We are in the heart of South Tyrol, a land offering unique natural landscapes thanks to the Dolomites. Our typical 18th century Ladin farm, common in Alta Badia, also has an old mill, an amusement park and a farm with ponies, hens, rabbits, sheep and goats, for the joy of young and old.
If you’re not a guest at our agrotourism, you can visit our farm once a week during the good season by registering to our programme Summer for kids, for children from 4 to 9, or A farm for the whole family, both events organized by the Consorzio Turistico dell’Alta Badia.
And don’t miss the event that the kids love best: milking our header cows, the evening before dinner (remember to wash your hands!)
We are surrounded by over 170 acres of woods and meadows, many of which above an altitude of two-thousand metres. This means that our animals’ fodder, which our whole family collects during the summer, is of the highest quality. To test this, you just need to taste our fresh milk, which we also use in the agrotourism kitchens; extra milk goes to the Mila di Brunico dairy, known for its delicious yogurts and cheese.
That’s right. The quality of our fresh milk is our pride and joy, and so is the quality of our hen’s eggs, which we use to cook and which you can taste if you stay in the lodges, maybe for breakfast!
We also have an organic vegetable garden, where we grow herbs, our dishes’ secret ingredient: from basil to thyme, rosmary and chives.
The woods off the farm give us much of the wood that, in time, has allowed us to build our agrotourism and which we use to warm up the restaurant, the lodges and our home.