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Time out in Pfelders

What is so special about Pfelders? The peace and quiet. No traffic jams, no horns.
Because the traffic-calmed village is part of the “Alpine Pearls” association and part of a mobility concept that shows that things can be done differently.

Which means: A barrier at the entrance of the village regulates who is allowed to drive on the roads.
Local residents and guests staying in the village are allowed to drive through using a code. All others may use the more environmentally friendly option, such as the village express in the winter.
But those who spend their holidays at the Steinerhof rarely need a car anyway: Everything is within walking distance.
Pfelders 10/D
I-39013 Moos in Passeier
South Tyrol . ItalyTel.: +39 340 5478603
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For those arriving …


Pfelders is a traffic-calmed zone. Passage is controlled by a barrier. You will receive the code with the booking confirmation.

There are several ways to get here:

  • via the Brenner motorway A22, then via the Jaufenpass to Pfelders (all year round, only recommended in good weather)
  • via Timmelsjoch to Moos im Passeier and then on to Pfelders (only accessible in the summer months from June to October)
  • via the Brenner motorway to Bozen, then on to Meran and Pfelders (recommended all year round, whatever the weather)

A free & large car park is available for our guests.
P.S. The nearest e-charging point is at the entrance to the village next to the tunnel, above the lifts of the Pfelders cable cars. 

We will be happy to pick you up from the bus or train station in Meran.
You can also take the train from Bozen to Meran. Then change to the SASA bus line 240, which takes you directly to Pfelders without having to change buses. The closest bus stop is right next to our farm tavern and just a one-minute walk away from the new farmhouse.