Are you looking to enjoy a holiday in a beautiful, traditional and natural setting? In Val d’Ultimo, you’re definitely in the right place! Here, breathtaking views, pristine countryside, over 700km of marked hiking trails, sparkling mountain lakes and, above all, a holiday at one with nature await you! Those who love hiking, climbing, skiing, being outside in the country and connoisseurs will be more than happy here. There’s something for everyone!
Our house is located in sunny San Pancrazio / Val d’Ultimo, near Merano, 736m above sea level. You’ll feel right at home in our clean, newly furnished apartments. The view from our holiday apartments is stunning! You look directly into the mountain world of the eastern foothills of the Ortles area. They’re nestled between our local mountain, the Monte Lucco, which is 2,450m high, the Alta Guardia (2,650m) and the Cornicolo (2,420m). Our location is also the ideal starting point for a wide variety of hikes of all ability levels.
We have 3 holiday flats, as shown in detail on the building plan below. Why not take advantage of our free, covered garage and our south-facing lawn for sunbathing? All flats are fully equipped with cooking utensils and bed linen; while hand, bathing and kitchen towels are readily available from us. Each flat has colour TV plus digital satellite connection. All 3 holiday flats have been renovated and fully refurbished. Plus, our apartments all have a good WiFi connection.
|Season||2 Pers.||3 Pers.||4 Pers.|
|Flat 1 (green)||60,00 Euro||67,00 Euro||74,00 Euro|
|Flat 2 (red)||65,00 Euro||73,00 Euro||81,00 Euro|
|Flat 3 (blue)||70,00 Euro||78,00 Euro||86,00 Euro|
|High Season *||2 Pers.||3Pers.||4Pers.|
|Flat 1 (green)||63,00 Euro||71,00 Euro||79,00 Euro|
|Flat 2 (red)||69,00 Euro||80,00 Euro||91,00 Euro|
|Flat 3 (blue)||75,00 Euro||86,00 Euro||97,00 Euro|
Just one pass enabling you to explore this magnificent South Tyrolean landscape, practice your favourite sports and discover the local culture.
The UltentalCard unlocks a multifaceted world of experiences in the Ultental Valley and troughout the region. The UltentalCard comes at no extra cost and is included in the price of your room. Issued on arrival, it remains valid for the duration of your stay.
One pass, many services*: the UltentalCard is inclusive of:
Holidaying in Val d’UItimo is enough to get any hiker’s or mountain biker’s heart racing – we have 700km of marked hiking routes and at least 15 day-routes on forest roads and access tracks.
Val d’Ultimo reaches from the neat cultural landscape over lush Alpine meadows (with over 40 Alpine inns), the wild and romantic Stelvio national park to the icefalls in the Ortles-Cevedale massif, with Mediterranean and high Alpine flora.
A recently lain panoramic road leads on to the high plateau of the Alta Val di Non, presenting you with open, endless views towards the south, the mild climate of which also graces our slopes. Hiking and climbing enthusiasts will find a huge selection of hikes and rewarding Alpine tours to choose from.
Snow-covered mountain valleys; pristine countryside; soft, powdery snow – pure winter tranquillity in Val d’Ultimo
Active throughout the coldest season
If you’re looking to let off steam during your winter holiday and reinvent your sporty side, all the while surrounded by a magnificent mountain landscape, then Val d’Ultimo and its lively Schwemmalm ski resort is exactly where you want to be! This family run resort is perfect for making the most of your skiing adventure. Test your mettle on the diverse slopes or enjoy sampling one of the many culinary delights our region has to offer. 25km of ski slopes and modern chair lifts ensure winter fun at its best and offer the ideal conditions for families and experienced skiers alike!
Even away from our lovely little ski resort, there are plenty of other opportunities for you to make the most of the colder season. Have you ever been on a ski tour that takes place off the beaten track? How about a snowshoe hike to one of the rustic mountain inns? Or, perhaps, put your stamina to the test on a cross-country skiing trip? All this and more is available here… just try it yourself!
What’s there to do in the winter?
The village of San Pancrazio is located on a 730m-high hillside at the entrance to Val d’Ultimo. Crooked alleyways, inns decorated with geraniums and the neo-Gothic church with its pointed red spire form the heart of the village, while pine forests and mountain pastures stretch out all around. Scattered settlements extend to just below the forest edge. The ruins of Eschenlohe castle can be seen at the entrance to San Pancrazio. The small, 14th century ‘Sant Elena’ church stands on a forest hill above the village and is a well-loved spot for a day trip.
Where can you eat there?
In the heart of San Pancrazio, you’ll find a restaurant, a pizzeria and a pub. In the Weißes Rössel, typical South Tyrolean treats await you on a menu that changes with the seasons.
The Café Turm pizzeria serves traditional, Italian pizzas baked in a wood oven, as well as other delicious dishes from the kitchen. They also offer wonderful homemade coffee and cakes and their own ice creams.
If simple home cooking is what you’re after, the rustic Helener Pichl inn is the place for you. After lunch, you can visit the ‘Sant Elena’ church.
When ordered in advance, you can also enjoy hearty fish dishes or grills at the Pawigler Wirt inn. Then, why not follow up your meal with a game of skittles in the inn’s own skittle alley?
“Törggelen” is a typical autumn custom in South Tyrol. At this time of year, we like to eat chestnuts, grilled meat and dumplings with cabbage, washed down with young ‘Suser’ wine. For a particularly authentic Törggelen experience, check out the Außerhoferkeller or the Greitwies snack bar. Reservation required.