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Farm Holidays in Klausen and environs
Farm Holidays in Klausen and environs

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Klausen and environs

Farm Holidays in Klausen and environs

A Farm Holiday in Klausen and environs cleverly combines small town charm with the appeal of unspoilt nature. 


Klausen and its surrounding area are a perfect mix of town and country, of history and the present day, of tradition and the modern. Visitors can get to know the country and its people from an even more original angle in the high-lying mountain hamlets, enjoy climate-friendly tourism and soft mobility in Puez-Geisler Nature Park and admire medieval artistic gems in the little town of Klausen.

A Farm Holiday in Klausen and environs cleverly combines small town charm with the appeal of unspoilt nature.

Klausen and its surrounding area are a perfect mix of town and country, of history and the present day, of tradition and the modern. Visitors can get to know the country and its people from an even more original angle in the high-lying mountain hamlets, enjoy climate-friendly tourism and soft mobility in Puez-Geisler Nature Park and admire medieval artistic gems in the little town of Klausen.

 

Time travel in Eisacktal valley 
Klausen and its surrounding area have a wealth of trails leading into the past. The old Brenner road, one of the most important routes between north and south in Europe, is lined with numerous castles, fortresses and monasteries. Historical roads and old trade routes bear witness to the hustle and bustle of former trading days. On a Farm Holiday in Klausen and environs, a trip to Trostburg castle will take you back to the Middle Ages, at the Archeoparks at Feldthurns and Villanders you can research the Stone Age, and you can dig for ore at Pfunderer Berg Adventure Mine or indulge in a spot of 'Sommerfrische' at Dreikirchen with Sigmund Freud and Christian Morgenstern.

 

The fifth season in Eisacktal valley
Klausen and the surrounding area is THE place in South Tyrol to go 'Törggelen' in. In autumn, when the harvest has been safely gathered in, the fifth season can begin in Eisacktal valley. The old South Tyrolean custom of 'Törggelen', a word that has its origins in the Latin torculum, which basically means 'wine press', goes back to the time when towns and innkeepers went down to the cellars of Eisacktal farmers to try out the new wine. 'Törggelen' is still a popular custom today and tasting the 'Sußer' and 'Nuiem' wine in rustic inns is accompanied by traditional rural farm dishes such as the so-called 'Schlachtplatte', or plate of meat cuts, roasted chestnuts and sweet 'Krapfen' pastries. 

 

The three 'Guaten'
Zwetschke', or damsons from Barbian, chestnuts and grapes form the trio of Eisacktal treats to indulge in on a Farm Holiday in Klausen and environs. The high-quality meat from Villnöss 'Brillenschaf', or 'spectacled sheep', or beef from grey Geisler cows should be tried, too. White wines in particular from Eisacktal valley, such as Sylvaner, Riesling or Müller Thurgau, enjoy international recognition and win awards time and again. The mineral-rich soil of the sunny Eisacktal low mountains as well as the striking temperature differences between day and night provide ideal conditions for successful wine production. Staying at a holiday flat in Klausen and environs is something for wine connoisseurs and also offers a good opportunity for non-experts to be convinced of the merits of local wines on guided tours and tastings in the various wine cellars and estates. The large number of gastronomic events taking place all year round shows how proud the locals are of their specialities. At 'Gassltörggelen' wine and chestnut event in Klausen, at 'Keschtnigl' chestnut festival in Feldthurns, at 'Alps Culinaria' culinary trips to mountain pastures, or at the 'Zwetschkenwochen' damson weeks in Barbian, the focus is on the fruits of the Eisacktal valley harvest.

 

Sport and relaxation
The narrowness of the valley and the wide open spaces of the medium and high mountain ranges make the holiday region an ideal hiking area – whether a holiday in Klausen and environs means snow shoe walking to explore the endless expanse of Villanders high mountain pasture, getting adrenalin kicks while climbing the Dolomites in Villnöß, discovering the countryside on a bike ride on the Eisacktal cycle and walking path or losing track of time walking the Chestnut Trail between Feldthurns and Barbian. On a Farm Holiday in Klausen and environs, the sporting options know no bounds.

 

 

Why you should take a Farm Holiday in Klausen and environs:

  • Chestnut, damson and grape specialities
  • A visit to Trostburg Castle
  • Spectacular landscape on Villanders mountain pasture and Puez-Geisler Nature Park

Time travel in Eisacktal valley 
Klausen and its surrounding area have a wealth of trails leading into the past. The old Brenner road, one of the most important routes between north and south in Europe, is lined with numerous castles, fortresses and monasteries. Historical roads and old trade routes bear witness to the hustle and bustle of former trading days. On a Farm Holiday in Klausen and environs, a trip to Trostburg castle will take you back to the Middle Ages, at the Archeoparks at Feldthurns and Villanders you can research the Stone Age, and you can dig for ore at Pfunderer Berg Adventure Mine or indulge in a spot of 'Sommerfrische' at Dreikirchen with Sigmund Freud and Christian Morgenstern.

 

The fifth season in Eisacktal valley
Klausen and the surrounding area is THE place in South Tyrol to go 'Törggelen' in. In autumn, when the harvest has been safely gathered in, the fifth season can begin in Eisacktal valley. The old South Tyrolean custom of 'Törggelen', a word that has its origins in the Latin torculum, which basically means 'wine press', goes back to the time when towns and innkeepers went down to the cellars of Eisacktal farmers to try out the new wine. 'Törggelen' is still a popular custom today and tasting the 'Sußer' and 'Nuiem' wine in rustic inns is accompanied by traditional rural farm dishes such as the so-called 'Schlachtplatte', or plate of meat cuts, roasted chestnuts and sweet 'Krapfen' pastries. 

 

The three 'Guaten'
Zwetschke', or damsons from Barbian, chestnuts and grapes form the trio of Eisacktal treats to indulge in on a Farm Holiday in Klausen and environs. The high-quality meat from Villnöss 'Brillenschaf', or 'spectacled sheep', or beef from grey Geisler cows should be tried, too. White wines in particular from Eisacktal valley, such as Sylvaner, Riesling or Müller Thurgau, enjoy international recognition and win awards time and again. The mineral-rich soil of the sunny Eisacktal low mountains as well as the striking temperature differences between day and night provide ideal conditions for successful wine production. Staying at a holiday flat in Klausen and environs is something for wine connoisseurs and also offers a good opportunity for non-experts to be convinced of the merits of local wines on guided tours and tastings in the various wine cellars and estates. The large number of gastronomic events taking place all year round shows how proud the locals are of their specialities. At 'Gassltörggelen' wine and chestnut event in Klausen, at 'Keschtnigl' chestnut festival in Feldthurns, at 'Alps Culinaria' culinary trips to mountain pastures, or at the 'Zwetschkenwochen' damson weeks in Barbian, the focus is on the fruits of the Eisacktal valley harvest.

 

Sport and relaxation
The narrowness of the valley and the wide open spaces of the medium and high mountain ranges make the holiday region an ideal hiking area – whether a holiday in Klausen and environs means snow shoe walking to explore the endless expanse of Villanders high mountain pasture, getting adrenalin kicks while climbing the Dolomites in Villnöß, discovering the countryside on a bike ride on the Eisacktal cycle and walking path or losing track of time walking the Chestnut Trail between Feldthurns and Barbian. On a Farm Holiday in Klausen and environs, the sporting options know no bounds.

 

 

Why you should take a Farm Holiday in Klausen and environs:

  • Chestnut, damson and grape specialities
  • A visit to Trostburg Castle
  • Spectacular landscape on Villanders mountain pasture and Puez-Geisler Nature Park
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The place at a glance

Klausen and environs

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Holiday farms in Klausen and environs

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Rasöllerhof flower flower flower
Fam. Hofer  | Villanders  (Eisacktal valley)
Livestock
Farm's own products: milk, speck, eggs ...
Farm offers: Experience everyday life on the farm, Helping out in the barn, Experience the hay harvest
4,9
"Very good"
(19 Reviews)
Holiday flat from 65€ a night
Brunnerhof flower flower flower
Fam. Klement  | Feldthurns  (Eisacktal valley)
Livestock
breakfast
Farm's own products: milk, eggs, fruit jams ...
Farm offers: Experience everyday life on the farm, Helping out in the barn, Barn visits ...
3,2
"Satisfactory"
(2 Reviews)
Room from 85€ a night
Holiday flat from 70€ a night
Dietrichhof flower flower flower flower
Fam. Rauter  | Feldthurns  (Eisacktal valley)
Livestock
breakfast
Farm shop: milk, yoghurt, cheese ...
Farm offers: Experience everyday life on the farm, Barn visits, Experience the hay harvest ...
4,9
"Excellent"
(25 Reviews)
Holiday flat from 115€ a night
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Highlights & events

Sheer variety in Klausen and environs

Highlights

Events

Keschtnweg Chestnut Trail: autumnal gem in Eisacktal valley
Keschtnweg Chestnut Trail
Autumn gem in the Eisacktal valley
Säben Monastery: South Tyrol’s holy mountain
Säben Monastery
South Tyrol’s holy mountain
Becherhaus: the highest-lying mountain refuge in South Tyrol
Becherhaus
South Tyrol’s highest refuge
Ridnaun mine: going through tunnels and shafts like a miner
Ridnaun mine
Through tunnels and shafts
Gilfenklamm: the only marble gorge in Europe
Gilfenklamm
The only marble gorge in Europe
Neustift Abbey: the largest abbey in Tyrol
Neustift Abbey
The largest abbey in Tyrol
Fanealm: An Alpine village in the mountains
Fanealm
An Alpine village in the mountains
August
Brixen Old Town Festival
Brixen
20-22
September
‘Gassltörggelen’ in Klausen
Klausen
September
Meransen Cattle Drive
Mühlbach
23-29
September
Birmehl (Pear Flour) Autumn in Verdings-Pardell
Klausen
September
Pfunders Farm Festival
Vintl
04-05
October
Bread and Apple Strudel Market
Brixen
13
October
Apple Festival
Natz-Schabs
20-03
Oct/Nov
Chestnut Weeks
Feldthurns
28-06
Nov/Jan
Sterzing Christmas Bell Market
Sterzing
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