At the eastern border of the municipality, there is the village of Valdaora di Sopra.
Only a stone’s throw from the artificial lake of Valdaora, there is the village of Valdaora di Sopra, located at 1.080 m asl. Due to this lake, the village is particularly popular with those who love fishing, possible only with a valid licence. The parish church of Valdaora dates back to the 15th century and is dedicated to S. Maria.
By the way, there are also several destinations for those who love hiking, such as the Angerer and Brunst alpine pastures, as well as the circular trail Sella, starting from Valdaora di Sopra, that makes you experience nature at close quarters.
In winter you can easily reach the valley station of the Plan de Corones by shuttle service. This mountain offers more than 100 km of well-groomed ski slopes, skiable from the end of November to April.
By the way: Valdaora di Sopra also offers a monolith, which proves the fact that already in 201 there was a road across the Val Pusteria.