THE WINE VILLAGE OF MARLING
Although, at around 2,500 inhabitants, our little village of Marling may not be one of the largest villages in South Tyrol, it is certainly one of the most charming. Visitors and residents are all in agreement that it offers the best of everything: With its proximity to Meran, city life is within easy reach while its location high above Meran, surrounded by apple orchards, grape vines and stunning mountain panorama as far as the eye can see, offers the calm peace of the countryside.
The Waldner family also have their own orchards and winery. Please ask us - we will be delighted to help you with tips around Marling.
Embark on a voyage of discovery in Marling and breathe in the unique Alpine-Mediterranean lifestyle.
Parish Church of the Holy Assumption
The 74 metre high Romanesque tower of the parish church soars up to the sky; the side chapel of the neo-Gothic church dates back to the 13th century and houses valuable frescoes dating to around 1400. Incidentally, a poem about the "Bells of Marling" was set to music by none other than Franz Liszt himself.
Shopping at the Oberwirt
Exclusive delicacies from South Tyrol and Italy are available for purchase in our shop, where we whet your appetite for that something special: all of our products are authentic tastes sourced from family businesses and small companies that combine traditional customs with craftsmanship.
Visit Andrea and Renate Waldner in their exclusive specialist shop for high-quality traditional fashion, country house fashion and casual stylish clothing for men and women. Browse through the hand-picked fashion selection and find with the help of the best advice your very own favorite piece.