Short holiday in South Tyrol:
an adventurous weekend at Plan de Corones
The apartments Mair am Bach in the touristic region of Plan de Corones are an ideal accommodation for a short holiday in South Tyrol. Thanks to its central position during your weekend farm holiday you are near to a lot of different excursion destinations.
For your free time activities you do not need any car, because you can easily walk to the points of interests in the neighbourhood. Only 350 metres far away from your holiday accommodation there are the modern ski-lifts of Plan de Corones. The centre of Riscone is only 150 metres far away and the bike rent station only 400 metres. There you can rent mountain bikes and tour bikes to start for a bike tour in the Pusteria valley.
Weekend farm holiday:
bath fun and excursion adventures
A weekend holiday in the apartments Mair am Bach is full with diversified free time activities. Within 3 days you will learn to know the virtues of the Dolomites.
The major part of the guests use one day for walks or bike tours in the high alpine region of Plan de Corones. On the next day they usually visit the swimming pool centre CRON4 in Riscone. Our guests can enjoy the bath fun the whole day for free. After 400 metres walking you will reach this swimming pool centre in the Dolomites. On the third day a lot of tourists go for a visit or a shopping tour in the wonderful town centre of Brunico at the bottom of Plan de Corones.
Discovery trips in the medieval Brunico
During your short holiday in South Tyrol let you attract from the medieval town of Brunico and have a visit in its old town centre. Brunico was mentioned for the first time in a written document around 1256.
The decorated houses with colourful fassades are a visit worth and its streets and alleys invite you to have a look around. On a easily accessible hill the Brunico castle sits enthroned over the city. This site was built in the 13th century and was an episcopal residence. Today concerts and events regularly take place here. The expreme climber Reinhold Messner opened 2011 a futher museum in the castle which is part of his project: “Messner Mountain Museum”.