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Romantic and full of nooks and crannies

Medieval walls and typical South Tyrolean small town atmosphere: Klausen, the heart of the Eisack valley, is a really endearing little town. The shops in the old town houses with their colourful range of goods offer local artisans’ products as well as southern specialities and a sophisticated way of life. You should pay a visit to get to know the cosiness and comfort of a cappuccino and a Kastanienherz, a local chestnut and chocolate pastry, on the village square.

All routes lead from Klausen
Our promenade in unspoilt nature invites you to walk and stroll directly from the town centre. There are groves of chestnut trees,  vineyards and woodlands roundabout Klausen that offer extensive hiking facilities.

Artists’ and Dürer town
This medieval town, overlooked by the mighty Säbener Klosterberg, quite rightly calls itself the “Dürer town”. Here, where a lively artistic way of life reigned even one hundred years ago, Albrecht Dürer stopped over on his journey through Italy. He made use of his portrayal of Klausen as the background under his allegoric design “Das große Glück” (great fortune). Today, Klausen is still one of Italy’s most beautiful historic old towns: the façades crowned with merlons, wide oriels and traditional inn signs have convinced the club “I borghi piú belli d´Italia”. The Loreto treasure in the municipal museum is also worth seeing. The short hike to the Säbener Berg with its picturesque Benedictine monastery Säben and its breath-taking view is highly interesting scenically and from a cultural heritage point of view. Klausen is 5km away from us.

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