Bruneck is where things come together. This is where the Tauferer Ahrntal valley and Val Badia join the Pustertal valley, where the river Ahr flows into the Rienz, and where modern style meets rustic South Tyrol. The architecture, the culture, the events on offer – even the personalities of the people here all reflect Bruneck’s position as a crossroads.
If you like rural charm, you’re in the right place. Olang might be really close to the main town of Bruneck, but the houses and gardens are rustic and rural. It merges with the stunning white Dolomites peaks and gentle green mountain forests. If you like being out in nature, the Pustertal valley and surrounding valleys are perfect for exploring — and there’s no better place base than Olang to do so.
St. Vigil and St. Martin in Thurn
The villages of St. Vigil and St. Martin in Thurn are the Ladin part of the Kronplatz region. They’re also the gateway to the Fanes-Sennes-Prags and Puez-Geisler nature reserves. They are truly a perfect getaway location for everyone who wants to experience the stunning Dolomites and culture in which the oldest language in South Tyrol is lived through.
Surrounded by the mountains of the Rieserferner Group and its 38 peaks, you’ll come across an enchanting world of water. In the Antholz Valley, water winds down its way from icy glaciers through valleys and rocks, leaps down through waterfalls to the riverbed before finally coming to the picturesque mountain lakes. Discover the unique landscape of the Rieserferner-Ahrn nature reserve!
Kiens is in the heart of everything. It’s just a few kilometres from Bruneck, the lively capital of the Pustertal valley. A few metres uphill and you'll come close to lots of mountain peaks. And you’re only a few minutes’ walk from outstanding hikes surrounded by nature and cultural events in the unique green valley.