Bronzolo

Centrally located, Bronzolo is the perfect starting point to explore the South Tyrolean South.

Embedded in the porphyry walls of the Göller, Salto del Cavallo and Monte dei Giudei mountains, Bronzolo is located at 238 m asl. and counts 2,700 inhabitants today. Due to its location at the Adige River, Branzolo was an important wood and merchandise hub for centuries and had its own postal and customs station. The main street, Strada Nazionale, which crosses the village, is probably part of the ancient Roman Via Claudia-Augusta. Bronzolo is situated along the South Tyrolean Wine Route, where different varieties of grapes are cultivated: Cabernet, Merlot, Lagrein and Vernaccia.

Bronzolo is a central starting point to explore the surroundings, like the South Tyrolean lowland and the Trentino in the south and the capital of Bolzano with its markets and museums in the north, which can be reached by train in only 10 minutes. In the east the charming mountain world of the Dolomites can be discovered and in the west the lake area of the Wine Route, well-suited for biking or hiking awaits you. A quiet village, nestled in nature and ideally located for leisure activities of all kinds, this is Bronzolo.