The market town of Innichen with its lively pedestrian zone, colourful shops and charming cafés is ideal for strolling around and shopping. Hiking and biking enthusiasts will also find exciting trails and lots of nature in and around Innichen. For families Innichen truly is the perfect destination, what with the Haunold mountain and its Funbob, the Dwarf Village and other attractions.
The charming village of Sexten is nestled in the rugged mountains of the Sexten Dolomites. The village is away from the hustle and bustle, and offers a lot of nature, peace, and relaxation. The Sexten Dolomites are particularly well known and popular with mountaineers, but hiking and biking enthusiasts will also find countless panoramic tours in Sexten. There’s a lot of entertainment on offer for the little ones, too.
Toblach lies at the entrance to the romantic, unspoilt Höhlensteintal valley. The resort is known both for Lake Toblach, surrounded by steep slopes, and for its cultural offerings, especially the Gustav Mahler Music Weeks. Toblach is also the perfect place to set out on a hiking or cycling tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The numerous via ferratas amid the Dolomites’ peaks draw in mountain enthusiasts from far and wide.
Niederdorf is the first village in Italy featuring a Kneipp experience. Fresh air and a clean environment promote wellness. Fill your lungs with that clean air! The train station is not far from the centre and offers great connections to the lifts of 3 Zinnen Dolomites and to the neighbouring Kronplatz/Plan de Corones. Stress-free, car-free days in Niederdorf.
The wild and romantic Pragser Valley is nestled in the Pragser Dolomites and the Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park. At the end of the valley, at an altitude of 1,494 metres, lies the world-famous Pragser Wildsee, overlooked by the mighty Seekofel (2,810 m). The Plätzwiese, a high plateau of fascinating beauty and with a stunning view, ideal for hiking and biking tours, is another highlight.