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Holiday in the wine village Girlan | Eppan

 
 

Traditional "Martini-market"

Fair, culinary treats and shopping experience at the wine village Girlan | Eppan

Every year in November the village Girlan is in special circumstances: it is the saint's day of St. Martin from Tours, which is celebrated with a big market in the streets and alleys of Girlan | Eppan. The harvest of the farmers is completed, another important cause, to pause and to celebrate for a day to shop, to chat and to enjoy the high quality wines of Girlan | Eppan.
The wine village Girlan | Eppan has its unique characteristics. The typical village on the South Tyrolean wine route comes with special charme and numerous wine cellars. One winery is located next to another and the passion for the grape's juice is palpable in every inch of the village.
 
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You can get almost everything what Your heart desires: food, regional delicacies, sweets, clothing, leather wear, household articles and agricultural machines. The many associations of Girlan | Eppan are engaged to provide all sorts of both culinary and oenological treats. The lively atmosphere is suffused with the scent of Fried food, of smoked meat, sausages, roasted chestnuts, of sweets and tangerines.

After the traditional Martini-market the locals celebrate in the houses and cellars of Girlan | Eppan sometimes until morning dawns.

INFORMATIONS MARTINI-MARKET

Date: Saturday, 10th November 2018

Time:
from 7.30 am

Location: Center of Girlan | Eppan

Contact for accomodations:
Tourist Info Eppan
Rathausplatz 1
39057 St. Michael | Eppan
+39 0471 662206
info@eppan.com
 
 

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