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Idyllic Holiday homes in the cultural slopes of South Tyrol

Pining after the beauty of rural tranquillity but keen to experience the joie de vivre of Mediterranean activity? Then a holiday home in South Tyrol couldn't be more perfect. The region combines the glory of mountain slopes with cultural wines, traditional foods, and winter sports. Here the rural splendour of the Dolomites overlooks lush valleys full of vineyards, traditional towns, and local markets. So holiday in South Tyrol: a place where the people are as welcoming as the scenery.

Book your very own winter playground

For those in need of excitement and activity, book a holiday apartment here in winter. Known as the region of winter sports, this long standing tradition does not disappoint. At Ortler Skiarena, family ski instructors are readily available and look after you, whatever your experience of the area, and the 130 Toboggan runs that race around South Tyrol can provide days of entertainment. Cross country skiers can enjoy trails stretching over 1,300 km right outside your holiday apartment while those who need something more high octane can engage in the Dolomiti Superski circuit which will bring you back to the region time after time.

Rent a traditional taste of culture

Tradition and style blend perfectly in the form of South Tyrol's North Italian Alpine huts. Perfectly in keeping with the cultural heritage of their surrounding towns, these huts are also home to some Michelin star chefs who provide the perfect end to a day's trekking or skiing. Whatever your budget, food is a big selling point and the area's 300 sunny days are well exploited by 8000 local fruit farms. The local pork delicacy, speck, is both aromatic and tender and is well accompanied by the 20 types of grape growing in South Tyrol's vineyards, many of which are open to visitors. If you want a holiday home in a winter wonderland or a summer paradise, then South Tyrol is beckoning you. It is an escape to the slopes that you won't want to miss.