Niederdorf, a destination for explorers


Niederdorf is a bit off the beaten track, and that’s its “special power”. Almost hidden between the renowned towns of Bruneck and Innichen, this village in the Hochpustertal valley offers unique views of the majestic Dolomites and a manicured network of roads, railways and cycle paths.

Pustrabase Wintersport

Winter sports

Niederdorf is perfectly connected to the Pustertal valley’s main ski areas, especially Helm, Haunold and Kronplatz. Thanks to the Holidaypass, our guests can get there by train free of charge.


Snowy delights

More than just Alpine skiing: cross-country skiing, tobogganing and ice skating are also very popular activities in Niederdorf.


Village life

The historic centre of Niederdorf has evolved over time, but without losing any of the quaint, authentic charm that makes this village such an unforgettable holiday destination. Explore its architectural and natural gems for a relaxing break from all the sports and adventures.

Family time

The Kurpark is a 5-hectare recreation area in the centre of Niederdorf, where children can play to their heart’s content while the grown-ups enjoy the refreshing Kneipp hydrotherapy course. Attractions include a botanical educational trail and a barbecue area.

Plätzwiesen Prags


If you love to let your gaze wander to the horizon and experience the ultimate sense of freedom, the Plätzwiese plateau is an experience you don’t want to miss. At an altitude of 2,000 metres, it commands fantastic views of the Dürrenstein, Hohe Gaisl and, a bit further away, Tofane and Monte Cristallo mountains.

A splash of fun

The Acquafun adventure pool in Innichen is just a short train ride from Niederdorf, and offers plenty of water fun for everyone, from couples to families and from solo travellers to groups!

Radfahren in Niederdorf

A cyclist’s paradise

The PusterBike cycle path, which connects several municipalities and hosts competitions such as the Dolomiti Superbike race, lies right on our doorstep – and so does the bike hire shop. So, everything you need to ride through the spectacular landscape of the Pustertal valley is there for you. All you have to do is saddle up and… enjoy! 

Drei Zinnen

Three Peaks

Undoubtedly South Tyrol’s most famous landmark, the Three Peaks are a natural spectacle and a permanent item on the bucket list of climbers and adventurers from near and far. You can explore them on either a day excursion or a longer, multi-day tour. In either case, you can travel by train and bus to reach the starting point in a comfortable and eco-friendly way. Highly recommended!

Pragser Wildsee

Lake Prags

There is more to Lake Prags than the jaw-dropping view the whole world admires on social media. Expect a world of idyllic walks and rich flora and fauna with interesting history to match. A bus route takes you from Villa Fauster directly to Prags.


The Museum of Tourism in Niederdorf offers fascinating insights into the history of the Three Peaks holiday area. It’s open from June to October.

Hochpustertal valley highlights

Pustertaler Skimarathon


The Pustertaler Ski Marathon is one of the oldest grassroots cross-country ski races in South Tyrol. It takes place every year in January and attracts athletes from all over Italy.



In September and October, Niederdorf pays homage to potatoes with a dedicated festival – a real culinary highlight with the participation of numerous local businesses.



In Innichen and Toblach you can experience the traditional Christmas markets at their most authentic. The contemplative, festive atmosphere never fails to bring a sparkle to the eyes of children and adults alike.

TV Niederdorf


Check out the website of the Niederdorf tourist association and subscribe to their newsletter to stay in the loop about current events in and around Niederdorf.

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