Nowhere in the world is autumn as special as in South Tyrol. Maranza lies on a plateau above the Isarco Valley, where the ancient tradition of Törggelen was born. Year after year, this tradition attracts connoisseurs of our most authentic regional cuisine to the farms and taverns in South Tyrol. Why not combine your active holiday in Maranza, South Tyrol with a hearty South Tyrolean snack, a genuine Törggelen experience, and a tasting of the new wine, also called “Nuier”? The wine, which has thrived on the steep slopes of the Isarco Valley for millennia, is world famous. The Mediterranean climate in the Dolomites makes the wine from the local vineyards especially tasty and wholesome. Furthermore, in autumn you may explore many theme trails, for example the ‘Keschtnweg’ (Chestnut Trail) in the Isarco Valley between the episcopal city of Bressanone and Bolzano or the ‘Elfenweg’ (Elf Trail) near Vandoies. Our location in the sun-kissed village of Maranza is the ideal starting point for a variety of autumnal leisure activities in the Isarco Valley and the Pusteria Valley.