Just a few hundred metres of elevation difference separate the villages of Völs and Seis from the regional capital of Bozen. Not far in terms of distance, but decisive nonetheless: Here on the Schlern plateau at the foot of the mountain massif of the same name, the mountains are nearer, the mountain air more fragrant, and the views so much more breathtaking. The Seiser Alm is a much-loved destination for outdoor excursions; kilometre-long networks of walking trails and bike routes, together with an exceptionally well-developed ski resort, simply impel one to step out and enjoy the adventures of Europe’s largest mountain plateau. The Vigilerhof has always been a meeting point, a place where people would gather after a day’s hiking in the Dolomites or skiing on the Seiser Alm, where farmers and guests would sit together and relate the adventures of the day over a glass of South Tyrolean wine. Just as they do to this very day. The guest culture at the Vigilerhof is one embedded in tradition, and the doors of the cosy Stube living rooms are open to everybody. They’re just a shade more modern these days. The customs of generations have made gentle changes here, taking small but sure steps with the passing of time, and leaving the roots of a tradition which can be sensed throughout the hotel. Large glass windows let the countryside surroundings into the hotel, harmoniously blending Alpine beauty with warming comfort. Come and meet us.
As the countryside awakens in spring, the urge to get out into the open air gets ever stronger and draws us out into the great outdoors and the spring air. “Active and healthy in spring” is the order of the day in the Alpe di Siusi holiday area. A variety of training sessions and workshops on the theme of health, balance, nutritious diet, optimal training techniques and equipment will ensure you have all the basics you need to get the fresh air and hiking and running season off to a good start.
Top-experiences for an active and healthy spring!
Südtirol/Alto Adige Balance in the Alpe di Siusi holiday area