Villages and the region
Once you’ve entered the gates to the sun terrace of Tyrol, you’ll never want to turn back. With more than 2,000 hours of sunshine per year, a stunning mountain scenery and impressive summits, it’s easy for families and pleasure-seekers to experience their own personal holiday joy in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. Outdoors adventures while skiing, hiking or biking. Child-friendly journeys of exploration at the Adventure World Serfaus, Hög Adventure Park or Summer Fun Park Fiss. Culinary joys at the restaurants and mountain huts. A diverse and exciting list of activities for all ages. What’s not to love? Discover Tyrol’s most beautiful places surrounding the three villages of Serfaus, Fiss and Ladis.
Taking a deep breath in Serfaus
Serfaus invites you to take a deep breath and relax. Thanks to traffic abatement measures in the village of 1,100 souls, you can leave the noise, grime and stress of city life behind. Instead, the smallest and highest-located air-cushion underground train – the Serfaus Underground – takes locals and holiday guests swiftly and comfortably from A to B. Relaxing and stress-free days up on the sunny high plateau guaranteed! But that’s not all: The picturesque little mountain village also focuses on the needs of families with children …
Fiss – taking a breather in the charming mountain village
In Fiss, it’s time to take a breather! The 600-year-old village centre and its unique house entrances seem to take you on a journey back in time. A long-standing tradition is also the “Fisser Blochziehen”: an old Tyrolean Carnival tradition whereby locals pull a stone pine log through the village. There’s a number of cosy accommodation options and restaurants in the area where you can kick back and enjoy a relaxing break from everyday life. Heart-felt hospitality and a cordial welcome – that’s what awaits every holiday guest at this quaint little village in Tyrol.
Ladis: a place to catch your breath!
A place to catch your breath and take a big gulp of the Tyrolean “Sauerbrunn” spring water: The water of the mineral and sulphur spring in Ladis is said to have healing properties – for body and soul. With 500 inhabitants, Ladis is the smallest of the villages on the high plateau. But don’t underestimate it: The tiny mountain village boasts an impressive state-of-the-art infrastructure and plenty of accommodation options for every taste.