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Autumn farm holidays in South Tyrol – A feast for all senses

Autumn farm holidays in South Tyrol – A feast for all senses

The autumn in South Tyrol is devoted to the very popular tradition of “Törggelen“. During this ancient custom, the farms and taverns in South Tyrol create the finest culinary specialties from local ingredients. These are then served accompanied by young wine and delicious apple juice for the kids, produced in the autumn from the fruits of the beautiful orchards. The tradition of Törggelen also invites you to take Törggelen hikes. Locals and tourists walk from farm to farm and from host to host, and enjoy hearty dishes, fresh donuts and roasted chestnuts. The autumn forests shine in many colours, transforming these walks into not only a culinary delight, but also an unforgettable feast for the eyes.

Sports activities in stunning mountain landscapes

Sports activities in stunning mountain landscapes

On the farm, autumn is also the time of harvest. The last fruits need to be reaped, and the fields and gardens are prepared for the winter. The days are getting shorter and the nights are cool, but now the weather conditions in the mountains are simply perfect for wonderful hiking tours! The air is very clear and the views are unspoiled on autumn days. The summer storms are over and the last warm days can be enjoyed until well into October, thanks to the Mediterranean climate in South Tyrol. The cooler autumn days are the ideal time for cyclists and mountain bikers to fully enjoy the more than 1,000 kilometres of bicycle and mountain biking trails in the holiday region Plan de Corones. Leisurely bike paths and challenging mountain trails await you near the farm Unterplunerhof.