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Klausen/Chiusa is a bliss place

Fresh white wines, Törggelen, culture and experiences

Romantic small towns, panoramic mountain terraces, wide Alpine pastures or up airy mountains. There's much to see in the bliss place of Klausen and its surroundings. Moreover, it's also well-connected with the neighbouring villages which are really worth a visit during your holiday in South Tyrol. In Klausen, Barbian, Villanders, Feldthurns, Latzfons and Gufidaun all paths lead to the same goal: your well-being. How about a tasting of local Valle Isarco white wines or a day at"Törggelen" with our farmers in autumn?

In this area stretching from Brixen/Bressanone to Bolzano/Bozen, there's much more beyond the wine culture and old traditions. Across the varied landscape you'll find many vineyards, chestnut trees, and a keenness to keep the culture of pleasure alive: during wine events, culinary weeks and farmers' markets. Do you want to burn calories off? Hiking and biking trails at all altitudes - the Keschtnweg trail or the cross-country skiing network on the Villanderer Alm are special highlights - invite you to keep moving at any time of the year. But you'll also be tempted by the countless mountain huts along the way. 

Explore Klausen/Chiusa on ancient roads

If you turn your gaze to the sky of Klausen, you'll absorb the beauty above you: the Säbener Berg and the impressive Säben Monastery tower over the small town. Today, as was the case centuries ago, they can only be reached on foot - via the steep Way of the Cross or the Säben Promenade.

By heading back to the town center, you can discover the valuable Loreto treasure in the town museum: sacred objects, textiles, ceramics, and works by Italian, Spanish and Flemish artists of the 16th and 17th centuries. A gem for people who are passionate about art.

It’s no wonder that Klausen has always had a lively arts scene. In 1494 Albrecht Dürer drew this town, completely mesmerized by its beauty. His artwork was lost, but today you can hike to the Dürerstein in the artist's footsteps.

Accommodations in Klausen/Chiusa

Wine fans visiting Klausen stay at a hotel with in-house winery. Those seeking peace and quiet head for the secluded B&Bs. Meanwhile, families head to the lovingly managed farm stays whilst sporty visitors make haste to a Aktivhotel with large pool and sauna world. The choice is entirely up to you!

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Klausen/Chiusa and environs - the cradle of well-being

Where are you headed?

In the early morning hours, listen to the murmuring of Klausner people, and in the afternoon lie in the sun on a terrace with the Dolomites view. Or would you rather hike to the next Buschenschank? Whether in spring, summer, autumn or winter surrender to the scent of roasted chestnuts or homemade dumplings from the mountain hut cuisine. Follow the signs, past babbling brooks, and roaring waterfalls, through ancient mountain pine forests until you’ll encounter welcoming innkeepers and farmers. Make up your own day!


Nature up close

Skilled farmers ensure proper care of gentle slopes which surround historic hamlets and contemporary buildings. Family-friendly hiking trails end at spectacular waterfalls. The old but gold South Tyrolean cuisine is having a revival in the many cozy mountain inns. The closeness to nature, the fresh air, and the astounding mountain scenery will ensure relaxing days and sheer pleasure.


Enjoy natural wonders

On the panoramic mountain terrace near Feldthurns village, you'll hike far and wide: signposted trails lead through shady forests and past quaint farms, where you can stay for Törggelen in autumn. Do you like the crunchy sound of snow under your feet? While in winter, move away from the hustle and bustle,walk through fairytale forests, breathe fresh air and enjoy the view.


Interesting insights and views

By facing the glowing sun and the Dolomites panorama, you’ll discover interesting facts and sights in Villanders, like the hiking destination Totenkirchl at 2,186 m - accessible via the Villanderer Alm - which is located in the geographical center of South Tyrol. Or you can travel backward in time and visit the archaeological finds of a Roman villa in the Archeoparc Villanders.

53rd edition of the Culinary Week in Eisacktal/Valle Isarco

South Tyrol's oldest gastronomic event embodies our cuisine's quality and tradition. From March 8-24, 2024, traditional dishes will be reinterpreted for the 53rd edition of the festival.

Eisacktaler Kost

Don't miss this out

Discover the traces of the Bauhaus architecture, feel the energy of hidden sacred places, sit down and taste the homemade cuisine of mountain huts. Experience this bliss place with all your senses.

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Where people get together

We like conversing with new people. Whether at wine events, culinary weeks for seasonal products, Törggelen or guided farm tours, you are warmly invited to join us!

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Extend your stay

One of the reasons why Klausen/Chiusa and its surroundings are nice places where to live is the landscape. And it's during the seasonal change of the landscape that all the beauty emerges. These natural wonders above all, know how to make an everlasting mark in our memories.

How to explore South Tyrol sustainably

Can you imagine a holiday without your car?

If you fancy relaxation from the start, give it a try: take a train or bus instead.

Once in South Tyrol, various easy transfer offers await from your bus or train station to your accommodation. And a well-functioning public transport network for shorter journeys locally.

Weather in Klausen/Chiusa

Check out our weather forecast in Klausen/Chiusa and planning your vacation in South Tyrol will be easier. And if you want to go up in the mountains, our weather forecast informs you about visibility, sunrise, sunset and zero-degree isotherm.

5-day forecast