The highlights of the holiday region

Points of interest

Sand in Taufers and the Ahrntal are true gems of South Tyrol. With their breathtaking alpine landscapes and a plethora of historical and cultural attractions, they offer visitors an unforgettable experience.

Taufers Castle

The special character of the former residential Dynastic of Taufers annually attracts more than 70,000 visitors into its spell. Children delight in the "armory to attack." Art lovers will enjoy the Pacher frescoes and romantics the storybook castle. With special exhibitions and cultural events, as well as a castle bar in the castle courtyard, the castle invites you to linger.

Nativity museum

Experience a spectacular journey through the mystical world of the Nativity. The trail leads from the popular Tyrolean crib via the ancient oriental birth group through to the modern representation in modern art.

Prettau Mine and Climatic Gallery

Breathe in clean, allergen- and pollen-free air, do your body and your airways good... why not think of yourself from time to time? In the abandoned mine galleries formed under specific conditions exists a microclimate that does wonders for people with respiratory problems. The climatic gallery is located ~ 1100 metres inside the mountain and should be a place of calm, relaxation, and recovery.

Reinbach Waterfalls

An impressive natural spectacle in the Rieserferner-Ahrn Nature Park. The waterfalls are located along the Francis Way (Franziskusweg) near Sand in Taufers.

Mineral museum

Be enchanted by the intense radiation of the various Alpine crystals. From a decades-long passion for seeking and collecting minerals, the most important museum of the eastern Alps was created.

Church of the Holy Spirit

The Chapel of the Holy Spirit is located in the back of Ahrntal, against a large rock. In the winter, cross-country ski trails lead out past here, and in the summer, the little church becomes an idyllic destination for families.

Folklore Museum

The Folklore Museum at Dietenheim in Bruneck was established in 1976. Sitz is an old, very grand and magnificent courtyard, one of four Maier courtyards in Dietenheim, a village, which was officially documented for the first time in 995, and whose name is evidence of the first settlement of Bavarians in Pustertal.


In the heart of the Puster Valley lies the picturesque small town of Bruneck. Here, modernity and medieval charm meet harmoniously. The historic "Stadtgasse" of Bruneck invites you to linger with its restaurants, cafés, and boutiques. Every Wednesday, a market day takes place with many local products. Additionally, every Friday from May through October, the farmers' market is held, featuring freshly harvested and lovingly refined products.

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