Sesto (German: Sexten) is embedded onto 1.300 meters in the Dolomites. A scenic place, which roots lie deep in the South Tyrolean culture. With only 2,000 inhabitants, the place is very peaceful. Amid mountains and woods are many farms and taverns on the wide alps. Today, guests from all over the world are welcomed, who pursue alpine activities and recreation in Sesto.
Holidays in Sesto
In Sexten everyone gets their money's worth, no matter what the season. Extensive mountain tours in summer and the qualitative Ski slopes and cross-country Ski trails in winter are popular. For many guests, it is now tradition to spend New Year's Eve and New Year in Sesto. Long bike rides and hikes are very popular in the spring and autuumn. In Sesto, visitors find a harmonious balance between activity and recreation.
A big advantage of Sesto lies in the central location and infrastructure. From the location numerous destinations and tourist attractions can be reached quickly. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Three Peaks of the Dolomites are a breathtaking must-visit. The mountain peaks are located in a nature-protected park, which offers fantastic hiking trails and bike paths. With the Ski area on the Sextner Rotwand (Croda rossa di Sesto) alpine athletes find the steepest prepared ski slope in Italy.
Hiking trails and mountain worlds in Sesto
But even in the village itself you do not have to go far to experience a dream-like South Tyrol. In Sesto are many hiking trails, which are peppered with oases and lead across pastures, streams and through forests. The view of the mountains of the Sesto Sundial is omnipresent and invites you to stop and shift a gear down.
The best way to go up to mount Helm and marvel at war positions, the surrounding forests and mountain landscapes from above. The Milchmeile is one of the popular evening strolls, where you can learn more about local agriculture with the help of information boards.
Original South Tyrolean cuisine
And so that one is strengthened for the excursions, the cuisine Sesto's helps. In the village you will find restaurants and pubs serving traditional as well as modern dishes from South Tyrol. From bacon dumplings to cheese platters, every palate will find something that will remind him of his time in Sesto. In the evening, the local bars invite to spritzer, wine and South Tyrolean schnapps. This completes every day of your vacation.
If you want to share your culinary experience with friends at home, you can buy tasty, original products such as cheese or bacon in one of the local farm shops. If you are staying in a holiday apartment in Sesto, you will find well-equipped supermarkets and bakeries. If one or the other equipment is missing, you will also find outfitters and rental companies for alpine sports on site.
Sesto is a special place to experience South Tyrol in all its facets authentically. Book your holiday on our farm in South Tyrol now.