The Tures and Aurina valleys in South Tyrol offer infinite possibilities for sport, leisure and enjoyment for a pleasant holiday.
The environment, so attractive and hospitable, alone can guarantee a welcome and well-being to all who search for a restful holiday of relaxation and sweet idleness.
Naturalistic routes, alpine itineraries of any difficulty, at altitudes up to 3,000 metres. The panorama is guaranteed, as also fine air, plenty of splendid weather and the most authentic hospitality.
Exciting adventure and enjoyment. On the water, in the air, in the mountains. You can canoe, take a river-trek, fly with a para-glider, go rock-climbing, take excursions on foot, by bike and on horseback.
The castle at Tures, the old mine in Predoi, richly endowed museums (Museum for Minerals and the Museum Maranatha with traditional Christmas crib scenes), the path of meditation, dedicated to St. Francis and the nature path: a fascinating itinerary going back into history and in the culture of the valley.
Enjoy in the summer the scenery within the Speikboden and Klausberg area by hiking on its many well planned and market hiking trails. Start out at the summit stations and go up to the vantage points from which there is a magnificent panoramic view of everything from the Zillertaler Alps to the Dolomites.
The intriguing Museum of Mines at Predoi portrays the history of copper or mining.
A fantastic variety of runs, from the easiest and sunniest to the most challenging, avant-garde systems in Klausberg and Speikboden and in Rio Bianco.
When winter comes, the enchantment of snow is an invitation to enjoy unforgettable days in the sun and the open air, with splendid skiing right up to Easter among the surroundings peaks.
Extraordinary excursions for all, whether dedicated to sport or not, in splendid natural and still intact scenery.
80 km of cross-country tracks, ski carousels right to the tops of the highest peaks, excursions over the snow, across fields and through woods.
Climbing in the best known and spectacular mountains in the Alps
The highest plateau in Europe, situated in the middle of the Dolomites
On a sunny plateau with wonderful views of the Pustertal
The path 24 encompasses the reserve of the Tessa mountains