Spring holidays in Luson – Apple blossom in Val d’Isarco
The spring in Luson Valley welcomes you with a high-contrast colour play. While the peak of the Sas de Putia is still snowy, the Isarco Valley is transformed into a white and pink sea of flowers. Just in time for your holiday in March/April the apple blossom starts, and the meadows in the highlands glow in bright green. Walks and bike rides in this season will take you through blossoming orchards in the valley and through shady woods in the hiking area Alpe di Luson. In March, the “Eisacktaler Kost” invites you to a cultural and culinary highlight, while the Apple Blossom Festival on the high plateau of Naz/Sciaves is an event of national importance.
Holidays in March/April: discover
the environs of Luson
Spring awakening on the southern side of the Alps is a special event. The sun’s warming rays on the pastures have the first flowers blooming and rushing mountain streams are well filled with the melt waters from the peaks. An insider’s tip around Luson is the Antersac Alp with its nearly pristine nature. An attractive destination during your spring vacation is the monastery of Novacella. The medieval monastery can be reached on a wonderful hiking path. The Mineral Museum at Tiso and the Castle Velthurns not only on bad weather days invite to a visit. With an exceptional setting the old Episcopal city of Bressanone welcomes you. The medieval city centre is criss-crossed by narrow, winding streets, where there are restaurants, cafes and boutiques.
Nature and cultural experiences during your spring holiday in Val d’Isarco
Explore the enchanting and pristine nature of the Isarco Valley and the untouched Luson Valley during hiking and biking tours. In the valley, you are connected to the South Tyrolean bike path network, which runs through the entire Isarco Valley. Clear mountain air and unspoiled mountain scenery await you on a hike to the Sas de Putia, which rises at the end of the Luson Valley. Every year, on the third Sunday after Easter, the “Cassiano Parade” takes place in Bressanone, which you can attend during your holiday in March/April. The parade is an example of genuine South Tyrolean tradition and attracts numerous visitors and sightseers.