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Holiday in Funes / Villnöss in Italy

Closer to the Dolomites than hardly anywhere else

Green meadows, dense forests, rustic mountain huts, striking mountain peaks, lovely villages: Funes / Villnöss.

The imposing peaks of the Geisler Group not only shape the landscape, but make Funes in Italy a paradise for hikers, climbers and mountaineers. The hiking area around Zanser and Gampenalm, which form the heart of the Puez-Geisler Nature Park, is especially recommended. And nearly everyone knows the famous photo scene that adorns numerous postcards: the church of St. Johann in Ranui, surrounded by vast green meadows with the Geisler group in the background. A dream come true for nature lovers, in Reinhold Messner’s homeland.

Rest and relaxation is guaranteed during a holiday in Funes, Dolomites, even in winter. Wander through the beautiful winter landscape and relax with a leisurely walk. Winter sports enthusiasts, who want to learn to ski, can do so in the village centre of St. Magdalene. For cross-country skiers there are 20 km of trails, tobogganing fans have 6 toboggan runs waiting for them away from the hustle and bustle of life, which are only accessible by foot.

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Accommodation Valle Isarco / Eisacktal

Funes / Villnöss
Winter
 

A special highlight: the South Tyrolean bacon festival

Every year in autumn in Funes it is time for the South Tyrolean bacon festival. For over 10 years, as the name implies, the focus has been on South Tyrolean quality bacon products. Whether as a traditional bacon platter or as bacon dumplings - you should try some of the culinary dishes with South Tyrolean bacon at the bacon festival. But you can look forward, not only to culinary highlights, but also to lots of music, a farmer's market and fresh bread baked in show ovens. And, of course, the coronation of the bacon queen and the traditional carving of the side of bacon.


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