A South Tyrolean historian once described Wolfsthurn, enthroned on a hill above Mareta, as the most beautiful castle in all Tyrol. At Wolfsthurn Castle visitors can glean cultural and historical information on hunting and wildlife as well as folk art relating to hunting and fishing.
On the upper floor of the baroque castle are the splendid grand rooms with their original baroque furnishings, while on the first floor is the hunting and fishing exhibition.
There is a special play area where children can learn about animal calls, tracks, deer antlers and bear caves.
A pleasant walkway from the village of Mareta to the castle passes through woods and along a waterway. The one-kilometre-long themed path winds through a fallow deer preserve and is suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs.
Wolfsthurn, the baroque castle with antique furniture, with interesting hunting and fishing exhibition and with specific areas to learn about the natural habitats. The most beautiful castle in Tyrol, so called by the historian Joh. Nep. Tinkhauser (1828).
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