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Your farm holiday in South Tyrol

Are you planning your next holiday? Then have a look at our latest list of themes and design your own personalised holiday.
Farmhouse breakfast

Farmhouse breakfast for a perfect day

Breakfast in the wood-panelled ’stube‘ makes a particularly leisurely start to the day.
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Cosy living

From the stove bench into the snow

Snow-capped mountains and rustic comforts with the cuddle factor...
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Learning on the farm

Learning on the farm

Winter creativity on the farm: here are a few tips on what you can learn from the farmers on a winter holiday.
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Winter holiday on a farm in South Tyrol

Winter holiday on a farm in South Tyrol

Do you want to experience winter to the full and enjoy the advantages of a country holiday at the same time? Then you should try a winter holiday on a farm in South Tyrol.
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Bake Bread with the Farmer

Bake Bread with the Farmer

Would you like to earn your own daily bread, literally? Then take a holiday on a farm in South Tyrol, where bread-baking is not just any old routine daily process, but a precious skill handed down from generation to generation.
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Sunrise with the farmer

Sunrise with the farmer

Nearly everyone has seen the sun go down, but not many have experienced it rising. Why not take advantage of this unique opportunity on your next holiday in South Tyrol, when you could witness the rising of the sun from the top of a mountain with a local farmer as a guide.
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Holiday on a family-friendly farm

Holiday Fun for Old and Young!

Do you have two to three children, a few days’ holiday and the necessary sense of adventure? Do you want to get back to nature, have fun as a family and experience a warm welcome from your hosts?
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Easter holiday in the Italian Alps

From happy hens to Easter bunnies

How would you like to collect freshly-laid eggs from your favourite hen before breakfast and get to know the Easter bunny in person.
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South Tyrol’s most rustic side valleys

South Tyrol’s most rustic side valleys

Guests can experience rural live close up amidst craggy peaks and green meadows on rustic farms in the remote side valleys of South Tyrol.
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South Tyrol for four-legged friends

South Tyrol for four-legged friends

Dogs now have the chance to discover life in the country in their own special way. Pets are more than welcome on most farms.
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Wildlife stalking with the farmer

Farmer seeks black grouse

In spring, farmers are only too happy to take their guests to the secret places where you can observe black grouse courting their hens, ibex sorting out their harem or marmots basking in the sun.
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Farm holiday in South Tyrol

Choose a farm over a beach holiday

If you think that South Tyrol is great for hiking but not the place to go for taking a dip in the water, then think again. Romantic mountain lakes and natural farm ponds make great spots for a swim!
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Cycling holidays in South Tyrol

Hiking and cycling holidays in South Tyrol

Looking for hiking und cycling holidays on ‘Red Rooster’ farms in South Tyrol, guests will find a fascinating landscape offering miles of excellently marked hiking trails and cycling routes. The vast array of challenging tours and relaxing excursions will satisfy your every requirement.
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Mountain holiday in South Tyrol

Mountain holiday in South Tyrol

A holiday in the mountains of South Tyrol is a great experience at any time of year. A stay in the mountains can be as varied as the landscape and farms of South Tyrol itself.
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High altitude holiday farms in South Tyrol

Touching the sky

The delicate aroma of freshly mowed mountain hay will linger on in your memory. The wide variety of high altitude holiday farms in South Tyrol will make the summer heat fun.
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Advent on South Tyrol’s farms

Advent on South Tyrol’s farms

An intimate air fills brightly lit farm parlours at Advent time and villages hold traditional processions and markets.
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