The Deutschnonsberg region is located directly at the linguistic and cultural border between South Tyrol and Trentino. This high Alpine valley impresses visitors with its incomparable nature, but also through unique sights which are accessible via simple hiking trails
The turbulent history of this mountain valley and the many Alpine crossings in the region are evident in the many architectural gems dating to the Middle Ages, including the pilgrimage routes to the pilgrimage church in Senale/Unsere Liebe Frau im Walde and the Hermitage of San Romedio.
At the end of November, a festive pre-Christmas mood spreads over the Deutschnonsberg and Merano and Environs, as this is when the Advent markets
open their gates.