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7 good reasons to take a Farm Holiday in South Tyrol in September:

Autumn holiday in the dolomites


You are guaranteed a fantastic view from the top of the mountain: the warm autumn sun is already quite low, the days are clear and bright, colours look great in the autumn light and the chances of getting caught in a thunderstorm are at their lowest.
South Tyrol in autumn


You can still enjoy summery temperatures in South Tyrol in autumn, especially when there’s an Indian summer.
Harvest time in the mounaints


You can smell the harvest in the air down in the valleys. Watch the apple and grape harvests being carried out first hand.
City trips with fresh air in South Tyrol

4 City trips with fresh air

If you are planning a trip to Bozen, Meran, Brixen, Bruneck, Klausen, Sterzing or Glurns, you can stay on a nearby farm.
City trips in South Tyrol
South Tyrolean custom of ‚Törggelen’


The uniquely South Tyrolean custom of ‚Törggelen’ begins, when the new wine is drunk along with roasted chestnuts.
Game watching with the farmer

6 Game watching with the farmer

Guided walks with game watching – a really unique experience, especially in autumn! The annual deer rut is underway. Set off in the morning with the farmer, walk through the colourful woodland making as little noise as possible and facing the wind, and then observe herds of chamoises, red deer, deer, foxes, golden eagles and bearded vultures from the undergrowth.
Game watching with the farmer
The first grape juice of the season


Witness grape pressing and taste the first grape juice of the season along with the farmers.