A PICTURE-POSTCARD FARM
Unterbergerhof is one of the oldest and most traditional mountain farms in Val di Vizze. It is stunningly located around 1,450 metres above sea level, and is reached along a panoramic road that winds through an idyllic Alpine landscape. Built over 600 years ago in typical South Tyrolean style, Unterbergerhof is a listed building that blends harmoniously into the surrounding landscape.
There is so much to experience at the Unterbergerhof farm!
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A SPECIAL EXPERIENCE
An unforgettable family holiday in Val di VizzeWhether you are visiting us on a summer break or a ski holiday, you can’t go wrong with a farm holiday at Unterbergerhof. Your children can play in the most beautiful playground in the world: nature. We have equipped our garden with a bird’s nest swing, a climbing frame, a seesaw, a slide and a trampoline for the entertainment of the younger guests, while adults can put their feet up and enjoy the spectacular background of the Val di Vizze landscape as they sunbathe on the lawn. If the sun takes a day off, there’s still plenty to do in our indoor playroom and in the library.
Share a dream holiday full of joy and adventure with your family! Our cosy apartments are havens of peace where you can retreat and recharge – the perfect gift for your loved ones and yourself.
We look forward to welcoming you at the Unterbergerhof farm in Val di Vizze!
ANIMALS AND CHILDREN
Team AwesomeTrue to tradition, our family’s farm in Val di Vizze is home to many animals, with cows, goats, cats and fowl sharing the stable and meadow. This is a wonderful opportunity for your children to discover first-hand where our good, healthy milk comes from, or how many eggs a hen can lay. Sometimes there are also piglets at our farm – really funny and adorable to watch!
Getting up close with animals is both entertaining and a valuable educational experience. It helps us realise that while animals can be fun and cuddly, taking care of them is a great responsibility. We can give your children a guided tour of the farm, where they get to meet all the resident animals and learn how the various farm activities are performed. By prior arrangement, you and your family are also welcome to help with stable work for an unforgettable, authentic experience.
We love nature, our farm and music! We grew up on farms, but we haven’t always been farmers. Egon used to work as a bank clerk and Marika was a kindergarten assistant, but now we run the Unterbergerhof farm with passion and enthusiasm. Marika was born in the farmhouse, which is a listed building, and we have renovated it with great care.
Egon tends to the animals and fields, and also runs a minibus service for students and guests. We also love playing music and singing. As Miguel de Cervantes once said: “He who sings frightens away his ills”.
Marika happily looks after our guests and makes our delicious farm products – with active help from her two sisters during the summer season. That’s life on a farm: we stick together!
Hi, my name is Jonas. I was born 1998. I’ve successfully completed my training as a cooking assistant and I now work in a canteen for people with disabilities. I used to play the flugelhorn in the village band. I don’t do that any more, but I’m a passionate accordion player and singer, and I am also in a choir.
Hi, I’m Miriam. I was born in 1999. My dream is to work with children, and I have completed all the required training. Now, all I need is a bit of luck to find the right job. I am in the village band and local choir, and I am also a member of the local female farmers’ organisation. I play several instruments: flute, guitar, electric guitar and oboe. I also love animals.
Hello, I’m Patrick and I was born in 2000. Due to a metabolic disorder, I have had motor difficulties since I was eight months old. I couldn’t walk until I was six. I’m still at school and I use a computer to do my homework. I am the one who drives an electric car. So, if you see me... make way!
Hi, I’m Jakob. I was born on Valentine’s Day 2006. I’m still at school, but I’m looking forward to an apprenticeship and I’d like to find a job as soon as possible. I really enjoy driving a tractor and helping my father in the stable. I also love walking in the forest and carving wood. The goats on our farm belong to me, and they are my favourite animals.