With so many things to discover, it is no wonder that Campo Tures-Sand in Taufers is well-known for its tourist sights and outdoor activities.
Among the highlights is the mighty Tures-Taufers Castle whose fine drawbridges, gardens and 20 rooms attract 70,000 visitors a year. The region is also home to museums dedicated to topics as diverse as water, wool and minerals.
Campo Tures-Sand in Taufers has many churches of architectural and historical interest, including the following:
St. Nikolaus Kirche in Kematen has a number of religious and secular portraits
Pfarrkirche von Rein is one of the few Neo-Gothic churches in the region
Traditions continue to play an important role in everyday life. Festivals, concerts and processions are held throughout the year and often feature local brass bands and traditional dancers.
Exploring nature is hungry work, so it is a good job that there are plenty of good restaurants and mountain huts in Campo Tures-Sand in Taufers serving regional specialties such as dumplings and mushroom risotto made with fresh mushrooms from the area.
Last but not least, the Riesenferner-AhrnNature Park is an area of natural beauty almost untouched by humans. Guided hikes are the best way to learn more about the mountain streams, steep rock faces and thundering waterfalls. If you are lucky you may even see a marmot or chamois.