There are high quality hotels, farm stays, apartments and condo hotels available, check them out and make a reservation here.

Seiseralm
Seiseralm in winter – Photo www.suedtirol.info

Siusi

The sunny Alpine village of Siusi lies at the foot of the Sciliar Massive, at an elevation of 1,000 meters above sea-level. Amidst numerous meadows and woods, this tourist town is rich in tradition and the starting-point of the newly-constructed lift to the Alpe di Siusi – Seiseralm.

Where to stay in Siusi

There are high quality hotels, farm stays, apartments and condo hotels available, check them out and make a reservation here.

Fie’ allo Sciliar

Fie’ allo Sciliar

The rugged cliffs of the Dolomites tower over soft green pastures, wooden fences stretch over the undulating plateau and divide yet unify a unique landscape … – this is Fie’ allo Sciliar. The eclectic mix of majestic mountains and grassy fields, together with a rich cultural heritage makes Fie’ and its surrounding areas one of the most exciting holiday destinations in Europe.

The village of Fie’ allo Sciliar is situated on an extensive plateau at the foot of the world-famous Dolomites mountain range, overlooking the Eisacktal valley. Fie’ and its surrounding areas are dominated by the impressive Sciliar mountain, with an impressive view from Alpe di Siusi – Seiseralm, whose highly particular shape has made it the very symbol of South Tyrol.

Where to stay in Fie’ allo Sciliar

There are high quality hotels, farm stays, apartments and condo hotels available, check them out and make a reservation here.