The municipality Ladis distinguishes itself by the majestic complex of Laudeck Castle and the rural village centre
Altitude: 1,200 m a.s.l.
Ladis is a charming mountain village with agricultural tradition, its farmhouses are often decorated with beautiful façade paintings. In the north-east of the municipality rises Laudeck Castle with its residential tower which dates back to 1200 AD. Up to the 16th century, the castle served as administrative centre for the supreme court - today it can be visited during the summer months.
Enjoyment is a top priority here, be it on the Panorama Enjoyment Trail, during an e-bike tour, or in the Gourmet Gondola in the neighbouring Fiss, a tour with menue in what might be the world's smallest restaurant. Since Middle Ages, however, Ladis has been also known for its sulfur and saline springs. In 1833, in this place a hotel was built which in 1972 was destroyed by a fire. Today there is a fountain, out of which you can bottle curative waters for personal use. It is als bottled as nationally recognised curative and mineral water, and sold as "Tiroler Sauerbrunn".
In winter, Ladis is, like its neighbouring villages Serfaus and Fiss, integrated into the family-friendly Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis Skiing Area, offering 214 km of wonderful slopes. Together with ski resorts such as Sölden and Ischgl, it is one of the most popular skiing areas of Tyrol and awaits you with a stunning panorama as well as some surprises, including a hammocks village.