Holidays in the Dolomites with the feelgood factor
Holidays in the Val d’Ega? A safe bet!
First of all: the Val d’Ega...
- … is just 20 minutes by car from the provincial capital Bolzano.
- ... covers an area of 200 km2 – of which 70% is forested!
- ... has a population density of just 40 inhabitants per km2.
- ... has around 5,000 cosy beds for guests – just 24 beds per km2.
- ... is proud to offer 17 hotels in the 4-star and 4-star S categories and 140 smaller establishments in farmhouses or with private landlords – which account for some 65% of all accommodation!
Carefree hiking fun
To ensure that the summer season can begin on time and run smoothly and safely in Val d'Ega we take maximum care to ensure that hygiene, cleanliness and all existing precautions are observed for your safety. Book your holiday! Believe us - it's good for the soul! Should you change your mind at short notice: The cancellation conditions are as flexible as our hosts in Val d'Ega.
Your safe travel to South Tyrol:
- Persons from EU countries and Schengen states (list C countries) have already been permitted to enter South Tyrol without having to quarantine since 16 May 2021.
- Upon entry, the person entering the country must:
- present the EU Digital COVID Certificate (EU CoronaPassport) showing whether one has recovered, been vaccinated or tested. It is also possible to present a printed confirmation of a negative test, a convalescence certificate or a vaccination certificate.
Proof of vaccination: Proof of vaccination counts from the 15th day after the vaccination cycle has been completed.
Proof of recovery: Proof of recovery from a Covid 19 infection in the last six months.
Proof of test: Negative antigen or PCR test not older than 48 hours; children under 6 years of age are exempt from testing.
- Before entering Italy, register online via the European Digital Passenger Locator Form (dPLF). In the event of a check, a confirmation email on a smartphone is sufficient proof. In exceptional cases, i.e. exclusively in the event of technical obstacles, it is possible to complete the self-declaration in writing.
- Accommodations are open provided that the following safety measuresare respected. For more details, please contact your respective accommodation provider.
- When returning from South Tyrol to their respective home country, guests must also observe the entry requirements applicable in their respective home country as applicable to a return trip from Italy. You can find out what you need to consider on your return journey to your home country here!
The most important measures:
- Wearing mouth-nose protection in all enclosed spaces and wherever the prescribed safety distance cannot be maintained (including retail shop and catering establishments).
- Regular disinfection of the gondolas and chairs of the lift facilities as well as all common areas.
- All service staff wear masks
- Use of Plexiglas partitions and contactless payment facilities at the sales counters
- Disinfection dispensers in the entrance areas of the lift facilities, in front of the ticket counters, in the toilets and in the catering facilities.
How can YOU help?
- Wash and disinfect your hands regularly.
- Keep to the minimum distance required by law (1 metre).
- Wearing a surgical mask outdoors is no longer mandatory. However, it is still compulsory to have a surgical mask with you and to wear it whenever there are crowds. Always wear a mouth-nose protection if the minimum distance cannot be guaranteed or if you are in closed rooms.
- The retail shop is open all week. Wearing a surgical mask while shopping is compulsory for persons 12 years and older.
- Bars and restaurants are open.
- Mouth-nose protection is required when entering a restaurant - you may remove it at the table.
- Public transport and cable cars will operate at 80% transport capacity. Wearing a surgical mask while on board is mandatory for people aged 12 and over, although wearing the FFP2 mask is still recommended.
- If you feel ill, please stay in your room, do not go hiking, do not visit any gastronomic establishment, do not participate in any event and do not go to the doctor or hospital under any circumstances, but inform your host and call +39 1500 to clarify the further procedure.
The Green Pass constitutes evidence of one of the following points:
- first vaccination against the coronavirus (the Green Pass is issued 15 days after receiving the first vaccination),
- having completed the vaccination cycle (valid for 9 months)
- recovery from Covid-19 (valid for 3 months)
- having taken a Covid-19 molecular (PCR) or antigen test and received a negative result in the past 48 hours.
Unlike other regions and provinces in Italy, the Green Pass in South Tyrol is also valid for:
- participation in outdoor events
- access to public indoor swimming pools, spa facilities, beauty salons, sports halls and changing rooms
- admission to theatres, cinemas and concert halls, if more than 50% of the seats are reserved
- overnight stays in communal dormitories mountain refuges/huts and youth hostels .
Children under the age of 12 are not required to show a Green Pass in the above situations. Youths between the ages of 12 and 18 may take a nose swab test on site for entry into the above places.
Starting Friday, 6 August 2021, the Green Pass will be required for access to the following services and activities:
- Consuming food and beverages in indoor seating areas
- Indoor swimming pools, swimming centers, gyms, team sports, indoor spa facilities, including facilities located in tourist accommodation establishments
- Public events and competitions
- Museums, other cultural sites, and exhibitions
- Trade shows, conferences, and conventions
- Thermal spas, theme parks, and amusement parks
- Indoors areas in cultural centers and community centers
From now on, nostril and antigen tests will only be carried out in pharmacies for a fee.
You can book your test at the following links: