An excellent meal in the Hotel Seehof in Pusteria Valley in South Tyrol – also you will commend our kitchen!
Passionate, imaginative and innovative – our chefs give their best to offer you culinary delicacies. We start the day with an adequate breakfast, and at the evening our kitchen will spoil you with daily dishes of Italian, International and South Tyrolean specialities, prepared of course always with fresh and choice products.
A special treat are our well-known trout dishes which we serve daily in our Restaurant. And some good wine from our cellar make for another special culinary highlight.
Best offers and news from Monguelfo and Plan de Corones
Our guests get the Holidaypass with many advantages for free:
- Free use of all public south tyrolean transport
- Comprehensive summer Vacationer’s Active Program (family-friedly hikes, guided hike tours ...)
- Free summer hiking map
- Reduction on the entrance price for the adventure parc in Dobbiaco
- and much more ...
Holiday by train
Nicer Traveling – Quick and Economical by Rail to the Green Val Pusteria
No stress, no traffic jam, no filling up the tank. Starting from just 39 euros, you can travel from Germany quickly and economically to the Kronplatz region. Once you have arrived, you are always mobile with the HolidayPass, which will allow you unlimited travel on all means of public transportation for three or seven successive days in all of South Tyrol-Südtirol.
More informations on the link below.
DOLOMITI PUSTERTAL VALLEY
07/09 - 12/10/2019
The offer for adventurous vacationers in late summer!
With a minimum stay of 5 nights, you can participate in up to three selected activities in our region!
Choose between a variety of adventure hike, a get-acquainted downhill course, a run along the longest zip line in Europe, outdoor wood fitness and much, much more…
More information on the activities
Golden Autumn in South Tyrol
The most beautiful time for hiking in South Tyrol is the autumn with its colorful dress of leaves and the crystal clear view of the surrounding mountains.
A culinary highlight awaits you in October and November: South Tyrolean speck, dumplings and much more can be tasted on a funny "Törggele" evening.