abfaltersbach mit spitzenstein in den lienzer dolomiten
abfaltersbach mit spitzenstein in den lienzer dolomiten


Abfaltersbach features two special buildings: an old farmers’ bath and the glaze crusher by the former stove-fitter company Steger

Altitude: 982 m a.s.l.

"Affoltrupach" was a settlemente in the Hochpustertal valley already in the 12th century. Today, Abfaltersbach stands for an enchanting holiday village with decorative farmhouses and a range of traditions. The Belcanto Choir and the church choir give concerts on a regular basis.

During the summer months, the Aigner Badl offers unique relax: It has been declared a mineral spring by the University of Innsbruck and is known to alleviate joint pain, rheumatism and sciatic and to foster wound healing. The Aigner Badl is housed in a beautiful old farm building, where you can completely relax in a larch bathtub with lid, and stop afterwards in the neighbouring tavern.

In case you would also like to excercise in your holidays, you can do so on the Drava Cycle Route which leads from San Candido in South Tyrol, Italy, to Maribor in Slovenia, taking also past Abfaltersbach. In winter, the village features an ice rink, whereas 9 km away the lift facilities take you on Mt. Thurntaler with its Sillian Hochpustertal Ski Center.

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