A high plateau with guaranteed views
If you want the best out of your holiday in South Tyrol, Meransen is just right for you. It is in a healthy location, 1,414 meters up in the mountains, on a sunny south-facing plateau right at the entrance to the Puster valley. Whatever you are looking for from South Tyrol – you can find it on our hotel doorstep.
Südtirol Urlaub Südtirol Ferien Panoramaansicht Dolomiten Hotel Meransen In summer: the Gitschberg-Jochtal pasture region
There are over 40 pastures and huts close by. There is any number of walking, hiking and trekking trails of all degrees of difficulty, as well as high-level paths and gentle forest walks. If you want, after your ascent just drop into one of the rustic huts where a South Tyrolean marende will taste simply wonderful! In winter: the Gitschberg Jochtal ski region
In winter Meransen becomes a welcoming ski area. The lifts to the Gitschberg bring skiers up to the wonderful views from the sunny summit of the Gitsch, famous for its rapid descents, cosy après-ski bars and plenty of room on the pistes. Hospitable since Roman times: the Eisack valley
You can be there in 10 minutes. The Eisack valley, an ideal place for excursions with the medieval cities of Brixen, Sterzing and Klausen, the Törggelestuben (wine-tasting bars), the chestnut trail and the idyllic villages among the vineyards. Close enough to touch: the Dolomites
They seem so close from the panoramic rooms in the Bacherhof: the Peitler Kofel, Schlern, Langkofel. The Dolomite towers like something from a picture book. But they are not just a paradise for mountain climbers! In the middle of South Tyrol: a central point for trips
South Tyrolean museums, the most beautiful excursions in all the land, places of interest, art and culture are all close by. Meransen’s central location allows you to get anywhere immediately. South Tyrol: a tradition of hospitality
South Tyrol. A land made for pleasure, for activity, for families. Its history as a land of transit, through which emperors and kings have moved since Roman times, has left clear traces. Particularly as regards hospitality. You will soon notice that we have special traditions here! Buonissimo: a culinary borderland
Its nature as a borderland between Italian and German culture makes South Tyrol rather extraordinary, particularly in culinary terms. This is the meeting place for capuccino and long coffee, vongole and kasnocken, South Tyrolean Blauburgunder and Rosso di Montalcino wines. Simply enjoy this refreshing mix! Mountains, mountains, mountains: fun in the Dolomites & Alps
The mountains are what determine the day here. In the summer South Tyrol is one huge walking area, offering all types of mountain sports in their finest form, whether in the Dolomites, on the main Alpine ridge or in the Mittelgebirge. In winter it becomes a white fairy tale: the Dolomiti Superskipass opens up the finest pistes in the area to Deep in the heart of the land: culture and customs
If you want to become better acquainted with South Tyrol, you should study its culture and customs. Every village has its living customs. Numerous museums, permanent exhibitions and other things to see will help you learn more about and appreciate a special land with a special history.