Camping in South Tyrol in autumn

The most varied season of the year

When summer slowly draws to a close, it doesn’t mean the end of the camping season. Quite the opposite. Camping in South Tyrol in autumn has its advantages!

You can forget about autumn being cold and rainy – at least in South Tyrol. The temperatures become milder, the trees more colourful, and the view clearer – the perfect conditions for rest and relaxation! You will find the best trail conditions if you want to explore on two wheels. If you prefer to be on foot, then cosy mountain huts await you. Autumn is also a time of customs and traditions. South Tyrol’s towns and villages also await your visit during this somewhat quieter time.

Camping in South Tyrol in autumn is sure to be a varied experience. Find your pitch now!
Campsites and pitches
Camping in South Tyrol in autumn
Saltaus/St. Martin - Saltusio/S. Martino
Prad am Stilfserjoch
San Vigilio di Marebbe
Kurtatsch a. d. W.
St. Valentin a.d.H
Fiè allo Sciliar
Rasun - Anterselva
Klobenstein Ritten
San Valentino alla Muta St.Valentin a.d.H.
Montiggl | Eppan
Sand in Taufers/ Campo Tures
Pfelders/Moos in Passeier - Plan/Moso in Passiria
St. Leonhard in Passeier/S. Leonardo in Passiria
Autumn camping in South Tyrol

A unique experience in nature - Characterised by tradition and enjoyment

Show of colours
The landscapes
It is no secret that nature is most spectacular in autumn. The apple harvest is in full swing, chestnut groves in Schlanders and Kastellbell in Vinschgau are ablaze with colour, and vines around Meran, Brixen, and the South Tyrolean Wine Route are particularly dazzling. In addition, there are fewer people in the mountains and forests, so you can experience the nature parks and the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in all their colourful splendour and peaceful silence. A “Törggele” hike in Eisacktal or a walk to one of the numerous Alpine huts throughout South Tyrol is especially recommended – the expansive views are more beautiful than ever in autumn!
The events
From culinary to sporty, autumn in South Tyrol is all about entertainment. The highlights:

Autumn is a season of enjoyment in Vinschgau with the Kastelbell “Törggele”, the Schlanders Apple Days, and the “Genussfest” festival in Prad

Meran and its environs with the Schenna Bauernkuchl (traditional food festival), the grape festival in Meran, and the sheep drive in Schnalstal

Eisacktal with the Chestnut Weeks, the Völser Kuchlkastl culinary fest, and the Bread and Strudel Market in Brixen

Pustertal with its Potato Weeks, the Three Peaks Alpine Run, and the Stegen Market
Cultural jewels
The castles and fortresses
Over 800 castles and fortresses eagerly await your visit. For example, the mighty Tyrol Castle in Meran, the imposing Trostburg Castle at the entrance to Grödnertal, Velthurns Castle in Eisacktal, the exceptionally preserved Churburg Castle in Schluderns in Vinschgau, or the medieval Taufers Castle in Tauferer Ahrntal.
Camping Südtirol tipsExperience a land of great variety and fascinating contrasts
Messner Mountain Museum
6 places - 6 experiences
The Messner Mountain Museum is a place of encounter with the mountains and with mountain people. Every visit is like a mountain tour and a MMM round trip (with the MMM Tour Ticket) is a unique experience!
The Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle
Colorful plants from all around the world thrive and bloom in Trauttmansdorff’s more than eighty garden landscapes. Ideal for both children and adults as well as for botany experts and laymen alike, the Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle is a unique blend of botanical garden and recreational attraction.
Benedictine Abbey Marienberg
The museum “ora et labora” of the Benedictine Abbey Marienberg houses various exhibitions with items from the monastery collection. These objects tell stories and anecdotes about the life in the monastery, the everyday life of the monks today and about their activities throughout the centuries.
Ötzi the Iceman
South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
At the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology in Bolzano, Ötzi and his artefacts have been exhibited since 1998. Experience the fascination of Ötzi for yourself!
Augustiner Chorherrenstift
The Augustinian Canons’ Monastery of Novacella has been an important cultural center. The structures and artworks dating from the Middle Ages to the Modern Era testify the varied history.

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