Sports & nature

Experience the impressive natural landscape that surrounds our accommodation when doing sports in the great outdoors.

From mountain, water and winter sports to golf and relaxation

Tramin, Kalterer See

Lago di Caldaro is the warmest lake for bathing in the Alps.

A jump into the Lake of Caldaro and its nearby swimming pool – water is the elixir of life.

Ansitz Romani

Activities in and around Termeno.

The selection of outdoor activities that southern South Tyrol offers is widespread: Hundreds of kilometres of perfectly signposted hiking paths take you through gentle valleys and hill landscapes or up to the high mountains of the Dolomites.

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The selection of outdoor activities that southern South Tyrol offers is widespread

Hundreds of kilometres of perfectly signposted hiking paths take you through gentle valleys and hill landscapes or up to the high mountains of the Dolomites. Mountain-bikers will find a biking area that can easily withstand comparison with the very best in the Alpine region. Scenically wonderful tours, single trails, downhill rides, a challenging bike park and a permanent time trial section meet every biker requirement.

The connection to the South Tyrolean cycle path network is interesting for both leisurely cyclists and ambitious road-bikers. Lake Caldaro offers ideal conditions for surfers and sailors. Golfers have the choice between the 18-hole course of Monte San Pietro, the 9-hole course at Lana, the golf course of Sarnonico in the province of Trentino and the “Blue Monster” in Appiano – you can reach a total of 5 golf courses in approximately 1 hour by car.

Moreover, only a stone's throw from your accommodation, there are 4 sand golf course, a miniature golf course and a sports and adventure pool. 

Hiking & nordic walking

Easy walks, promenades or alpinism, the surroundings of Termeno offer a wide range of possibilities for every taste and level.

The mild climate and the high number of sunny days make Termeno a hiking destination all year round. The 80 kilometres of hiking and walking routes in Termeno and the base of the Val d’Adige valley can actually be hiked all year round.

In summer months, you can enjoy wonderful scenic hikes in the Mendola mountain ridge, the Monte Regolo uplands and Monte Corno Nature Park. Mountain enthusiasts will find demanding tours in higher realms and some of the best vias ferratas of the Alps in the Dolomites around the Latemar and in the Brenta Dolomites. The flat paths in the Val d’Adige valley floor are ideal routes for Nordic walking. The route from Termeno to Lake Caldaro, for instance, is one of the most popular Nordic walking routes of southern South Tyrol.


Roadbike, mountain bike or discovery tours on the bike, our region is an ideal place for those who love the two wheels.

The geographic position, the connection to the cycle path network in South Tyrol and the varied landscape make Termeno an El Dorado for bikers. Mountain bikers will find one of the best bike areas of South Tyrol in our surroundings, with beautiful scenic tours, demanding single trails and spectacular downhill rides. Enjoy cycling along the perfectly established cycling routes that lead to up to Lake Garda, to the Passo Resia and the Passo del Brennero as well as along the Val Pusteria valley, up to Lienz in East Tyrol. Morever South Tyrol offers several pass roads that are famous Giro d’Italia routes. 

Families can look forward to comfortable and safe cycle paths that make you discover the landscape in another way. The new wine cycle tours stretching in the south of South Tyrol put the focus of the tours on pleasure. Cyclists are rewarded with a glass of tasty local wine in the wine cellars or vineyards.

The bike park of Termeno, however, is a challenge for particularly skilled bikers. Demanding routes with three degrees of difficulty equipped with narrow log bridges, jumps and other obstacles, these are only some of the challenges that can be tackled. Moreover there are permanent time trial sections for challenging other bikers.


Vertical sports can be practised in the climbing gym of Tramin, before you face the challenges in the Mendola mountain range.

In the climbing gym of Tramin you can practise vertical sports on a climbing surface of about 294 sqm with 2.200 climbing holds on walls that are up to 12 m high. Moreover there are 6 fixed ropes for climbing. As far as the difficulties are concerned, they range from 4a to 7c. Available is also a bouldering area. This gym is open on weekdays, on Saturdays from 2 pm it can be rent by groups.

Worth a visit is also the Salewa Cube of Bolzano, which is the largest climbing gym of Italy. An absolute highlight is the large gate at the entrance which is left open when the weather is good in order to make the climbers climb indoor but feel outdoor. The gym offers space for 200 climbers at the same time, offers 180 different routes from 3 a to 8c.

And if you feel fit your can start rock climbing on the Mendola mountains that can easily be reached from our accommodation.

Water sports

A jump into the lake of caldaro and its nearby swimming pool – water is the elixir of life.

Especially in the warm season, the waters in our surroundings become a major role to play when it comes to planning leisure activities, as we all seek a refreshment on hot summer days. At the Lago di Caldaro, the warmest lake for bathing in the Alps and one of the largest lakes of South Tyrol, there are plenty of surfers and sailers, swimmers and those who love to take an extended sun bath. This is where you can easily spend a whole day, or even more days, as the lake and the lakeside offer various possibilities for acitvities. It can for instance also be surrounded on a comfortable footpath.

Its neighbours, the little and large Lago di Monticolo lake and its nearby swimming pool attracts swimmers and lovers of nature likewise. Together with the Monticolo forest, the lakes form a recreational area and biotope.

The sports and adventure pool of Termeno, however, offers whirlpool, climbing rock, terraced lawn for sunbathing with Mediterranean vegetation, restaurant and lawn for playing. And last but not least the 1,300 sqm of water surface.

As you notice, there are many possibilities for refreshing yourselves on hot summer days in the surroundings of the Ansitz Romani residence, that can either be reached on foot, or in a short drive. If you need further advide, please don’t hesitate to ask Sabine & Armin.


No matter if you choose the „blue monster“ orthe golfclub Monte San Pietro – Tramin is a perfect starting point for your golf holidays.

Der neu gestaltete Golfplatz am Rande von Eppan umfasst eine 9-Loch Anlage. Golfliebhaber sind begeistert – eindrucksvolle Greens, diverse kleine Seen und eine traumhafte Umgebung, die ihresgleichen sucht. „The Blue Monster“ - so wird der Golfplatz auch genannt, bietet Platz für Herausforderungen für Profis und auch sichere Erfolgserlebnisse für Beginner. Dank fünf unterschiedlicher Abschlag-Positionen ist der Platz für jede Spielstärke geeignet.

Der Golfculb Petersberg hingegen besteht aus einer abwechslungsreichen 18-Loch Anlage und bietet Raum für Anfänger, Fortgeschrittene und ambitionierte Turnierspielern. Geöffnet ist der Platz von Mitte April bis Mitte November und er liegt eingebettet in eine einmalige Naturlandschaft. Der Golfclub Petersberg hat sich zum Ziel gemacht, zum angenehmsten und schönsten Club Südtirols zu machen. Na dann…

Gerne können wir vom Ansitz Romani Kurse oder Golfstunden in den jeweiligen Golfclubs buchen.

Winter sports

Ski center Latemar, Passo Oclini, Reinswald or Corno del Renon – Tramin is a perfect starting point also for your winter holidays.

Due to its location at 236 m above sea level and its mild climate, Termeno is not a winter sports destination par excellence. However, there are plenty of possibilities for winter sports also in Termeno and its surroundings. There are possibilities to practise ice skating on the frozen Monticolo lake, or in the modern ice stadium.

If you want to go skiing, there are five different skiing areas that can be reached within a 45 minutes’ car drive, including the well-known Latemar Ski Centre at Obereggen in South Tyrol and Pampeago or Predazzo in the Trentino region. Otherwise you can choose from the Corno del Renon near Bolzano, Passo Oclini or Reinswald, ideal for families as well as the Alta Val di Non skiing area. From Monte San Pietro-Nova Ponente, cross-country skiers can join the 50 kilometres of ski runs in the Val di Fassa and Val di Fiemme valleys.