Auer family
Kleinarzbach 2
I-39030 S. Giovanni/St. Johann
Valle Aurina - South Tyrol

Tel. +39 347 1105784


Taufers Castle
The mighty Castello di Tures is the dynastic seat of the Barons of Taufers and showcases impressive fortified grounds. The well-preserved castle is one of the biggest and finest castles in Alto Adige.
Prettau Mine + Climate Shaft
The mine and climate shaft, no longer in operation, takes you 1,000 meters underground and offers information about the life of the miners and new kinds of respiratory tract treatments (Speleotherapy).
Mineral Museum "Kornkasten"
This museum is part of the Show Mines of Predoi in Steinhaus and offers extensive views into the turbulent history of the mining industry in the Ahrntal Valley.
Reinbach Waterfalls
A impressive natural spectacle alongside the Franziskusweg near Sand in Taufers.
Swimming pool CASCADE
The project CASCADE in Campo Tures in the Tauferer Ahrntal Valley.
Museum of Folk Traditions
The Museum of Folk Traditions in Dietenheim by Bruneck displays a variety of open-air exhibition grounds and provides a unique insight into the old ways of life.
The scenic village of Brunico is located in the center of the Puster Valley. Modern and medieval charm creates a very special kind of harmony. The historical "Stadtgasse" invites you to linger about with its numerous restaurants, cafes, and boutiques. Enjoy a weekly (Wednesday) market with lots of local products.
Messner Mountain Museum
The fifth museum dedicated to Reinhold Messner at Bruneck Castle is all about the mountain people. It displays expos of everyday life and culture of the local mountain people (like Sherpa, Indios, Tibeter, Walser, Mongols, Hunza).
Museum Maranatha
The name "Maranatha" is Aramaic, Jesus’ mother tongue, meaning "Our Lord May Come". A unique exhibit, the one and only in Alto Adige.
Mineral Museum
Exhibits more than 950 mineral types from the Ziller Valley region and Upper Tauern region formed 30 million years ago in the very depth of our planet Earth. 300 m² of exhibits in St. Johann at Ahrntal Valley.
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