Spinga is a secret tip at the very meeting point of two of the most beautiful valleys of South Tyrol: above Rio di Pusteria, the genuine Val Pusteria meets the culinary insider tip Val d’Isarco.

Visiting Spinga is worth the trip especially for the fantastic views of the valley and the surrounding mountain peaks of the Dolomites and Fundres mountains.

The position

Hiking trails

at your holiday home’s doorstep

Parking Alpe di Spinga

3 km

Skiing area

18 km


1 km

Farm tavern

500 m


5 km (Rio Pusteria)
15 km (Bressanone)

Fortezza fort

6,5 km



Magnificent mountain views, the alpine pastures within reach, and in addition, the immediate vicinity to the small town of Bressanone and to important sights of the region. Spinga is all this and more: the little village of just under 300 inhabitants has grown historically. It is idyllic and has an original charm that is hard to find today. A visit to the parish church of St. Rupert and the 17th century Holy Sepulchre Chapel is always worthwhile, as is a detour to the Heroes’ Monument and the Bunker – or a hike to the Alpe di Spinga pasture.

Rio di Pusteria

The historic home of “freedom fighter” Katharina Lanz enchants not only with its strategic location but also with fashionable shopping opportunities, picturesque alleyways redolent of all kinds of culinary highlights and populated with a multitude of people at the traditional street festivals. It is only a stone’s throw to the hiking and skiing areas of Valles and Maranza, and the nearby Alpe di Rodengo pasture is worth a visit in summer and winter.



Sunny, picturesque, sublime: This is how the village of Maranza towers above the mountain panorama of the Dolomites. Peaceful and quiet, but also full of surprises and outdoor experiences. For example, in the romantic Altafossa Valley, one of the most beautiful in South Tyrol, on the slopes of the Gitschberg ski area and during the “Törggelen” tradition in South Tyrolean autumn. And if it rains (but not only then!), the Alpinpool in Maranza attracts families and individualists alike, offering lots of fun in the water.


Valles is known beyond the borders of South Tyrol thanks to the “dairy village” on the Malga Fane pasture, which is often used as a film set and can be defined as a postcard idyll. The small village above Rio di Pusteria also impresses with ski slopes for beginners and professionals, a variety of hiking routes for all tastes, a cross-country ski trail, rustic alpine huts, and a wide range of culinary delights. Above all, there is plenty of activity for children – all-year-round!



The main town of the Pusteria Valley is known for its casual atmosphere, which is reflected in the shops, fashion style and nightlife, as well as the sociable hustle and bustle of its inhabitants. Restaurants, boutiques, festivals, and lively nightlife characterise Brunico, but also the multi-faceted skiing and hiking area Kronplatz, numerous museums and castles, and a wide range of events.


Long-lasting seat of numerous bishops, Bressanone is ow a modern, up-and-coming city with an eventful history. There is something for everyone here, from the diocesan museum in the Palazzo vescovile and the magnificent cathedral with its cloister to cabaret events at the “Tschumpus”, the former prison, and theatre, exhibitions and concerts in the “Astra” cultural centre. Shopping followed by an aperitif takes place in the town centre, while the nearby Plose mountain entices with a wide range of sporting activities – 365 days a year.

Every season
is the beginning of
a new miracle


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