Dive in and enjoy!

Sunbathing with a view
Sun-seekers and water-lovers will feel right at home in our panoramic swimming pool with a magnificent view over the imposing Dolomites!
After an eventful day in Villandro's nature, what could be better than taking a few laps in our outdoor pool, admire the impressive Dolomite peaks from the edge of the pool, recharge your batteries in our sauna or tan in our solarium? Or do you prefer sunbathing on our large and green lawn?
Conclude your day in total comfort and make new holiday plans over a good glass of wine.
For rainy days, the Acquarena indoor pool in Bressanone offers lots of fun and relaxation with 5 different pools and a large sauna area.

Hiking holiday in the Valle Isarco

Your active holiday in Villandro near Chiusa
Hike to the numerous alpine huts in Villandro, explore the beautiful surroundings on two wheels and discover the most beautiful places in the Valle Isarco!
Villandro and its surroundings really have a lot to offer in summer.


Put on your hiking boots and off you go to the hiking paradise Villandro Alp, one of the largest high alpine pastures in the Alps! Hike directly from our hotel to the sunny Villandro high plateau or start from the “Saltnerstein” car park (Gasser Hut) and hike up to the sunny plateau along the circular trail, followed by a regenerating break at one of the many mountain huts, which will spoil you with delicious local specialities.
Walk barefoot across lush alpine meadows, enjoy the scent of mountain pines and wild alpine roses, admire the unique high moors, crystal clear mountain lakes and breathtaking views of the Dolomites - a true paradise for all hikers!
And for real hiking passionates, the hike up to the 2509 m high Monte Villandro with its large wooden cross, an iron and stone globe and a telescope cannot be missed!
A real eye-catcher is Lake Totensee and the well-known chapel “Totenkirchl”, with splendid views over the Dolomites.
You will also enjoy the fascinating hiking areas in the Dolomites, such as Val Gardena, Villnöss/Funes Valley, as well as Alpe di Siusi and Mount Plose, which can be reached in a short drive from our hotel.


What could be better than cycling up to the peaks and huts of the surrounding area on an e-bike?
Numerous peaceful forest paths and flowing single trails of various difficulty levels lead directly from our hotel to the sunny high plateau of the suggestive Villandro Alp. There's a route to match every biker's style! As a reward, a magnificent view over the imposing Dolomites awaits you and rustic mountain huts are just waiting to spoil hungry bikers with delicious South Tyrolean dishes. Other mountain bike areas in our neighbourhood are Val Gardena, Villnöss/Funes Valley and the Plose area with an exciting bikepark. Adventurous bike holidays await you in Villandro and surroundings. Bike ready, steady, go!

You can safely keep and charge your e-bike in our lockable bike garage.

Must See’s


The small idyllic village of Villandro stretches from the vineyards in the Valle Isarco to the gentle hiking area of the Villandro Alp up to the Monte di Villandro.
The surrounding area was intensively inhabited and frequented during various stages of prehistoric times, in Roman times and in the Middle Ages, thanks to its excellent location and mild climate. It is a popular holiday destination, especially for culture and history enthusiasts. In the centre of the village stand two Gothic bell towers that belong to the parish church of St. Stephen in Villandro and the picturesque St. Michael's Church. Both churches house wonderful artworks!

Villandro Silver Mine

In the Middle Ages the Villandro Silver Mine area was one of the most important mining areas in Tyrol. The mountain was downright perforated by a network of 25 km of tracks until in the 20th century it fell into oblivion.
In recent years, the mine has been renovated and is open to the public.

Sabiona Monastery

In a scenic position amidst forests and vineyards, the Sabiona Monastery towers on a prominent hill above Chiusa. It is considered as one of the oldest places of pilgrimage sites in Tyrol and was seat of the bishopric of Sabiona until around 1000 AD when the seat was transferred to Bressanone.
Since 1687, the monastery has been a Benedictine monastery, first inhabited by the nuns of Nonnberg close to Salzburg. Still today, nuns live here according to the rule of Saint Benedict of Nursia. The monastery itself is not open to the public, but the beautiful churches can be visited. The Sabiona Monastery is only accessible by foot. Starting from the town of Chiusa you walk on the Sabiona Promenade or along the Via Cruxis.