Campo Tures – Molini di Tures – Caminata – Acereto – Riva di Tures – Lutago – Riobianco – San Giovanni – Cadipietra – San Giacomo – San Pietro – Predoi – Casere – Selva dei Molini – Lappago
Surrounded by a mountain wall of over 80 three thousand metre peaks, Valle Aurina is one of the most beautiful holiday regions in the South Tyrolean mountains. The valley is encircled by the Zillertal Alps to the north, west and south-west, which form the border between Italy and Austria.
The Val di Tures spans from Brunico to Campo Tures and the Valle Aurina extends onward to the end of the valley. It includes the villages of: Campo Tures, Molini di Tures, Caminata, Acereto, Riva di Tures, Lutago, Riobianco, San Giovanni, Cadipietra, San Pietro, Predoi, Casere, Selva dei Molini and Lappago. Characteristic for the landscape are not only the high mountain peaks, but also the many traditional farms, which give the area an incomparable flair.
The Rieserferner-Ahrn Nature Park, part of which belongs to Valli di Tures e Aurina, enchants visitors with its wild pastures, diverse flora and fauna, as well as its majestic peaks and glaciers. There are many such magical places to be found throughout the valley, where nature truly unfolds her charm.
Sights which are particularly worth visiting are Tures Castle, the Mining Museum and the Mineral Museum in Cadipietra, the Nativity Scene and Folk Museum in Lutago and the show mine in Predoi with its climate tunnel, which offers therapy for people with respiratory ailments.