Chiusa/Klausen in the Valle Isarco/Eisacktal

The medieval town in the heart of Alto Adige/Südtirol

The town of Chiusa is located in the heart of the Valle Isarco and is surrounded by fruit trees and wine yards on both sides of the valley, and the breathtaking nature of the Dolomites. The UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites can be reached in 20 minutes by public transportation for free.

Chiusa is also known as one of the Most Beautiful Villages of Italy (Borghi più belli d'Italia). The city of artists hosted the famous artist Albrecht Dürer during his journey through Italy.




The Sabiona Monastery is located on the top of the rock ledge overlooking the city. A nice walk leads up to the monastery, where you can enjoy a great panoramic view.


Chiusa is also known for the “törggelen” tradition. In fall we celebrated this old tradition and it’s the best way to get to know Tyrolean traditions and culinary specialties.



The centre of Bolzano/Bozen and the Bishop town of Bressanone/Brixen can be reached within a short time (15-25 minutes) using the public transportation service for free

Klausen is an ideal starting point to explore new places and landscapes all over Alto Adige/Südtirol by bicycle.

In the immediate surroundings you can discover countless hiking trails suitable for expert hikers, families with children and nature lovers (Alpe di Villandro/Villanderer Alm, Val di Funes/Villnöss, Val Gardena/Gröden can be reached for free by bus).

Christmas time at Chiusa is very special and magical. Discover the traditional Medieval Christmas market in the medieval centre of the city.

(from late November to mid-December)

Klausen is an ideal starting point for all sports enthusiasts 

(skiing, cross-country skiing, tobogganing, winter hiking, snowshoe hiking. Pick-up directly at the hotel)



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