Molini di Tures

The Valle di Selva dei Monolini branches off from the Valle Aurina at Molini di Tures.

In a gentle plain, at 862 m a.s.l., only a stone’s throw from Campo Tures, there is the village of Molini di Tures. The name of the village probably derives from the multitude of corn mills, which characterised the landscape once upon a time. In these mills, rye, wheat and barley.

Molini di Tures is a good starting point for excursions, that is to say to Campo Tures for shopping, to the Riva waterfalls, Castel Tures, the hiking and skiing areas Speikboden and Klausberg. Also the slopes of the Plan de Corones is only a stone’s throw away.

Moreover Molini di Tures is ideal for extended walks, and the village is worth a visit the whole year round. What you also don’t have to miss is one of the village fairs, which are organised in Molini di Tures and the villages in the surroundings. This is where you become acquainted with local tradition and culture.

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