The famous Golf Club Lana at the foot of the Brandis fortress is one of the attractions of Lana di Sotto.
At 300 m asl, there is the village of Lana di Sotto, a place in which mighty churches attract the visitors’ attention. The Maria Assunta parish church is one of the most beautiful constructions of South Tyrolean late-Gothic construction style and offers a sandstone pulpit, a triumphal arch crucifix and the beautiful glass paintings in the choir windows. Particularly precious and absolutely worth seeing is the Schnatterpeck altar in the interior of the church, which is 14 m high and 7 m wide and is thus the largest winged altars of the Apine area. Also worth a visit is the Romanesque S. Margaret chapel above the village.
What is particularly recommendable in spring and autumn is a walk along the Brandis (Waalweg) trail, stretching between Lana di Sotto and Lana di Sopra. In summer months, however, we recommend you a walk in higher realms. If you love playing golf, we recommend you the Golf Club Lana at the Gutshof Brandis. Also recommendable is a cycling tour across the fruit orchards in full blossom.
Our tip: the Larchgut residence hosts the South Tyrolean Fruit Growing Museum. This is where you can learn more about apples in South Tyrol, an interesting museum visit.