Hiking and Culture in the Dolomites

The Alpe di Siusi holiday area, a unique cultural landscape

The Alpe di Siusi holiday area in South Tyrol blends together hiking and culture like no other region. Countless walks lead to the ruins, chapels and places of history and legend places that bear witness to the area’s past. The destinations are easily accessible from Castelrotto/Kastelruth, Siusi allo Sciliar/Seis am Schlern, Fiè allo Sciliar/ Völs am Schlern and Tiers am Rosengarten/Tires al Catinaccio on foot, bike or by public transport, and add a whole new facet to your holiday in the Dolomites.

Castelrotto: Kofel Walk

The village of Castelrotto is characterised by its historic village square with a neo-classical parish church, Baroque church tower and frescoed houses. The many atmospheric cafes and shops in the town also offer wonderful opportunities for a relaxing break and a browse.

The Monte Calvario/Kalvarienberg hill, known locally as the Kofel, is home to the only group of chapels of its kind in South Tyrol. The Kofel Walk is a short, leisurely walk which boasts an incredible view of the village of Castelrotto and the Sciliar. The shrines and near life-sized wooden sculptures lining the route represent the passion of Christ.
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