Our hotels in Kaltern and environs offers a variety of activities. Especially the area around Lake Caldaro is bursting with variety. Diverse paths, beautiful vantage points, and cosy places to stop for refreshments form a harmonious whole and ideal conditions for a wide range of activities in South Tyrol’s south. Join us on a hike to the most beautiful places around our hotel by Lake Caldaro and environs! Grab one of our mountain bikes, which you can hire for free as our guest – or hire one of our e-bikes at an advantageous price – and explore the area around our well-being hotels. But hiking, biking, and wellness in Kaltern and environs is not everything that you can do while you stay with us: Further worthwhile activities for your holiday with us include Nordic walking, golfing, climbing, and playing tennis. Sailing and windsurfing on Lake Caldaro are especially enjoyed by guests of our hotel by the lake in South Tyrol and of Ansitz Angerburg. In winter there are several ski areas near our two hotels.
The mild climate on the south side of the Alps makes it possible to play golf even during the winter months. During your stay in our hotels in Kaltern and environs, you will also enjoy a magnificent view. Within a radius of 50km, there are several golf courses at your disposal. We would be happy to reserve a tee time for you!
Climbing is as traditional in South Tyrol as hiking and is one of the absolute favourite leisure activities among visitors. Beginners and pros can expect a great variety of experiences around Kaltern and Eppan. Near the Mendola/Mendel Pass, the adventure begins on the fixed rope route on Roen mountain at 2,116m. On Favogna/Fennberg, there is an additional starting point in Margreid. All who do not yet dare to climb outdoors can have a good romp in the surrounding climbing halls. In addition, the largest high ropes course in all of South Tyrol awaits you with exciting activities. In the Altenburg forest in Kaltern, there are 160 platforms, 19 courses with different levels of difficulty, and 30 flying fox glides.
Tennis fans find the best conditions for game, set, and match in Kaltern. Tennis pro Andreas Seppi, who grew up in Kaltern, started his career here in the south of South Tyrol. The sports zone in the Altenburg forest is equipped with six floodlit clay tennis courts, one hard court, and a training wall. You are guaranteed to have exciting matches with your favourite people here!Tennis fans find the best conditions for game, set, and match in Kaltern. Tennis pro Andreas Seppi, who grew up in Kaltern, started his career here in the south of South Tyrol. The sports zone in the Altenburg forest is equipped with six floodlit clay tennis courts, one hard court, and a training wall. You are guaranteed to have exciting matches with your favourite people here!
During your stay at the well-being hotels Das Badl or Ansitz Angerburg, do you feel like walking and would you like to explore the cultural and historical treasures of the surrounding area? Take a look at our excursion tips:
The painters of the Romantic Era named the mountain knoll at Auer in the South Tyrolean lowlands the “Tyrolean Arcadia”. And indeed, lots of history can be discovered here. Castelfeder is a local recreation area in the midst of nature and offers peace and tranquillity. Nearby, above the lake, the Leuchtenburg ruins is also worth visiting for the view.
The idyllic village of Eppan, home of our Ansitz Angerburg, is especially known for the multitude of castles that are located here. Visit the imposing castles of Boymont, Hocheppan, Korb, and Gandegg and take a journey back to the time of knights and damsels.
The Rastenbach Ravine is a wild biotope with waterfalls and typical canyon vegetation. The flume goes past Friedensweg trail and St. Peter’s Church and provides a small adventure for guests of our well-being hotels.
Part of the excursions for our guests is also the Wine Museum, which is a must during your holidays in Kaltern. Visit one of the wineries along South Tyrol’s Wine Road and the Wine Museum in Kaltern. Here, viniculture is an age-old tradition. Wine is also a central concept at “Das Badl”.
The spa town of Meran awaits its visitors with a new thermal spring, botanical gardens, the Touriseum, a Mediterranean climate, and various cultural events. It is about a 30-minute drive from our hotels in Kaltern and environs.
The Dolomites have captivated admirers time and again with their unique play of colours: at dawn, they glisten and at dusk, they glow bright red. A roundtrip through the Dolomites takes you along unique vistas and cultural insights into the Val di Fassa, Val Gardena/Grödnertal, and Val Badia/Gadertal. A visit to one of the six Messner Mountain Museums of the region is also very interesting.
Just 120km from Kaltern lies picturesque Lake Garda. While the northern shore is bordered by 2000-metre-high peaks, the southern shore is located in the plains. Thanks to the sub-Mediterranean climate on the sunny slopes, cypresses, agaves, oleander, cedars, olive trees, and even palm trees grow here.
A day excursion for two to Venice is also highly recommended during your holiday in our hotels in Kaltern and environs. The city stretches over 117 small islands in a salt water lagoon. The islands are interconnected by more than 400 bridges.
The city of Romeo & Juliet. The Piazza delle Erbe square, the Arena, and much more are waiting to be discovered in Verona. The spectacular opera productions in the Arena are particularly interesting. At our hotels in Kaltern and environs, we will gladly advise you and organise an excursion for you.
In Kaltern, home of Das Badl, our hotel in Kaltern am See, several events around the topic of wine are organised. In June, there is the Night of the Cellars. Several wineries around Das Badl open their wine cellars to visitors and also impress with their special supporting programmes. The wine festival of the wineries is organised in mid-August by the band of Kaltern and is a festival for all wine lovers. In the beginning of September, you can experience the Kaltern Wine Days. This is a very special event, where you can personally discuss wine with cellar masters on the market square.