Ronchi

The locality of Ronchi is located in a sunny position in the heart of the vineyards south of Termeno village, at an average of 318 m a.s.l.

Ronchi (Rungg, in German) stretches between 290 and 320 m a.s.l. at the foot of the Mendola Ridge south of Termeno village. The small locality, which since 1978 has been one of the three districts of Termeno, consists only of some farmsteads and houses. The St. Joseph Chapel with artworks by Ferdinand Stuflesser represents the village centre.

This little village can be reached via a narrow street from Termeno village or Cortaccia. In this landscape characterised by vineyards, in 1880 a menhir was found, which proves that this area has already been settled in the prehistoric times, that’s to say in the Neolithic and the Bronze Age. This menhir is today exhibited in the Tyrolean State Museum Ferdinandeum in Innsbruck.

Ronchi, a sunny hamlet in the heart of the vineyards, offers tranquillity and relaxation. You can discover this part of the South Tyrolean Wine Road best by bike: the 40 km long Southern Wine Route stretches from Termeno to the geographic and linguistic border between the South Tyrol and the Trentino region and takes you back - via the Lake Caldaro Biotope - to Termeno.

Suggested accommodations: Ronchi show all

  1. Runggnerhof
    Farm

    Runggnerhof

  2. Finkenhof
    Farm

    Finkenhof

  3. Weishof
    Apartments

    Weishof

  4. Garni Ritterhof
    Bed&Breakfast

    Garni Ritterhof

  5. Grabmayrhof
    Farm

    Grabmayrhof

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