Special holiday in Mölten!
"Kikeriki" makes all the cock very early in the morning and although you don't want to stand up, you get up with the chicken from your cuddly warm bed and go to the balcony to see what weather is today.
The air of the night cold, fresh and tastes spicy and the first sunrays tickle the nose. Everything is quiet, no traffic noise disturbs the idyll. The idyll of pure speech is here, is located in Mölten in Southern South Tyrol, a recreational village with 1300 inhabitants, where mainly the change of seasons rules life.
And that's because Mölten's residents, as almost everywhere in the south of South Tyrol, live from the winegrowing. Accordingly appears the landscape on the sunny plateau Salten-Tschöggelberg: Gentle wine hills as far as the eye can see, apple-meadows down in the valley , then wrinkled rock towers and repeatedly lying scattered vineyards and farms.
For connoisseurs and wine lovers the quiet Mölten is the ideal address for holidays in South Tyrol. Especially when you know that in Mölten is situated the highest elevated sparkling wine-cellars of Europe. It is called Arunda.
Active-holiday-makers such as hikers, climbers and mountain bikers will also feel fine in Mölten. Easy paths, difficult tours, nice fixed-rope routes and punchy climbing routes. Bikers however find simple or difficult trails on forest paths or paved cycling lanes.
The hotels, guest houses, apartments and farms in Mölten are mainly cozy family-businesses and perfect for relaxing and inexpensive vacations. Mölten can be reached on a new scenic route from Terlan (only a few kilometres from Bozen) or by cable car: the valley-station is located in Vilpian.