Splendid shining vistas: holidays in Naz-Sciaves
The delight and allure of the sun
A sunny Alpine-Mediterranean climate, with some regional influences: this is the best way to describe the Naz-Sciaves plateau with its lovely apple orchards. On a summer holiday in Naz-Sciaves, you can enjoy long sunny days and mild evenings, inviting you to stay outdoors and admire the splendid sunsets. But summer is not the only wonderful time; indeed, all the seasons almost seem more beautiful here than anywhere else. In spring, the 270 hectares of orchards come back to life in a mass of white and pale pink blossom, stretching as far as the eye can see. And autumn, contrary to what you might expect, is not just dull and hazy, but rather a patchwork of warm colours that make you eager for new experiences. It's time for the apples and grapes to be harvested in Rasa and Novacella, and the farmhouses in the area open their doors to celebrate the joyful festival of "Törggelen", offering new wine and roast chestnuts. And what about winter? It's like something out of a fairy tale...
"Holiday-makers particularly enjoy our area for its pleasing mixture of sunny apple orchards, cool woodland and beautifully tended countryside." Gabi & Franz
... and what will you like doing during your holiday in Naz-Sciaves? Find out for yourself!
Quick request for a "suunnnn" holiday
Why not stay a little longer... and enjoy the spring between pleasure, culture and active experience at Hotel Sun!
23.04. – 27.05.2023*
5=4 from 520,00 € p. p.
6=5 from 650,00€ p. p.
7=6 from 780,00 € p. p.
12=10 from 1.240,00 € p. p.
Enjoy the golden autumn in South Tyrol to the full - both culinary and active on the sunny high plateau of Naz-Sciaves
08.10. - 29.10.2023
Last Minute offers
Spontaneously and easy into your holiday in Bressanone
Early Booking Discount for your holidays 2023
8% discount for everyone who books his summer holidays 2022 until March.
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