Ideas for your feel-good holiday in Chiusa, South Tyrol
Chiusa is a picturesque little town surrounded by majestic mountains that are ideal for hiking, cycling and climbing. With its historic buildings, narrow streets and the Sabiona monastery lingering above the town, Chiusa also offers a rich cultural and historical atmosphere.
Chiusa has already been named one of the most beautiful old towns in Italy (“Borgo più bello d'Italia”). Its proximity to Bolzano also makes Chiusa an ideal starting point for exploring the most important sights in South Tyrol. Visit nearby Bressanone (Brixen) with its imposing cathedral and medieval alleyways or head to Val Gardena (Gröden) to discover the world-famous Dolomites and the picturesque town of Ortisei (St. Ulrich).
Whether you are looking for adventure in nature, want to explore cultural treasures or simply enjoy the beauty of the mountains, Chiusa in South Tyrol offers you a varied holiday experience.
A magical holiday experience all year round
Chiusa & surroundings
Chiusa, the small but beautiful medieval town in the southern Isarco Valley, is the centerpiece of South Tyrol. Surrounded by chestnut groves and vineyards on sunny slopes, steeped in culture and history, it is one of the most popular and varied holiday destinations in South Tyrol.
The Hotel Bischofhof is located right at the entrance to Val Gardena. Val Gardena is a real treasure in the Dolomites in both winter and summer, which delights winter sports enthusiasts, outdoor enthusiasts, motorcyclists and culture lovers alike.
The Villandro Alp (Alpe di Villandro)
The alp of the village of Villandro is a natural high plateau in the Isarco Valley above Chiusa and covers an area of around 25 square kilometers. It is one of the most beautiful high alpine pastures in South Tyrol with impressive panoramic views and exciting vegetation.
Funes Valley is also known among international guests for its photo motifs such as the Ranui chapel and the panorama of the beautiful Odle peaks. But the most beautiful things are usually hidden. Funes and its villages have much more to offer.