Schenna is situated on the sunny hill just above Meran in South Tyrol, embedded in vineyards and orchards – at an altitude of 600 metres above sea level.
Schenna stretches across an area of 48 km² and reaches the borders of the city of Meran (300 metres) up to both local mountains, the Hirzer (2,781 metres) and the Ifinger (2,581 metres).
Besides the town centre (600 metres), Schenna consists of a further six villages/suburbs, which reach from 716 metres above sea level to 1,536 metres. These are: Verdins, St. Georgen, Schennaberg, Videgg, Unter- and Obertall. Each suburb has its own characteristic beauty.
Data and facts
- 2.707 inhabitants
- 48 km² in area
Popular holiday resort in South Tyrol.
Popular holiday resort in South Tyrol.Over the past 50 years, the former farming village has developed into one of the most important tourist resorts in South Tyrol. The excellent location, climate, varied and high-quality choice of tourist accommodation, personal development, as well as hospitality have all brought much success to Schenna.