Kronplatz Region: Antholzertal – Gais-Uttenheim – Gais-Villa Ottone – St. Martin in Thurn – Bruneck


This is an excerpt from the book “Südtirol and Dolomites”.

Pre da Peres, Anthorlzental - Photo © mel.2405
Pre da Peres, Anthorlzental – Photo © mel.2405

 

12 villages situated in the heart of the “Pustertal” provide a quiet attractive holiday arrangement. In the Kronplatz Holiday Region everybody can find that particular holiday atmosphere he is looking for, quiet places for those who want to be the own and get away of the venal stressing continue of city life.

Antholzertal

The romantic Anthorlzental, the Anterselva valley, one of the most beautiful and unspoiled valleys in South Tyrol, is appreciated by people who want to be in the heart of nature.

This valley with its majestic mountains is the right place for anyone who wants to relax as well as for ramblers and skiers!

Gais-Uttenheim – Gais-Villa Ottone

Spend the most beautiful time of the year in our town surrounded by a landscape of indescribable harmony and natural diversity….. An entertaining and eventful holiday is guaranteed from the middle of May to the middle of October: “Trips, excursions – that’s what to do in the hiking paradise on the sunny side of the Zillertaler Alps”. Here you can go on excursions and hiking up to three-thousand-meter mark.

Where to stay in Gais-Villa Ottone

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

St Martin in Thurn - Photo © Buferanera
St Martin in Thurn – Photo © Buferanera

St. Martin in Thurn

We are delighted that you have chosen to spend your most beautiful time of the year in San Martino in Badia.
In our resort you can enjoy a wonderful holiday, far away from mass tourism, and indulge in your favorite sports and leisure activities.

San Martino in Badia, Antermoia and Longiare’, three charming villages in the heart of the Dolomites, the so-called “Pale Mountains”, await you.

Our family-run establishments will endeavour to give you an interesting insight into Ladin history, tradition, culture and cuisine.

Holidaying in San Martino in Badia means: hiking in the marvellous Parco Naturale Puez-Odle (nature reserve), relaxing in idyllic countryside, discovering the charm of ancient cultures and enjoying some unforgettable winter days in the Dolomiti Superski ski region!

Where to stay in St. Martin in Thurn

There are quality hotels, condo hotels, farm stays and B&Bs available, check them out and make a reservation here.

Bruneck Evangelical Church - Photo © diegudrun
Bruneck Evangelical Church – Photo © diegudrun

Bruneck

Colorful like the seasons – its central location is not the only reason for the picturesque town of Bruneck being the heart and soul of the verdant Puster Valley.

The Gader Valley extends towards the mountain world of the Dolomites in the south, the Ahrn Valley meets the glacier world of the Zillertaler Alps in the north. A small big world as colorful as the seasons and whose range of recreational activities is practically inexhaustible. Numerous natural recreational and sports activities 365 days a year are just as alluring as the many equally popular successful sports and cultural events.

Bruneck was first mentioned in a document in 1256. Shortly afterwards Bruneck became the economical center of the Puster Valley. Today, our town is geared towards the tourism trade and offers all of the prerequisites necessary for an interesting, varied, relaxing vacation. There are over 4,000 beds available in all categories in Bruneck, Reischach, St. Georgen, Stegen, Aufhofen, Dietenheim, Luns, Amaten and Percha.

In addition, there are cozy cafes and restaurants as well as the Stadtgasse, one of the most beautiful shopping streets in the South Tyrol.

Where to stay in Bruneck

There are quality hotels, apartments, B&Bs and condo hotels available, check them out and make a reservation here.


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