• Motorcycle Tours

    12 amazing motorcycle tours through the mountains of the Dolomites and the North East of Italy

    We have developed different motorcycle tours through Dolomites and North Italy to provide you with the chance to see and discover the country as it was meant to be seen – on the back of BMW motorcycle or other model you prefer, without having to worry about any of the itinerary and accommodation planning. Our tours, in collaboration with a rental motorcycle agency in Bolzano, are available from early April to end of September.

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  • Motorcycle Itineraries

  • ”The great Dolomites Road”

    The Great Dolomites Road runs through the Dolomites from Bolzano to Cortina d’Ampezzo. The road was built in 1909 and the distance from Bolzano to Cortina is 90 km. Along the road it is possible to admire the most beautiful views of the Dolomites, the wonderful mountains that are one of the 51 Italian sites on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

    ITINERARY: Bolzano/Bozen (start) – Ega Valley – Carezza Lake – Costalunga Pass – Vigo di Fassa – Canazei – Pordoi Pass – Arabba – Falzarego Pass – Cortina d’Ampezzo – Tre Croci Pass – Misurina Lake – Auronzo Refuge at the Three Peaks of Lavaredo – Landro Valley – Pusteria Valley – Isarco Valley – Bolzano/Bozen (End of the tour).

    LENGTH: 226 km

    MAXIMUM ALTITUDE: 2,333 meters above sea level at the refuge Auronzo under the Three Peaks of Lavaredo


  • ”The Sella Ronda”

    The “Sella Ronda” is a circular route around the mountain group of Sella with transit on four Passes of the Dolomites.

    ITINERARY: Bolzano – Sciliar Plateau – Gardena Valley – Gardena Pass (2136 m) – Corvara – Campolongo Pass (1875 m) – Arabba – Pordoi Pass (2239 m) – Sella Pass (2244 m) – Fassa Valley – Fiemme Valley – Ora – Bolzano.

    LENGTH: 180 km

    MAXIMUM ALTITUDE: 2,244 meters above sea level at Sella Pass


  • Spectacular Valleys in South Tyrol

    Gardena Valley-Badia Valley-Aurina Valley-Pusteria Valley.

    ITINERARY: Bolzano – Gardena Valley – Gardena Pass (2136 m) – Corvara – Badia Valley – Brunico – Tures Valley – Aurina Valley – Predoi – Bressanone – Bolzano.

    LENGTH: 250 km

    MAXIMUM ALTITUDE: 2.136 meters above sea level at Gardena Pass


  • The Bell Tower in the Lake and the legendary Stelvio Pass

    A long tour through the north-west of South Tyrol, a few kilometers from Switzerland and Austria and then the legendary Stelvio, Gavia and Tonale Alpine passes. Curon is well known for its Romanesque bell tower that emerges from Resia Lake and tourists are understandably curious about its history. This steeple, dating back to 1355, indicates that there once was a village down below. The last inhabitants of old Curon were forcibly evacuated in 1950 just a few days before water poured in to fill the Resia artificial lake reservoir. Thus the new Curon was relocated on the shore of the large Resia Lake.

    ITINERARY: Bolzano – Venosta Valley- Resia Pass – Glorenza – Stelvio Pass – Bormio – Gavia Pass – Ponte di Legno – Tonale Pass – Sun Valley – Mendola Pass – Bolzano.

    LENGTH: 280 km

    MAXIMUM ALTITUDE: 2.758 meters above sea level at Stelvio Pass


  • “The Pearl of the Brenta Dolomites”, Madonna di Campiglio

    Madonna di Campiglio is located at 1550 meters above sea level in a beautiful valley between the group of the Brenta Dolomites and the Adamello and Presanella glaciers.

    ITINERARY: Bolzano – Mendola Pass – Sun Valley – Madonna di Campiglio – Pinzolo – Tione – Molveno – Mezzolombardo – Wine Route – Caldaro Lake – Bolzano.

    LENGTH: 200 km

    MAXIMUM ALTITUDE: 1.702 meters above sea level at Campo Carlo Magno Pass (near Madonna di Campiglio).


  • The North of South Tyrol

    After leaving Bolzano we follow the road SS 508 towards Sarentino and we go across the green and colorful Sarentino Valley. Arrived in Campolasta we can turn right for Valdurna coming up to a really suggestive lake. 
    Then we arrive in Pennes Valley and we reach the Pennes Pass at an altitude of 2.211 meters: the view of the Rhaetian Alps and the underlying Isarco Valley is unique. We go down and reach Vipiteno, an historical town where we can stop for a little time. Now we go west and cross all the Aurina Valley. 
    We face now the Giovo Pass, always at an altitude of over 2,000 meters and descend in Passiria Valley until the spa town of Merano. Only 28 km separate us now from Bolzano.

    ITINERARY: Bolzano – Sarentino Valley – Valdurna – Pennes Pass – Vipiteno – Ridanna Valley – Giovo Pass – Passiria Valley – Merano – Bolzano.

    LENGTH: 165 km

    MAXIMUM ALTITUDE: 2.211 meters above sea level at Pennes Pass.


  • Dolomitic Nature!

    From Bolzano we go south along the beautiful Caldaro Lake until the town of Ora where begins the road to the Fiemme Valley. Once in Predazzo we take the road to Rolle Pass and then, following a circular route, we go up and down the Valles and San Pellegrino Passes until we arrive to Moena, a tourist center of Fassa Valley. 
    We face now the last Pass of the day, the Costalunga and we enter in Ega Valley, the “canyon” that will bring us directly to Bolzano.

    ITINERARY: Bolzano – Caldaro Lake – Ora – Fiemme Valley – Rolle Pass – Valles Pass – San Pellegrino Pass – Moena – Vigo di Fassa – Costalunga Pass – Ega Valley – Bolzano.

    LENGTH: 140 km

    MAXIMUM ALTITUDE: 2.032 meters above sea level at Valles Pass.


  •  “La Strada del Vino” – The Wine Road

    From Bolzano we go south along the beautiful Caldaro Lake. Then we continue to Salorno in front of the Haderburg Castle which stands imperiously above the village. Now we continue along the Cembra Valley where we can admire the beautiful vineyards. We arrive then to Cavalese where we can make a short stop. Then we will face the bends that will lead us to the Lavazè Pass. 
    Then we go down to the Isarco Valley to move promptly on the Renon Plateau where we can observe the curious natural phenomenon of “Earth Pyramids”. We go down again where we will find Bolzano.

    ITINERARY: Bolzano – Caldaro Lake – Salorno – Cembra Valley – Cavalese – Lavazè Pass- Ega Valley Renon Plateau – Bolzano.

    LENGTH: 160 km

    MAXIMUM ALTITUDE: 1.808 meters above sea level at Lavazè Pass.


  • The Neuschwanstein Castle and Innsbruck – Austria and Germany in one day

    Today Neuschwanstein is one of the most popular of all the palaces and castles in Europe. Every year 1.4 million people visit “the castle of the fairy-tale king”. In the summer around 6,000 visitors a day stream through rooms that were intended for a single inhabitant. 
    On the way back we stop for a brief stop in the center of Innsbruck, the capital of the Austrian Tyrol. In less than 2 hours we will be again in Bolzano.

    ITINERARY: Bolzano – Brennero (border) – Innsbruck – Fernpass – Reutte – Fuessen and return

    LENGTH: 430 km

    MAXIMUM ALTITUDE: 1,372 meters above sea level at the Brenner Pass


  • The Grossglockner

    The most famous alpine road leads you into the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park, to the highest mountain in Austria, the Grossglockner (3,798m) and its glacier, the Pasterze. You will have a driving and nature experience of a special kind on 48 kilometres of high alpine road with 36 bends, and an altitude ascent to 2,504 metres!

    ITINERARY: Bolzano – Pusteria Valley – Lienz – Heiligenblut – Back in Bolzano.

    LENGTH: 400 km

    MAXIMUM ALTITUDE: 2.571 Edelweiss Peak – Road Grossglockner.



  • “The Garda Lake”, the biggest in Italy



    Covering 370 sq km, Lake Garda is the largest of the Italian lakes, straddling the border between three regions: the Lombard plains to the west, Alpine Trentino Alto-Adige to the north and the rolling hills of the Veneto to the east. Look around and you’ll be surprised to see a Mediterranean landscape of vineyards, olive groves and citrus orchards that is thanks to the lake’s uniquely mild microclimate.

    ITINERARY: Bolzano – Trento – Dro – Arco – Riva del Garda – Limone del Garda – Salò – Desenzano – Sirmione – Peschiera – Lazise – Bardolino – Torri del Benaco – Malcesine – Torbole – Rovereto – Trento –  Bolzano.

    LENGTH: 330 km (flat)

    HIGHLIGHTS: Castello Scaligero in Sirmione and Malcesine, Palazzo dei Capitani in Malcesine, City Walls of Lazise, Monte Baldo.

  • From the Dolomites to Venice – Tour of 2 or more days

    The tour follows the Great Road of the Dolomites (Tour 01) up to Cortina d’Ampezzo: From the Pearl of the Dolomites to Venice are less than 2 hours with the motorcycle! For the return to Bolzano we go through the Po Valley up to Verona and then north towards Bolzano/Brenner.

    ITINERARY: Bolzano – Karersee – Karerpass – Val di Fassa – Pordoi Pass – Arabba – Castle Andraz – Falzarego – Cortina d’Ampezzo – Pieve di Cadore – Lake Santa Croce – Vittorio Veneto – Conegliano – Treviso – Venice.

    LENGTH: 250 km

    MAXIMUM ALTITUD: 2.239 meters above sea level at Passo Pordoi. 



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