Natural beauty from spring to autumn
The Montiggl Lakes
In an idyllic location on the South Tyrolean Wine Road, the Montiggl Lakes and their surrounding forests form a unique recreational area. See for yourself.
Charming little villages and natural treasures line the South Tyrolean Wine Road. One of them? The Montiggl Lakes. The Small Montiggl Lake is located at 514 metres above sea level and thus a little bit higher than its “brother” at 492 metres. Both lakes are surrounded by lush mixed and pine forests and together they form a beautiful biotope and recreational area that is popular from spring to autumn. Bikers, hikers, and beachgoers are magically attracted to this idyllic natural gem during the warm summer season. One of the most popular photo motifs is the "Schlössl" on the Great Montiggl Lake, built by Josef Zastrow in 1888. A picturesque circular hiking trail starts from the car park and leads you around both lakes in one and a half hours. Those who have booked a spa hotel in South Tyrol should take time for an excursion to the Montiggl Lakes. Here, nature shows itself from its most beautiful side.