There is much to explore in the villages of Lesachtal Valley, in East Tyrol and in neighbouring South Tyrol. This page contains a small selection of worthwhile destinations, whatever the weather. The list is not even remotely complete, so don’t hold back with your holiday planning ...
In Lesachtal Valley
Abenteuer Walderlebniswelt Lesachtal
The Liesing Tourist Association constructed this forest adventure world in 2012 just 5 minutes away from our establishment. It includes a via ferrata, an exhibition sawmill, a forest adventure trail, an adventure playground and an oasis of calm.
Mühlenweg Maria Luggau
The mills in Maria Luggau are the last preserved examples of the several hundred that used to be found in Lesachtal Valley. Fascinating tour with Mill Museum and farmers’ shop.
Mühlboden Leisure Centre
Visit this beautiful recreational area with a small gravel pond, a large sunbathing lawn, a revitalised grain mill – the “Althüttener-Mühle” – and the recently refurbished children’s playground.
A 68-metre miner’s slide, a mine train ride, a 49-metre shaft lift, a treasure hunt for children and exciting insights into the underground world turn a visit to the exhibition mines into an unforgettable experience.
In East Tyrol
Austria’s longest slope slide and other leisure attractions such as water games, a crazy golf course, a family slide and more attract visitors to East Tyrol for a fun-filled family day.
Anras Castle was the summer residence of the Bishops of Bressanone and a court building from 1200 to 1809. Today it is home to a court museum with exclusive special exhibitions.
Assling Adventure World
Game park, a thrilling summer toboggan run, food at the Bärenwirt restaurant, shopping in the farm shop, along with adventures at the playground and on the forest nature trail. Holidays go by in a flash at the Assling Adventure World.
Drei Zinnen Exhibition Dairy
An excursion to South Tyrol and the world of milk processing: The exhibition dairy gets its milk from local farmers and then turns it into various cheese varieties, butter and yoghurt.
Dolomythos San Candido
Michael Wachtler tells the story of the Dolomites and the course of their unique development in the centre of San Candido. The Dolomythos offers a glimpse of primeval times.