Our home

We are situated close to the village centre of Villanders, which gives us the extra comfort of being able to visit the shops and restaurants in the picturesque village on foot. Our village ranges from the banks of the Eisack river (481 m) up to the Villanderer mountain (2,509 m).

The lowlands are covered with vineyards, the midlands with grassland and the alpine pastures are mainly grazing land. You will also be enchanted by the breathtaking view of the Dolomites on the opposite side. It will be hard to find a more diversified hiking area.
Nature Wellness
The mountain village of Villanders is nestled in an enchanting natural landscape made up of meadows, forests and alpine pastures. The Villanderer hiking region opens on the banks of the Eisack River at 481 m and continues up to the Villanderer Mountain (2,509 m). The Villanderer Alm is pure hiking paradise:
Hiking & Mountaineering
There are endless hiking trails in our area; probably there are only a few that we haven't explored ourselves yet. Our Villanderer Alm is particularly impressive due to the simplicity of the terrain and the unique panorama. We are sure you will see for yourself: you will also come back to us enthused about the alpine pastures with their hospitable huts.
Mountain biking
Ambitious hobby mountain bikers will be fully satisfied. We are equipped with detailed maps and good tips on where to stop for refreshments. You can park your bike safely in our garage.
Ski tours
That is probably our number one hobby. When everything is a bit quieter on the farm in winter, there is nothing to keep us in the warmth of the house. The surrounding summit slopes tempt with powder snow in deep winter and firn in spring. The moderate climate of South Tyrol and the abundant snowfall promise skiing fun away from the ski slopes. Our tour book is filled with ski tours for all levels of difficulty.
Ski safari in the Dolomites
Skiing and winter hiking 
Benefit from the opportunity to leave your vehicle during the winter holiday and we will take you to another skiing and winter hiking area 7 days a week and for FREE. Let us show you the most picturesque skiing and hiking areas in the Dolomites. Our shuttle services pick you up directly from where you are staying. The journey back from the ski resorts usually takes place at 4:30 p.m. 

The Törggele season in South Tyrol begins as soon as almost all the grapes have been harvested and the vine leaves turn golden yellow. The locals even call this centuries-old custom their "fifth season", which involves comfortable autumn hikes across vineyards, chestnut groves, picturesque villages and mixed forests combined with culinary delights.