A newly built educational wine trail leads through the vineyards above Lagundo, in the vicinity of Plars Castle.
The 1.4 km long Lagundo Wine Trail - "Weinlehrpfad Algund" in German, "Sentiero Enodidattico di Lagundo" in Italian - combines two interesting elements: the information on the growth and ripening of the vines and their history in the Merano region, and the walk along a Waalweg path, one of the old irrigation channels for the apple and wine orchards. The work of the "Saltner", the guardian of the vineyards until the 20th century, who was often adorned with chains made of animal teeth and armed with a halberd, and customs in the vineyard are also explained.
The Wine Trail starts directly at the Lagundo Waalweg path, and leads along the Schludernstein Path to the Leiter am Waal restaurant. Finally, it ends at the starting point again - 15 information boards await you along the way. In the warmer months, guided hikes are often offered, which end with a cellar tour at the Plars Castle Winery. Walking time: approx. 45 minutes.