Sport. Nature.

Active in water, on the mountain and in the countryside

Enjoy a varied and active holiday in an impressive natural setting and get to know Tramin an der Weinstraße from its sporty side.


Well-being for body and mind

Give yourself some time-out and relax with a yoga session in the Romani garden with fresh air and a magnificent view.

Every Thursday


Lake Kaltern

Lake Kaltern, the warmest swimming lake in the Alps, is only 10 minutes’ drive from Ansitz Romani. It is one of the largest lakes in South Tyrol and offers plenty of space for all kinds of water sports. Four bathing areas can be found on the shores of the lake. Here you can simply relax and enjoy the view or enjoy activities on the lake. Whether swimming, windsurfing, fishing, sailing or walking – everyone is guaranteed to find their favourite activity on Lake Kaltern.


There are many opportunities around the Ansitz Romani to jump into the cool (or warm) water. In addition to Lake Kaltern the Montiggler Lake is also ideal for swimming and splashing around. The Tramin sports and adventure pool is only a few minutes away from Ansitz Romani. With a water surface area of 1,300 m², whirlpool, climbing rock, 50-metre pool and much more, it is fun for young and old.

Discover the new natural pool in Ansitz Romani.

Refreshing. Natural pool

Water sports

The lakes around Tramin an der Weinstraße are not only a great place to swim and relax.

Further water sports in the region:

Wind surfing

Stand up paddle

Peddle boat

Rowing boat





Walking, hiking or mountaineering – the countryside surrounding Tramin is ideal for exploring on foot. The mild climate and sunny days make Tramin a year-round hiking destination. The 80 km hiking and walking paths in Tramin and on the valley floor of the Etschtal are also possible at every time of year. In the summer months the leisurely hikes on the Mendelkamm, in the lower mountains of the Regglberg and in the Trudner Horn Nature Park. Mountaineers will find more challenging routes in the mountains and some of the most famous climbing routes in the Alps in the Dolomites around Latemar, and in the Brenta-dolomites. The flat pathways in the Etschtal provide ideal Nordic-Walking-Routes. The route from Tramin to Lake Kaltern is among the most popular Nordic-Walking-routes in the southern South Tyrol.


The area around Tramin is great for exploring not only on foot, but also on a bike. Mountain bikers will find one of the best biking areas of South Tyrol with scenic tours, challenging single trails and spectacular downhill-rides. The mountain bike technical course in Tramin is a challenge for experienced bikers. Master the course in three different grades of difficulty, with narrow bridges made from logs, jumps and other obstacles. In addition, mountain bikers can measure their fitness and strength against others on a permanent track.

E-bikes can be hired from us at a charge.
Inform yourself in advance per telephone or email.



Tramin is the perfect starting point for your golfing holiday in the South Tyrol. Three golf courses are nearby:

The Blue Monster Golf club Eppan
Approx.  20 minutes’ drive
The Golf club on the edge of Eppan, is 9-hole course in beautiful surroundings. Look forward to impressive greens and various little lakes. Thanks to 5 various teeing off positions, the course is suitable for all abilities.

Golf club Petersberg
Approx. 30 minutes’ drive
The varying 18-hole course in Petersberg offers a place for beginners, intermediate and advanced match players. The course lies encased in a unique landscape and is open from the middle of April until the middle of November.

Dolomiti Golf club
Approx. 50 minutes’ drive
The 18-hole course is located in Nonstal behind the Mendelpass. Surrounded by pine woods and mountains, the course is one of the most beautiful in the Alpine region. The course is technically quite difficult and offers professionals an interesting challenge.

We are happy to reserve a tee-time or lessons in any of the golf clubs for you.


The geographical location, the link to the network of cycling paths in the South Tyrol and the varied landscape make Tramin a biker’s paradise. Hobby cyclists and families can look forward to leisurely and safe cycle paths on which they can combine healthy exercise with the experience in nature. The new wine bike tours in the southern part of South Tyrol has literally put enjoyment at the centre of the tour destinations: in vineyards and on wine estates, cyclists are rewarded with a good glass of wine. Road cyclists can ride on well-developed cycle paths as far as Lake Garda, the Reschen Pass, the Brenner Pass or the Puster Valley. In addition, the pass roads of the Dolomites and some legendary stretches of the Giro d’Italia beckon.



Thanks to the central location of Tramin in the southern part of the South Tyrol several ski resorts are only a short car journey away.

Ski centre Latemar
The ski centre Latemar with the entry point at Obereggen can be reached in a little less than an hour by car and offers varied, perfectly groomed slopes at the foot of the Latemar as well as many spectacular events from Ansitz Romani.

Ski resort Jochgrimm
For those that like it quieter, the ski resort of Jochgrimm is just the place – ideal for families and ski groups. Here you will find slopes for beginners as well as black slopes. Cross-country skiers can make good use of the 60 kilometres of tracks. Jochgrimm is located approx. 35 km from Anisitz Romani.

Ski resort Reinswald
The ski resort of Reinswald is also ideal for families. You can also enjoy one of the longest natural toboggan runs in the South Tyrol as well as a romantic sleigh ride. Reinswald can be reached from Tramin in approx. 45 minutes.

Ski resort Rittner Horn
The Rittner Horn can be referred to as a varied ski resort. Wide slopes, excellent winter hiking paths, walks in scenic landscapes – something for everyone here. From Tramin the ski resort is aprox 45 minutes away.


In winter it is also wonderful to hike in and around Tramin. Whether it’s a walk, a winter hike or a snowshoe hike on the Mendel. From the Mendel Pass you walk via the Halbweg hut to the Überetscher hut (not open in winter) with panoramic views. Predicate: worth seeing. Around Tramin, there are also a number of pleasant circular and walking trails for the whole family.

Christmas market

The Bozen Christmas market has been taking place since 1990 and is the largest Christmas market in Italy. About 150 decorated stands in the Waltherplatz invite you to observe, be amazed and linger. Culinary delights such as chestnuts, apple punch and local delicacies can be enjoyed. It is well worth a visit to the atmospheric Christmas markets in Meran, Kaltern, Brixen, Bruneck or the Sarntal.

Excursion tips

Tramin an der Weinstraße


Visit a wine cellar

Visit one of the many wine cellars around Tramin and find out close-up how the popular Gewürztraminer is made. A trip to a vineyard is almost compulsory when on holiday I the South Tyrol.

Lake Kaltern

Visit the warmest swimming lake in the Alps. The lake is not only a bathing paradise, but is perfect for windsurfing, sailing, fishing and stand-up-paddle.

Traminer Nature Trail

The Traminer nature trail is an experience for young and old. Get to know the flora, fauna and geology of the region better during the idyllic family hike.

Kaltern Höhenweg (High road)

In spring, many cycling routes are already free of snow and easily passable, such as the Kaltern or Traminer high roads. Whether mountain bikers, road cyclists or hobby cyclists – in Tramin all cycling enthusiasts get their money’s worth from spring to autumn.


The capital of the South Tyrol is well worth a visit in summer. Enjoy a glass of wine and observe the comings and goings in the fruit market (famous and attractive) or Waltherplatz, stroll through the historical alleys or relax at one of the cultural events in and around Bozen.

Seiser Alm

Visit the largest high alpine pasture in Europe! The Seiser Alm in the Dolomites is worth visiting in summer and winter. Regardless of whether you take your bike or go on foot or with your skis in winter to admire the countryside.


Climbing hall Tramin

If you don’t want to miss out on vertical mountain sports in winter, you’ll find climbing in varying difficulties from 4 to 8a in the Traminer climbing hall. There is also a boulder area. You can also climb high in the Salewa Cube in Bolzano, one of the largest climbing halls in Italy.

Ski resort Hopping

Why choose one ski area when you can have several? Ski resorts such as the ski centre Latemar, Jochgrimm or Reinswald are easily accessible from Ansitz Romani. Cross-country skiing, tobogganing or ski touring are also popular activities in the areas.

Visit the Christmas market

During your winter holiday in Tramin at Christmas time, you can easily reach a number of Christmas markets. Not only Italy’s largest Christmas market, but the market in Bozen really enchants its visitors. Other wonderful markets include Meran, Kaltern and Brixen.

Romantic walk through Tramin

Especially in winter the old alleys around the historical village centre are an inviting place for a leisurely winter walk. In Tramin you can get away from the hustle and bustle and find total relaxation on a winter holiday.

Ice skating on Lake Kaltern

When the ice layer is thick enough, the ice arena on Lake Kaltern opens its doors. All lovers of ice sports can look forward to hours of fun in the ice stadium in Eppan and on the large Montiggler Lake. There are also many opportunities for ice skating and ice hockey in Bozen.