Valle di Anterselva in the heart of Val Pusteria is nestling in the spectacular mountain world of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage. Valle di Anterselva is known in particular because of Lago di Anterselva, Passo Stalle and the Biathlon centre Anterselva.

Tips for excursions in Valle di Anterselva and surrounding area:
  • Lago di Anterselva
    Lago di Anterselva is an idyllic, deep green mountain lake in the Vedrette di Ries Aurina nature park. The lake is the third largest in South Tyrol and tempts with a circular walk. When the lake freezes in winter, romantic ice skating becomes another main attraction.
    In the surrounding area there are also Lago di Braies, Lago di Dobbiaco and Lago di Misurina.
  • Biathlon centre Anterselva
    Breathe in World Cup air and watch the international biathletes at work. You will love the arena with its fantastic backdrop of the mountains. You can also visit the stadium in summer and take part in the guest shooting event.
  • Churches
    The Gothic church of St. Walburga in Anterselva di Sotto was built in the 15th century and extended in 1952. St. George’s church in Anterselva di Mezzo, which was redesigned as a Baroque church in 1798, is also worth a visit.
  • MMM – Messner Mountain Museums
    In Brunico and on Plan de Corones two Messner Mountain Museums invite to a contemplation of the topic of mountains. The two museums are part of a series of six museums built by the former extreme mountaineer Reinhold Messner.
  • Ethnological museum Teodone
    According to the German Automobile Club ADAC the ethnological museum Teodone near Brunico is one of Europe’s most beautiful open air museums. The museum showcases the daily life of the rural population in earlier times. In the grounds you can visit the original farm houses and admire collections of ethnological items in the Baroque manor house. Traditional farm equipment can be viewed in the adjacent farm buildings.
  • Rio di Riva /Cascate di Riva
    The waterfalls Cascate di Riva near Campo Tures are an impressive spectacle of nature in Valle Aurina. Fed by melt water the Rio di Riva falls in three cascades over the rocks down to the ground.
  • Predoi mines and climate tunnel
    Exploring below ground... in a former copper mine! The “I breathe” climate tunnel is particularly attractive for people suffering with asthma.
  • Three Peaks
    Just half an hour from our hotel are the legendary Three Peaks. From Val di Landro near Dobbiaco you enjoy stunning views of the Three Peaks. A hike around the Three Peaks or a climbing session are a special experience.
  • Shopping
    Strolling and Shopping: Brunico, the pedestrian zone in San Candido and Lienz in East Tyrol invite you.