The Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage site will fascinate you with its combination of South Tyrolean hospitality, three different languages and Italian serenity, making your holiday in South Tyrol very special.
Boasting around 300 days of sunshine a year, there is plenty of time to explore the surrounding area in its full splendour. Mountain bikers are well looked after in the South Tyrolean Dolomites. Many trails in all altitudes, including unique panoramic views to the peaks of the Dolomites, are waiting for you. An appropriate infrastructure with bike hotels, shuttles, qualified guides, public transport and mountain railways is guaranteed.
Sometimes alpine, sometimes Mediterranean – South Tyrol offers a wide range of culinary delights. An extensive selection of huts and restaurants along the tours treat you to high-quality and seasonal dishes. A glass of South Tyrolean wine after a bike adventure is a must. Many mountain bike events complement the bike holiday.
Sun-blessed South Tyrol makes an extra-long bike season possible. A good tip for a challenging tour is the famous Sellaronda MTB tour. The route can be taken clockwise or anti-clockwise. Depending on the direction taken, you conquer between 3,370 to 4,000 altitude metres across 55 to 58 kilometres.
Bike highlights in South Tyrol
- Extra-long bike season and around 300 days of sunshine a year
- Many exciting mountain bike events
- Sella Ronda MTB tour