Klausen and its holiday villages
Medieval walls and typical South Tyrolean town flair: Klausen, the heart of the Isarco Valley is a really lovely little town. The shops in old houses with their bright offering that offers local crafts as well as southern specialties and worldly life, should be visited and experienced the coziness of chestnut cappuccino and heart on the village square.
All roads start from Klausen
Historic Old Town, earlier on the main route from north to south, now easily reached by car or train and known by our wine, chestnuts and Adventure Region. Around Klausen, there are chestnut groves, vineyards and forests to enjoy extensive hiking. With its holiday villages Gufidaun, Latzfons and hire themselves out to the tourist resort extends on one side of the valley up into the tops of the Sarntaler Alps, on the other it opens the gates to the Isarco Dolomites. Here, where a hundred years ago there was lively artistic life, already Albrecht Dürer stopped here during his trip to Italy. His portrait of Klausen recovered it as the background under his allegorical figure "The great happiness." Klausen is still one of the most beautiful old towns in Italy. Säbener mountain with its beautiful Benedictine monastery and breathtaking views. Säben is one of the oldest places of pilgrimage and the first bishop of the Tyrol.