The highlights of the Seiser Alm holiday area at a glance:
- Testaments to history and tradition
- In the footsteps of knight and poet, Oswald von Wolkenstein
- Prösels Castle
- Easy accessibility to the sights and attractions
- Guided tours
- Variety: from the cult site on the Cima Castello/Burgstall right through to modern architecture
- Fairy-tale spots: witches' bench, witches' chairs and so much more
Ruins, museums and chapels in the Seiser Alm holiday area are testimonials to history and tradition
: small museums such as the farming museum and the school museum give you a glimpse into the everyday life of days gone by, while the churches and chapels bear witness to the religious traditions of the Dolomites. These places are great attractions for a day out on foot or by bike
, and are also easily accessible by public bus services and shuttle services.
One of the most popular attractions in the Dolomite region is the ruins of Salego/Salegg and Castelvecchio/Hauenstein, both of which are closely linked to the life and works of Oswald von Wolkenstein, the knight and poet who took Hauenstein castle for his own. In addition to the castle ruins, Prösels Castle is also an unmissable attraction and offers guided tours to lead you through the rooms of this imposing Renaissance castle.
As well as the more traditional attractions, the Seiser Alm holiday area is also home to a spectrum of attractions ranging from numerous fairy-tale spots and cult sites
right through to ultra-modern architecture including the witches’ benches on the Bullaccia/Puflatsch and the witches’ chairs above Castelrotto/Kastelruth to the Kostner Atelier and the modern Franciscan church on the Seiser Alm, to name but a few.