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Peeting zoos Getting close with animals

Petting zoo: In South Tyrol it’s time to cuddle up

Children love animals. Watching, petting, and feeding them is one of the fondest memories that children can collect on family holiday in South Tyrol. In some of our Familienhotels Südtirol you will have the opportunity to get up close to our animal friends, but you will also have the opportunity to visit the numerous petting zoos in the immediate vicinity. One thing is for sure: A holiday in South Tyrol with children offers plenty of fun. We, your host families in the Familienhotels Südtirol, make sure of this with our unique offer.

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Petting zoo in South Tyrol – fluffy fun

Soft and cuddly: furry encounters

Rossy Park on Monte Cavallo/Rosskopf

Rossy Park – that’s the name of the petting zoo on Monte Cavallo/Rosskopf near our family hotels in Val Venosta/Eisacktal. Here you will find hares, donkeys, ponies, dwarf sheep and dwarf goats, as well as llamas and alpacas that will be happy to accompany you on your hikes.

Reierhof adventure farm in Val Casies/Gsiesertal

Would you like to spend a day on the farm? Then the Reierhof Adventure Farm in Val Casies/Gsiesertal is your address. Besides the classic farm animals, fallow deer, ibex, yaks, zebus, buffalo, llamas, and alpacas also live here. Get excited!

Col de Flam petting zoo near St. Ulrich

In the Col de Flam Petting Zoo near St. Ulrich in Val Gardena/Gröden you will jump for joy on the four fantastic trampolines. Look forward to an exciting high ropes course, a zipline, and lots of animals to pet.

Marinzen Alm in the Sciliar/Schlern area

With the right destination in mind, it’s a real pleasure to go hiking with children in South Tyrol – especially when there are lots of animals waiting to greet you at the end of the trail. At the Marinzen Alm in the Sciliar/Schlern area a petting zoo and a fishing pond await you as a reward.

Ancient pets in the hamlet of Gfrill near Tisens

The ancient mountain farm in the hamlet of Gfrill near Tisens – near our family hotels in Meran & Environs – is home to old breeds of domestic animals, such as woolly pigs and racka sheep. But also ponies, dwarf goats and sheep, peacocks, horses, donkeys, fallow deer, emus, and other animals live here.

Taser Alm above Schenna

Get up close and personal with animals on the Taser Alm above Scena/Schenna. The mountain zoo is home to dwarf goats, llamas, alpacas, donkeys, guinea pigs, ponies, and hares. There are also pigs in the barn. With a little luck you can even help with feeding.

Petting zoo at Meran 2000

Want to snuggle up a bit? Then head straight to Meran 2000. In the petting zoo of the Outdoor Kids Camp your little ones can pet ponies, dwarf goats, and rabbits. But be careful: Children are difficult to get away from their four-legged friends.

Juval Castle at the entrance to Val Senales/Schnalstal

Juval Castle at the entrance to the Val Senales/Schnalstal is not only home to mountaineering legend Reinhold Messner, but also to countless animals. In addition to the Messner Mountain Museum dedicated to the Magic of the Mountain, you will also get the chance to visit a small mountain zoo here.