Those who are interested in culture are warmly invited to visit the castles and holy places in the Val Gardena.

A particular attraction is the Sundial of Monte Pana. The spheric aequatorial sundial has got a diametre of 2 metres and does not only display the hour of Santa Cristina, but also of 60 further cities worldwide. Other sights include the colossal wooden cross at the summit of the Rasciesa high plateau (see pic) or the Corn Mills of Bulla.

  1. Corn Mills of Bulla

    Corn Mills of Bulla

    The ancient corn mills above Ortisei, in the small village of Bulla, date back to…
  2. Carillon of the “Sartëur” House

    Carillon of the “Sartëur” House

    The facade of the Sartëur House in Selva di Val Gardena is decorated with paintings…
  3. Santa Cristina Parish Church

    Santa Cristina Parish Church

    The Santa Cristina Parish Church, built in the 14th century, is the oldest church…
  4. Ortisei Parish Church

    Ortisei Parish Church

    The Parish Church of Ortisei (St. Ulrich, in German), which was built from 1793 to…
  5. Selva Gardena Parish Church

    Selva Gardena Parish Church

    The today’s St Mary’s Parish Church dedicated to Mary Help of Christians was built…
  6. Uhrerhof Rosarium

    Uhrerhof Rosarium

    At the Uhrerhof in Bulla, the highest situated rose garden of Europe with more than…
  7. St. Anthony Church

    St. Anthony Church

    A little Renaissance church in Ortisei di Val Gardena is dedicated to Saint Anthony…
  8. St Jacob’s Church

    St Jacob’s Church

    The oldest church of the Val Gardena is located close to an eponymous hamlet above…
  9. St Leonhard Church in Bulla

    St Leonhard Church in Bulla

    The beautiful Romanesque St. Leonhard Church from the 13th century can be found in…
  10. Sundial on the Juac Alp

    Sundial on the Juac Alp

    The sundial above Selva di Val Gardena, a work of the artist Roland Moroder, is…
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