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Entry to over 90 museums at no charge
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Tasty and with finesse

Holidays in the apple and wine village of Algund

Juicy apples and exquisite grapes belong to South Tyrol like Fish and Chips to Great Britain. However, there are few places where both fruits are equally present. The garden village of Algund near Merano is one such place. A small paradise of apple orchards and vineyards, whose landscapes skilfully blend into one another and have shaped the village's appearance for many years.

From blossom to harvest

When apples and grapes become the main characters

Thanks to the mild climate in Algund, the natural spectacle begins as early as the beginning of March. Then it starts to blossom everywhere and small delicate pink blossoms transform the apple meadows into a "girlish" sea of blossoms. An event that should not be missed and that definitely stirs up anticipation for autumn.

Then both the apples come down from the trees and the grapes from the vines and the fifth season begins. Yes, you read that right - this is what we call harvest time in South Tyrol. Also better known as Törggelen time. Numerous restaurants and taverns serve the new wine ("Nuie"), hearty dumplings, smoked meat ("Gselchtes") and sauerkraut, and to top it all off, roasted chestnuts ("Keschtn") and a delicious apple strudel. If that doesn't make your mouth water just reading about it...

The garden village or village of pleasure

Algund and its vineyards and apple orchards

Fruit growing in Algund has a very long tradition. Farmers founded the Algund Fruit Growers' Cooperative as early as 1893 and it still enjoys numerous members today. But the garden village is not only known for its fruit growing. It is also one of the oldest wine-growing areas in South Tyrol. The grape in the Algund village coat of arms also bears witness to this. But what makes the wine from Algund so special? Certainly, the protected location of the "Meraner Rosengarten" and a great deal of love for the homeland. The best thing is to take part in a local wine tasting, then you will immediately understand what we mean by this.

Small delicate pink blossoms transform the apple meadows into a "girlish" sea of blossoms.

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Relaxed surroundings
Tasteful backdrops and friendly service
South Tyrolean cuisine
Alpine spices and a pinch of the Mediterranean
Accompanied by fine wines
Quality wines from Algund and the surrounding area
 
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