Let your holiday in Tirolo begin...
Welcome to a magical place high above the rooftops of the garden-city of Merano. Here on our sunny high plateau, where the Val Passiria and the Val Venosta meet, the „Meraner Land - Meran and Environs“ lies at your feet. Discover an eclectic hiking world with endless, beautiful forest paths and fantastic high mountain tours.
Do you know the colours of spring?
In spring, Tirolo, near, Merano gets flooded by a sea of pink-white flowers, an endless ocean of apple blossoms. The warm sunshine here on the southern face of the Alps invites you to enjoy nature.
For a summer holiday in the South Tyrolean mountains...
Summer is a time for summiteers. High up in the mountains of Merano, a breath-taking display of nature. Unique panoramic views, fresh mountain lakes, lush meadows and babbling mountain streams – here everything invites you to linger. And down in the valley – in your hotel near Merano you can enjoy the wellness area, soak up the sun and relax in the cool waters of our pools. In the evening, enjoy one of the many musical events Meran and Environs offers, anything from jazz and classical concerts to exciting open-air theatre shows... and much more. On your holiday in Tirolo, you'll find a varied entertainment program for every taste.
Experience autumn in South Tyrol ...
Autumn is the season to indulge. When the landscape all around dresses in warm reds and yellows, it's time to indulge into an authentic South Tyrolean treat. Freshly picked apples and grapes, freshly squeezed grape juice, young wine and the sweet scent of roasted chestnuts.
Wintertime – Christmas time in Meran and Environs
The winter brings peaceful silence to the Meraner Land. Nature enjoys a rest and people seek for a warm shelter. The South Tyrolean Christmas markets invite you to linger, unwind and take on the festive season.
Castle Tirolo / Brunnenburg
Via the Falknerweg, you can reach the town's most popular landmark, the castle that gave the land its name: Castle Tirolo. The castle that towers over the Merano basin houses the Provincial Museum of Culture and History of South Tyrol. A permanent exhibition offers an exciting insight into the history of South Tyrol from prehistoric times until now.
Right below „Schloss Tirol“ lies the Brunnenburg, which houses the Agricultural Museum and can also be reached via the Falknerweg. Recently, a selection of endangered domestic animal breeds was added to the Agricultural museum of the Brunnenburg. Here you can see and admire rare pets such as the Mangalitza pig, Zackel sheep, spectacle sheep, peacock goats and rare chickens, ducks and geese.
Bird care centre and birds of prey show
You'll find the „Schloss Tirol bird care centre“ directly on the castle hill. The centre's most important task is to save injured wild birds, take care of them and, if possible, return them to the wild.
Particularly fascinating and very popular among children, teenagers and even adults, are the flight demonstrations with birds of prey and owls. These take place from late March to early November, twice a day between 11:15 and 15:15.
Minigolf in Tirolo
The minigolf course in Tirolo is the perfect place to unwind and have fun! Located right at the entrance of town, the minigolf course is within walking distance from our hotel. The Tirolo minigolf course is a popular meeting point for families and for all those who want to bring some zest into their life.
Churches in Tirolo
St. Peter parish church - St. John the Baptist parish church - St. Rupert Church. There are three churches in Dorf Tirol. The St. Peter's Church, which dates back to Carolingian times, the Romanesque main church of St. John and the small Gothic church of St. Rupert.
Dorf Tirol's themed routes
Apple route, Wine route, Falknerpromenade and Herrschaftsweg trail.
Explore the village and the surrounding area on one of the many circular paths while enjoying your holiday in Tirolo. Whether you're visiting in spring in the apple blossom season or during the Törggele time in autumn - enjoy nature at its best and many cultural activities in Tirolo.
The Gasthaus Longfall is a small family business, which serves good, hearty South Tyrolean food.
Round hike - Tirolo - Longfall - Kuens/Caines. From the town center, head towards the seminar, the Auer castle all the way to the Tirolerkreuz. Then follow the signs to Longfall. Continue on the Kuenser Waalweg to Kuens/Caines. From here, you can take the guest-bus back to Tirolo.
The cable car takes you from Tirolo to the Hochmuth in just 5 minutes (650 - 1400 m). Enjoy the breath-taking mountain landscape and unique panoramic views over Merano and the Adige Valley. Discover the many walking and hiking tours, including easy circular hikes and harder hikes to the Spronser Lakes and the peaks of the Texel Mountains. „Hochmut“ offers the perfect scenario for exciting paraglider flights.
Spronser Lakes – Meran and Environs
The Spronser Lakes are part of the largest high-alpine lake district in South Tyrol, located in the heart of the largest nature park in South Tyrol, the Texel Group Nature Park. These supply Merano with most of its drinking water. The Spronser Lakes are a popular destination for experienced hikers.