Völs am Schlern - Fié allo Sciliar
Völs am Schlern is a municipality with 3539 inhabitants in South Tyrol. The municipality of Völs extends over the Schlern region from the Eisacktal to the Schlern and also takes a large part of the right side of the Tierser valley with the faction Völser Aicha. The actual village center is Untervöls. Fié is famous for his “Kuchenkastl” and for their baroque church.
Seiser Alm - Alpe di Siusi
The Seiser Alm has a size of 56 km², located at an altitude of 1680m to 2350 m, and is one of the largest closed high plateaus in the Alps. The Schlern, the Roterdspitze, the Langkofelgruppe, the Puflatsch, the Pizberg and the Rosszähne border the Alpe di Siusi. The settlement of the Alpe di Siusi is divided into two localities: the 1860 m compatsch, which is strongly developed in tourism, at the extreme western edge of the high plateau and Saltria 1680 m. From Seis there is access to the Alpe di Siusi with regular buses and a modern circular gondola lift.
Rosengarten - Catinaccio
The Rosengarten group is a mountain massif of the Dolomites in South Tyrol and Trentino. Since 2009, the Rosengarten group has been part of the World Heritage site of the Dolomites. The highest elevation is the Kesselkogel with a height of 3004 meters. It can be climbed from the Grasleiten Pass or from the Antermoia Valley via an easy via ferrata.
Tschafon - Mt. Cavone
In the heart of the nature park Schlern-Rosengarten lies the quaint Tschafonhütte on 1.737m. The mountain hut is a popular destination for families, hikers and mountaineers, who are looking for peace and quiet in the silence of nature. It is easy to reach from the hiking trails of Tiers am Rosengarten, Völs am Schlern, and the Völser Weiher.
Oachner Höfeweg – Hiking Tour
The Oachner Höfeweg ( "Oacha" is the dialectical name for the village of Völser Aicha) is one of the highlights in the Völser community and is particularly suitable for a hike in the spring or autumn.
Ötzi the Iceman - museum
The original finds and the history of the man from the ice - also known as Ötzi - can be visited on three floors in the South Tyrolean Archeology Museum: from the media hype to the discovery of the research on the 5,000-year-old, extraordinarily well-preserved ice-mummus and its notes, as well as all sorts of things Curios, exciting interviews and interactive experiences. The highlight of the exhibition is the life-long reconstruction of the man from the ice.
Völser Weiher - Laghetto di Fiè
The Völser Weiher is one of eight swimming lakes in South Tyrol and is located in the Naturpark Schlern-Rosengarten, at the foot of the symbolic mountain Schlern.
The Völser Weiher is one of the cleanest bathing lakes in Italy. Legambiente, the largest environmental protection organization in Italy, awards the bathing lakes every year. The Völser Weiher is among the top three of the most beautiful bathing lakes. Due to its intact ecosystem and excellent water quality, the lake is a popular destination for bathing at the foot of the Schlern.
The Prösels Castle was built around 1200 by the lords of Völs, noble services of the Bishops of Brixen, and was extended to a renaissance castle by the former provincial capital of Tyrol, Leonhard von Völs, in the early 16th century. Today's castle is almost exclusively the work of Leonhard. 1981 the castle was acquired by the Kuratorium Schloss Prösels GmbH.