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Lana di Sotto

The famous Golf Club Lana at the foot of the Brandis Castle is one of the attractions of Lana di Sotto.

At 300 m a.s.l., there is the village of Lana di Sotto, a place in which mighty churches attract the visitors’ attention. The Assumption of Mary Parish Church is one of the most beautiful buildings in 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 inside the church, which is 14 m high and 7 m wide and is so among 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, you have to visit the Golf Club Lana at the Gutshof Brandis. Also a cycling tour across the fruit orchards in full blossom must not be missed.

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.

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