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A journey opens our heart, broadens the horizons of our mind and fills the heart with new stories to tell. The experience of living the sunrise from the top of a mountain is definitely a memory that you can carry inside you forever. This is the gift we have given our guests, accompanying them through a unique emotion that is worth experiencing and living: seeing the sun rising from the Valle Aurina mountains.

Starting from today, you can order our strudel directly at the hotel: take home the scents and flavours of South Tyrol!
Apple strudel from South Tyrol is popular far beyond its borders. Whether enjoyed as a dessert or following hiking or cycling excursions, or simply to accompany an afternoon coffee, apple strudel from South Tyrol is juicy and refreshing. There are myriad recipes for typical South Tyrolean apple strudel and seemingly every family has their own delicious filling. Each cook adds his own special blend of sultanas, nuts, breadcrumbs, sugar, pine nuts “pinoli”, nuts and spices to the apples. Below you will find three of the most popular dough variants for apple strudel - featuring classic shortcrust, puff pastry, or simple strudel dough types. In South Tyrol apple strudel is typically enjoyed with cream, vanilla sauce or ice cream.

How nice when technology assists us and allows us to get to know the nature of the Val Pusteria! The silent electric motor takes over the effort and gives us the opportunity to fully enjoy the landscape. The dense and widespread network of cycle paths, which covers a total of 300 km, takes us to Lienz, in East Tyrol. You also have the opportunity to reach San Vigilio, San Martino, the Valle di Anterselva, the Val Casies and the Valle Aurina, a few rides from our hotel, where the peaks over three thousand meters can be touched almost with a finger.

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