Vacation in Schenna

Alpine Mediterranean lifestyle above Meran

The meeting of alpine warmth and Mediterranean lifestyle, hiking on lush pastures and imposing peaks, strolling under palm trees and cypresses, a wealth of sights and leisure activities - amidst a diverse vegetation and more than 300 sunny days a year to enjoy. Schenna in South Tyrol has everything that makes a dream holiday destination.

Schenna all year round: In spring, stroll through the blooming apple orchards around the Schenner Waalweg, in summer hike and mountain bike high up in the Hirzer area, at Taser or on the Meran 2000 plateau, in autumn enjoy Törggelen with chestnuts and young wine (Süßer) or in winter take a romantic snowshoe hike.

Experience history in castles and palaces: Particularly worth seeing is the historic church hill of Schenna with the old and new parish church and the mausoleum, the burial place of Archduke Johann. Above it towers Schenna Castle. Exhibited inside: Tyrol's history, art and culture, weapons from six centuries, the largest private Andreas Hofer collection... The special highlight during the castle tour is the magnificent view of Schenna and Meran with its stunning surroundings.

Events in Schenna: There is always something happening here. There are countless cultural, culinary, and sporting events. At the traditional autumn festival in Schenna, you can marvel at the decorated wagons during their parade. But the annual vintage car rally „Südtirol Classic“, the summer evenings at Raiffeisenplatz, and various markets held throughout the year are also very popular.

Delicious food in Schenna: The creativity of South Tyrolean cuisine is especially noticeable and tasty in Schenna's gastronomic establishments. Friends of good food are well aware of the culinary delights that await them here. During your vacation in Schenna, you will enjoy both simple, traditional farmer's fare and upscale gourmet dishes.

Convinced? It is no coincidence that this place above Meran was the first in South Tyrol where guests from outside came to vacation. The people from here, who are experienced hosts and still exemplify South Tyrol's living hospitality culture, played a significant role in this.

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