Welcome to the Official Internet Website of the Tourism Agency of Klausen/Chiusa!
Klausen/Chiusa, heart of the Eisack Valley / Val d'Isarco, is a truly lovable little town. The shops in the preserved townhouses with their wide mix of goods, including products crafted by local artisans as well as southern specialties and worldly fashions, are really worth visiting. The surroundings of Klausen are perfect for hiking and relax, nomerous events invite to konw about local traditions and the regional culture.
Chiusa - City of artists with his holiday resorts
Klausen/Chiusa offers lots of attractions for every kind of taste. The historic city center is one of the most famous sights in the region, the sourroundig villages Gufidaun, Latzfons, and Verdings/Pardell offer, as a alternative to the trouble in the city, quietness and snugness.
Klausen/Chiusa - Card alps & wine
Available from autumn 2014 at all participating member companies of the tourist association Klausen, Barbian, Feldthurns, Villanders
With our Guest Card you can get reductions in different leisure facilities. The card is free for guests of member accomodations and is available in the Tourist Offices of Klausen, Barbian,
Guided snowshoe hikes
Enjoy the unique panorama and the quitescene of our pastures in winter months on showshoes. 3 times a week our snowshoe guide will show you the most beautiful places of our region.
Take advantage of the unique experience to enjoy your winter holiday without car and move with our ski-shuttle to the most beautiful ski resorts of the Dolomites.
bikemobil Card: Train, Bus & Bike
The bikemobil Card allows you to make full use of South Tyrol's Integrated Public Transport network on one, three or seven days and in addition, on one day of your choice you may rent a bike in one of the 31 railway stations' bike rentals.
Our region is rich in traditions, clubs and associations, and cultural events. You're welcome to come and join us!
churches, fortresses and castles - richness of sights
Since time immemorial, the mid Eisack Valley / Val d'Isarco has been a stopping place for travelers such as Romans, Rhaetians, the Bavarii (a Germanic tribe,) kings, knights, popes, noblemen, artists. And they all left evidence of their passing .....