Beautiful Fane Alpine Village near Falkensteiner Hotels

Fane Alpine Village

The Fanealm can be found above Mühlbach in the Valser Valley in the Fundres mountains. The most beautiful alpine village in South Tyrol is an ideal destination for outings both in summer and in winter. A quaint alpine village, embedded in a unique setting of mountains and nature. Residential huts, hay huts, a small church and three alpine taverns – around 30 buildings in total - make up the idyllic Fane Alm. Fane Alm was built in the Middle Ages as a hospital for plague and cholera patients, but today it is one of the most important destinations for family outings.

Who is it aimed at?
Couples, friends, families

Car or bus from Mühlbach, taking bus line 412 towards Vals to the end of the valley. No public bus transport to the Fanealm car park; travellers must change to the taxibus.

Good to know
In the summer months, the road to the Fanealm is closed due to the high volume of traffic. You can hike up the Milchweg road or take the shuttle bus from the car park.

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