evening at the Lader castle pond | © Daniel Pale

Magic Ladis

In summer in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, there's no shortage of things to do. Also in Ladis, a diverse range of events in twilight atmosphere is on offer.

Ladis, the smallest of the three villages, plays host to Magic Ladis, which features such events as the Romantische Sommernacht (Romantic Summer Night). And the event Romantik der Ritter (Knights’ Romance) is a can’t-miss event for all visitors interested in the Middle Ages. 

However, the castle pond in Ladis is more than just a romantic backdrop on balmy summer evenings. You can also enjoy traditional culinary delights. The “Knödeltrophy” during Culinary Autumn is a thrilling event for all dumpling lovers. All kind of Tyrolean Knödel, as they are called in Austria, are served at this event – if that doesn’t make your mouth water!

Magic Ladis „Die Romantische Sommernacht“ (Romantic Summer Night) with exhibition 800 years Ladis

Sunday 9 August and Sunday 16 August 2020

Enjoy an unforgettable evening in the historic centre of the village of Ladis, in the midst of its buildings painted with frescos and protected as historic monuments. Stroll through the village centre which is steeped in history, enjoy culinary delicacies and music performances. A host of other activities and a kids programme ensure plenty of entertainment for children and adults. 

Starts: 6.30pm. 
Free entry!

The Romantic Knights

Saturday and Sunday 1 and 2 August 2020

A medieval festival with plenty of surprises at Ladis Castle Lake: Exhibition fights of knights; jugglers and minstrels; medieval procession, bouncy-knight castle, magicians... 

Starts: Saturday, 6pm. Sunday, 11am. 
Free entry!

Autumn Festival Knödeltrophy (dumpling trophy)

Sunday 6 September 2020

Starting off this autumn of indulgence there is a walk which offers something quite out of the ordinary. Allow yourself to be spoilt at the Knödeltrophy with all sorts of different kinds of dumpling.

Contact

Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis Tourist Board
Gänsackerweg 2
6534 Serfaus
Austria