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Alps Holidays in South Tyrol: enjoy the moment

High above the city of Merano on a sunny plateau

Your Alps Holidays at the Hotel Patrizia, in the small village of Tirol immersed in vineyards and orchards,  and with an impressive panoramic view on the surrounding mountains, will be just memorable.

With 300 sunny days a year, our hotel on the Italian Alps of South Tyrol, pampers its guests in with a mild, Mediterranean climate and southern lifestyle.

In addition to beautiful views, you can expect also special encounters with an eventful history, an impressive culture and a nature of rare beauty.

The Alps and South Tyrol promises you pleasant, eventful and enjoyable active holiday in an untouched nature. In spring be ready for hiking and Nordic walking, in summer for excursions, bike tours and lake holidays, in autumn for Törggelen (traditional chestnuts harvest events) and food&wine tours, in winter for panoramic ski holidays. Discover South Tyrol through our interactive map.

We have chosen a selection of attractions in the Alps and Dolomites of South Tyrol for you. Our village and the whole region are rich in history and breathtaking locations, which are all just waiting to be discovered!

  • Tirol Castle

    Tirol Castle is always worth a visit! Children and adults alike gain an insight into castle life and the history of the Tyrol region! The encircling wall, which was constructed in 1100, is one of the oldest remaining preserved castle walls. The marble portals and frescoes in the chapel are also part of the castle's ancient splendour. The Museum of Archaeology provides visitors with an overview of the first settlements in the Alpine region, while a fully intact melting furnace dating from the Bronze Age is also on display.

  • Bird sanctuary

    The Dorf Tirol bird sanctuary is located right next to Castle Tyrol. Visitors can gain an insight into the life of a bird of prey. The centre's task is to nurse helpless and injured birds back to health so that they can be released back into the wild.

  • Burglehen Park

    The park at the entrance to the Dorf Tirol holiday resort is perfect for some relaxation and enjoyment. Surrounded by orchards and vineyards, the park offers a 360° panoramic view of the surrounding area and a natural pond.

  • Falknerpromenade walking route

    The Falknerpromenade walking route leads from the centre of the village to Castle Tyrol and offers a unique panoramic view of the valley communities.

  • St. Peter's Parish Church

    St. Peter's Parish Church in Dorf Tirol is a rare example of a cross-vaulted dome with central nave and side naves. It is also home to several exquisite Roman and Gothic frescoes.

  • Brunnenburg Castle

    This castle is said to have got its name due to a nearby spring (Brunnen). This 13th century fortification is located on a glacial hill between the village and Castle Tyrol. Nowadays Brunnenburg Castle is home to the South Tyrolean Agricultural Museum and is a centre for cultural events.