South Tyrol. Featuring the unique beauty of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this is an eye-catching landscape steeped in legend and shaped by the contrast between Alpine-peak formations and Mediterranean wine country. South Tyrolean specialities like apples, wine and smoked ham are produced here. These especially high-quality products result from the mild climate, with over 300 days of sunshine per year, and from the farmers, with years of experience at their disposal. South Tyrol. This is the most coveted place to live in all of Europe where, in addition to traditional ties, a sense of innovation and design is palpable. After all, the people of South Tyrol and their culture make the difference. It is the meeting place of the Italian, German and Ladin languages. It is a mixture of southern ease and rural sense of tradition. The influences of true South Tyrolean personalities and luminaries have combined to mould this province.