The small village of Montagna is situated at the edge of Monte Corno nature park, surrounded by magnificent orchards and vineyards. The steep village centre of Montagna is characterised by cobble stone alleys and colourful houses. The majestic parish church dates back to the 12th century and is dedicated to St. Bartholomew. High above the village is Castel d'Enna, built around 1172 by the Lord of Egna. Dotted across a very sunny lynchet are the hamlets of Pinzano, Gleno, Casignano, Doladizza and Fontanefredde, which are also part of the municipality of Montagna in South Tyrol. The plateau is known for its typical vineyards where the best Pinot Noir wines of South Tyrol flourish. The village is an excellent starting point for numerous hikes and mountain bike tours. In Montagna in South Tyrol you enjoy recreation in unique nature.