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Biotopes in South Tyrol

Protected green spaces and recreation areas

Biotopes in South Tyrol/Südtirol function not only as shelters for flora and fauna, but also as popular recreational areas. The Falschauer Biotope in the village of Lana is easily accessible via walking trails along the Falschauer river.

Biotopes in South Tyrol/Südtirol function not only as shelters for flora and fauna, but also as popular recreational areas. The Falschauer Biotope in the village of Lana is easily accessible via walking trails along the Falschauer river. The pond and its delta are an excellent breeding ground for over 220 species of birds, such as the Cetti’s warbler and Kingfisher.

The ecological and recreational zone in the village of Rablà/Rabland near Parcines/Partschins is located directly along the Via Claudia Augusta cycling path. At the center of the biotope is a small lake, at which mallards, dippers and coots cavort. 

 
 

How much habitat we let nature? Until the mid-20th century, the estuary was a 100-acre natural paradise in the ever more intensively used Adige Valley. The...

 
 

With its typical flora and fauna, the Schwarze Lacke habitat on the Vigiljoch is a life-enhancing part of the landscape. Fish, frogs, newts and various...

 
 

Nestled in the Parcines mountains, the small village of Rablà/Rabland represents a small and tranquil oasis: a perfect environment for relaxation and the...