HOLIDAY PARADISE SOUTH TYROL
SOUTH TYROL – MEDITERRANEAN CLIMATE MEETS ALPINE AUTHENTICITY
South Tyrol presents a harmonic contrast of Italian flair and alpine scenery. Cypresses and olive trees characterise South Tyrol’s landscape just as much as quaint alpine huts and rugged rock faces. At the Hotel Lindenhof in Naturns near Merano, you experience the diversity of the nature paradise South Tyrol, surrounded by the Alps’ most beautiful open-air stage – the Dolomites, a World Cultural - heritage site.
HOLIDAYS IN SOUTH TYROL
The Hotel Lindenhof in Naturns near Merano with its vast Mediterranean garden and wellness area offers room for your dreams. Immerse yourself into South Tyrol’s culture during the DolceVita excursions and experience the traditions of the locals up close during one of the many guided tours through the Vinschgau District and the Merano Region.
ATTRACTIONS IN SOUTH TYROL
More details about the most beautiful attractions can be obtained directly from the Lindenhof Team at the Wellness Hotel Lindenhof. Send us an enquiry with your requests or ask at the reception about more tips for excursions and event tips.
SOUTH TYROL HOLIDAYS – ROOM ONLINE BOOKING
Naturns in South Tyrol – 315 days of sunshine per year
Naturns in South Tyrol attracts with more than 315 days of sunshine per year and is one of the sunniest locations in the Eastern Alps. The mild climate and Mediterranean flair provide optimal conditions for active, relaxing and varied holidays at the Wellness & Design Hotel Lindenhof.
Naturns in the Vinschgau District, South Tyrol
The market town of Naturns is situated at 554 metres above sea level and has approximately 6.000 inhabitants. The town is about 12 kilometres away from the main town Merano. Naturns is part of the Vinschgau District and is under the administration of the Burggrafenamt.
Holiday area Merano Region in South Tyrol
The holiday area Merano Region consists of 15 resorts and 5 ski resorts. All of the 15 resorts attract with their cultural and scenic variety. The Merano Basin is situated at the edge of the Texel Mountains and, due to the protection of several three thousand metres high mountains, benefits from an exceptionally mild climate.