Localities in the Holiday Region Kronplatz - Plan de Corones
Choose your favorite localities in the holiday resort Plan de Corones
: Brunico, San Vigilio di Marebbe, San Martino in Badia and many more where to spend an unforgettable vacation among the Dolomites
Brunico - small, but inviting.
In the main street you will find international fashion co-existing side by side with items of traditional clothing from the region. And it's not only women who are attracted by the elegant shops with the latest in italian fashion. When browsing into the shop windows of Brunico town or of the village in which you have spent your holidays, you might find exactly the craft work you were looking for... >> more about Brunico and Riscone
San Vigilio di Marebbe is located in the heart of the Dolomites in a place in which the ladin culture has been preserved up until today, and Ladin is still the everyday language of the area.
In order to get to know the language`s origins we will have to go back a few centuries in history.>> more about San Vigilio di Marebbe
Wide roaming meadows, walking paths through the middle of fields and a fantastic landscape. An artificial lake, the Furkel mountain pass (1737 m), the old language and a section of the village that borders on the ladin territory, Plan de Corones and the first Dolomites.>> more about Valdaora
The landscape and surroundings are especially beautiful in the wide basin of the Brunico plain.
In San Lorenzo you will find wide fields, small hills and the romantic and wild river source of the Rienza river. Rising from the Aurina valley the gigantic white peaks of the Tauri mountains stand out and the tight Gader Valley, the antechamber of the Dolomites, begins.>> more about San Lorenzo
The villages Chienes, Casteldarne and San Sigismondo, are located where the Puster Valley begins to get wider, where the Rienza river flows quietly and where exquisite plateaus appear. In the parish church of San Sigismondo, whose houses are scattered throughout the fields like dots on a carpet, a very particular treasue can be found: an altar from the danube school, famous because it is one of the oldest and most beautiful in the whole of Tyrol.>> more about Chienes
Falzes and Terento are located at the start of the Puster Valley on a sunny plateau. The green mountain offers great panoramic excursions to valleys villages or - further away - to the unusual peaks of the Dolomites. Thanks to the hilly landscape the villages are protected to the North by the high mountain crests, which hinder cold air from coming into the valley and the climate is therefore relatively mild. There is a reason why the road through the Puster Valley is called "Strada del Sole" meaning sunny road.>> more about Falzes & Terento
Perca, only 5 km from Brunico. The whole area is ideal for choosing one of the many excursions on offer. It is located in a quiet and sunny area between 950 m above sea level at the Rienza river up to 2500 m in the mountainous area (Natural Park of the Vedrette di Ries).
Perca is situated on a glacier mass of the Rienza dating back to the ice age. A mile stone outside the parish church gives evidence of the presence of the Romans.
The romantic Anterselva Valley is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt valleys of South Tyrol and it is the ideal place for those who love nature and who are in search of peace and relaxation. The climate, the sunny location and particularily the beauties of the walking paths offer joy, tranquillity and relaxation throughout the seasons.>> more about Valle Anterselva - Antholzertal
Rasen in Valle Anterselva
The two characteristic villages Rasun di Sopra and Rasun di Sotto are situated at the front of the Anterselva Valley, which then develops into a low trough valley in between extensive green fields before reaching Anterselva di Sotto.
Starting from here the valley gets a little bit tighter and rises slightly towards Anterselva di Mezzo and Anterselva di Sopra after which you will reach the marvellous Anterselva Lake (1,640 m).>> more about Rasen in Valle Anterselva
The Casies Valley is easily reachable from Monguelfo in a Northerly direction. It is a side valley of the Puster Valley - about 18 km long, wide and sunny.
The hillsides of the Casies Valley offer a splendid view of fir forests between the impressive peaks of the Vedrette di Ries and the Defregger mountain chain. Nature in this valley is still unspoilt, the air is pure and fresh, and you are guaranteed peace, queitness and relaxation.>> more about Val Casies
There is no doubt about the specialness of the area of Monguelfo and Tesido. To the North there is the steep Ziller Valley, while the unusual Dolomite valleys appear to the South.
Monguelfo and Tesido are two well kept villages that are proud of there heritage and have a lot to offer to their visitors: a great culture, and splendid landscape and magnificant scenery.>> more about Monguelfo Tesido
Gais and Villa Ottone are both located on the banks of the Aurino River (Ahrnbach), surrounded by unspoilt forests in one of the most lateral valleys in South Tyrol.
Gais and Villa Ottone toghether with their mountain areas Riomolino and Montassilone at the exit of the Tures Valley towards Brunico keep the balance between old traditions and modern times.>> more about Gais & Villa Ottone
San Martino in Badia (1,127 m), Antermoia (1,515 m) and Longiarù (1,396 m): are three fascinating villages located in a wonderful mountain valley in Val Badia and surrounded by the Pallidi Mountains and the Dolomites.>>more about St. Martino in Badia