Tisens, a luxury campsite in South Tyrol
Nestling in the hollow of a picturesque valley, and surrounded by the majestic summits of the Tyrol mountains, the Tisens campsite proves to be a haven of peace and wellness for nature lovers, seeking an authentic break in northern Italy. The carefully laid out pitches blend harmoniously into the surroundings, whilst the accommodation offers modern and sublime comfort. Whether you long for hiking in the mountains or relaxation by the pool, this magical location will most certainly live up to your expectations...
A natural gem hidden in the Italian Alps
Within this majestic landscape bathed in sunshine, the Tisens campsite is located just a stone’s throw from the delightful village of Tesimo. Imbued with history and authenticity, this picturesque village is the ideal starting point to explore the treasures in the Province of Bolzano. Whether you wish to venture through the wooded trails, enjoy local culinary specialities or simply relax in the peaceful atmosphere, this luxury campsite is the ideal spot to do so.
Tisens has a comprehensive pitch offering, to accommodate your camper, caravan or tent. Each pitch of 90 m² is equipped with an electrical connection and enjoys Wi-Fi coverage. A water treatment plant is also on hand.
Equally, this South Tyrol campsite also has modern apartments with a refined and bright design. They have been built using high-quality materials, such as wood and glass. This high-end accommodation offers holidaymakers a spectacular view over the surrounding mountains and the campsite’s swimming pool. Each rental includes a bedroom, fully equipped living/dining area with smart TV, Wi-Fi connection and impressive bathroom, equipped with a rainfall shower as well as a private sauna. The large panoramic terrace offers an additional meal area with barbecue, and a relaxation area which has sunloungers.
Dive into pleasure, in the heart of the Tyrolean mountains
Surrounded by immense grass areas over a surface area of 4,000 m², the swimming pools on the Tisens campsite accommodate holidaymakers wishing to have a swim and treat themselves to a spot of wellness. Due to the main heated swimming pool, 25 metres long, lovers of swimming can do a few strokes in peace and in the loveliest of Alpine backdrops. A second swimming pool, also heated, is the benchmark for children to have fun safely, supervised by their parents. Toddlers are also pampered with a separate paddling pool.
Fully renovated a few years ago, the campsite restaurant offers guests cuisine typical of the region, with gourmet recipes in harmony with the seasons. The dishes are prepared using fresh produce from local farms. A delivery service enables you to have drinks or restaurant dishes delivered directly to your holiday rental. The restaurant cellar conceals numerous Tyrol wines, which go perfectly with those dishes on the menu. Moreover, holidaymakers are enchanted by the convivial atmosphere and panoramic view from the terrace over the swimming pool, with the surrounding mountains in the background. There is nothing more entrancing than gazing at the majestic summits of the Tyrol, whilst sipping a glass of wine.
Besides access to the heated pools from April to October, holidaymakers can make the most of the “South Tyrol Guest Pass” (known locally as the “Südtirol Guest Pass”). This will allow you to use public transport for free, and free access to more than 90 national museums. From May to October, by hiring a bike through the campsite’s preferred partner, you can have it delivered directly to your pitch for use during your stay.
Exploring the treasures in the Province of Bolzano
The high-end campsite in the Tyrol nestles in the heart of a region, favouring exploring on foot, with a multitude of hiking trails for you to cover. Near the picturesque town of Lana, the Waalweg trail stands out. This iconic route will guide you along former irrigation channels, through the terraced vineyards and lush valleys. The Waalweg offers you a peaceful and immersive experience, whilst revealing panoramic views over the mountains in the Tyrol. A few kilometres further on, the natural treasures of Merano also await you with trails for every level.
The “South Tyrolean Wine Route” tempts you for an immersive experience in the heart of the oenological treasures in the region. By winding through the lush valleys, this route leads you towards picturesque villages and renowned vineyards. Each stage of this tour offers you a unique opportunity to discover the richness of local grape varieties, such as Lagrein, Vernatsch and Gewürztraminer, whilst exploring the family wine-making traditions, which have flourished for generations. Prestigious vineyards are open for visits and authentic wine tastings.
As a gem of the region, Bolzano attracts visitors with its cosmopolitan atmosphere, whilst preserving its traditional Alpine charm. Strolling through the cobbled streets in the town centre is an experience in itself, with elegant boutiques, lively markets and picturesque cafes on every street corner. The South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology is a must-see and houses the famous mummy Ötzi, offering a fascinating glimpse into prehistoric times. Art lovers can revel in Museion, a contemporary art museum with a diverse collection. The Gothic cathedral in Bolzano, with its imposing architecture and elaborate details should also be explored. For nature lovers, a cable car takes you from the town centre to the Renon mountain plateau, offering spectacular panoramic views over the surrounding area.