We can recommend many great attractions in the Puster Valley, with fun, games and excitement for every member of the family.
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Natural and adventure playgrounds
Kids, get outdoors and play!
Kids World (Olang, 3 km)
This natural playground on the edge of the forest will inspire children and adults alike with its water world and climbing paradise – not to mention the longest slide in South Tyrol (Link)
WaldWunderWelt (Toblach, 18 km)
Here children can jump about and climb in the midst of the great outdoors. A magical forest playground that is sure to make children’s hearts beat that little bit faster!
Schnullermeile (Sesto, 29 km)
The “Schnullermeile” is a specially designed walk for families with play facilities along its 2-km length.
Toblach Wildlife Park
Deer, raccoons, lynxes… all sorts of wild animals live here in a beautiful natural landscape and you can even get close enough to talk to them – if you speak their language…
Fun and action
Here you can have fun, be brave and do something special with the family:
Funbob Haunold (Innichen, 23 km)
Fun for all the family is guaranteed on this summer toboggan run.
Kron Arc Adventure (Olang, 3 km)
Archery for all the family in a quiet forest area.
High ropes course (Issing, 20 km)
A chance for everyone to show off their courage and skills – family fun guaranteed! (Link)
Drei Zinnen show dairy (Toblach, 18 km)
Always worth a trip: cheese is still made by hand here and can even be tasted on the spot. And visitors will finally learn how all those holes get into the cheese.
Earth pyramids (Percha-Oberwielenbach, 8 km)
A work of art from Mother Nature, a fascinating experience for both young and old.
Lake Antholz (16 km)
An enchanting blue mountain lake with a wide path running around it that is also suitable for prams.
Lake Toblach (21 km)
Interesting facts are presented on a leisurely stroll along the nature trail.
Pragser Wildsee (18 km)
A jewel in the upper Puster Valley, famous from film and TV, Facebook and Instagram.
Towns in south tyrol
Bruneck (10 km)
This pretty town in the Puster Valley is the fifth largest in South Tyrol. Colourful townhouse façades and archways conceal a variety of boutiques. Above on the hill stands the castle, dating from 1250, which since 2011 has been home to one of the six Messner Mountain Museums.
Brixen (35 km)
One of the oldest cities in Tyrol, it offers picturesque alleyways and porticos. The Hofburg and the yellow-and-blue cathedral are must-see attractions.
Bozen (90 km)
The imposing capital of South Tyrol, home to the Archaeological Museum and Ötzi, the Man from the Ice.
Meran (120 km)
A spa town that also offers culture, gardens, an exquisite shopping mile, the Therme thermal baths and the Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle – there are many good reasons to visit this charming town, which is surrounded by mountains yet nevertheless has a Mediterranean feel.
Towns outside south tyrol
Innsbruck (130 km)
What about a trip to Austria and the picturesque “Capital of the Alps”? Its famous Alpine Zoo is also a must for all animal lovers!
Venice (220 km)
The Venice of lagoons and gondolas, a legendary city of breathtaking beauty, is not to be missed.