Holiday on the Seiser Alm, among nature and relaxation at Hotel Seelaus
Nature holidays at the biggest high alpine pasture in Europe
Holidays on the Seiser Alm are unforgettable! With 57 km², the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi holiday area is as big as 8,000 soccer pitches and it is the biggest, and probably most beautiful high-alpine pasture in Europe. The Seiser Alm is located in the South Tyrolean Dolomites between 1.680 and 2.350 meters of altitude.
The panorama is overlooked by three imposing peaks: Schlern, Langkofel and Plattkofel. Schlern and the "Hexenbänke" (witches benches) are cult spots at the Seiser Alm. The popular legends of the Schlern witches originate here.
Together with Schlern and Rosengarten Mountains, the western part of the alpine pasture makes up the Schlern-Rosengarten Nature Park. Schlern makes up the border of the Seiser Alm in a south-westerly direction. To the south-east you'll find the imposing Langkofel mountain group. And to the north, the Seiser Alm borders with the Gröden Valley.
Some people love to spend their holidays in this region in summer for hiking, jogging, cycling and Nordic walking. In winter, this is the ideal place for skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and hiking.
We have always loved the Seiser Alm, a true paradise on earth. Here you will find unspoilt nature, silence, peace and quiet.