The Val Pusteria does not only offer a unique natural landscape, but also tradition, culture and architecture.

The sunny side of the Alps, that is to say the Val Pusteria with all its side valleys, does not only offer an impressive natural landscape castling a spell over all its visitors, but also several sights that are worth taking a closer look at. History, culture and architecture are united in unique manner in many buildings.

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  1. Fane Alpine village

    Fane Alpine village

    The Fane Alpine village is considered the most beautiful Alpine hamlet of South…
  2. Capriz Goat Cheese Dairy

    Capriz Goat Cheese Dairy

    Capriz is more than just a dairy, it combines bistro, enotheque and cheese museum…
  3. Holy Spirit Church

    Holy Spirit Church

    At the head of the Valle Aurina, strictly speaking in Casere, there is a cultural…
  4. Climatic Gallery of Predoi

    Climatic Gallery of Predoi

    In Predoi, a mine out of service has been transformed into a unique facility…
  5. Pine oil distillery and Bergila Herb Garden

    Pine oil distillery and Bergila Herb Garden

    At Issengo near Falzes you can visit the pine oil distillery and the Bergila Herb…
  6. Les Viles

    Les Viles

    Les Viles in the Val Badia are the most ancient settlements in this area - they are…
  7. Rio Pusteria Fortress

    Rio Pusteria Fortress

    The Rio Pusteria Fortress represents the western gate to the Val Pusteria and used…
  8. Tre Cime Alpine Dairy

    Tre Cime Alpine Dairy

    The Tre Cime Alpine Dairy in Dobbiaco offers interesting insights into cheesemaking.
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