Hotel Naudererhof


Nauders and the surrounding area

The holiday paradise Nauders in the Tyrolean Oberland offers many beautiful places! Apart from buildings, fortresses and castles steeped in history, you can find stunning natural monuments, lakes and the clean, fresh mountain air of the high alpine bracing climate in 1400 m above sea level here.

Blick auf Nauders am Reschenpass

Nauders and the surrounding area

Enjoy all the advantages of the A/CH/I tri-border region and visit the sights in the surrounding area.  You will be surprised by the many beautiful sides of our region. Whether you love nature, like to observe animals in large natural enclosures or simply want to stroll through the beautiful towns of Innsbruck, Merano and St. Moritz – you surely will find something suitable here!

Lake Schwarzer See and Lake Grüner See

The impressive beauty of the landscape around Lake Schwarzer See has become a Tyrolean natural monument. The Mutzkopf lift takes you uphill to the “Kleiner Mutzkopf” from where you hike approx. 1/2 hour to Lake Schwarzer See. A very beautiful hiking tour for the entire family!

Kiting, rafting, high rope course…

We have the right programme for outdoor fans in the surrounding area. Whether kite-surfing, rafting, paragliding or a session on the high rope course, there is something for everyone!

We are happy to arrange a suitable outdoor action package for you! … just feel good! …

Lake Reschensee (I)

Starting from the Naudererhof, it is easy to reach Lake Reschensee by bicycle. A 15.3 km-long hiking, Nordic Walking and running route leads around Lake Reschensee. Try an E-bike with child trailer, thus the entire family can cycle leisurely around the lake.

Trauttmansdorf Castle (I)

The gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle in Merano (approx. 1.5 hours drive away from the Naudererhof) stretch across an area of 12 hectares in form of a natural amphitheatre with a difference in altitude of 100 metres. This opens impressive perspectives to exotic garden landscapes as well as stunning views to the surrounding mountain world.

Marienberg Abbey (I)

Marienberg Abbey is located in a slope hollow above Burgeis in the Upper Vinschgau and can be seen from afar. With 1.340 metres above sea level, it is Europe’s highest-situated Benedictine abbey. Life in Marienberg Abbey has been following the rules of St. Benedict for over 900 years now. It is a place of peace and strength, of history and future, of work and prayer.

National Park visitors’ centre aquaprad / Prad (I)

Water is the guiding theme at the National Park visitors’ centre aquaprad. Visitors can already see, hear and touch at the entrance. 35 native species of fish can be admired in 12 beautiful aquariums. Visitors learn about the native fish fauna in mountain streams and rivers, in high-mountain lakes and floodplain forest ponds in a highly interesting way.

Samnaun (CH)

The small mountain village of Samnaun is approx. 30 km away from Nauders. Due to its geographical location, the only access road led across Austrian soil until 1912. Thus, Samnaun became a Swiss customs exclave; there are only Austrian customs officers at the border crossing. Duty-free shopping in Samnaun pays off especially for petrol, cigars, premium spirits, cosmetics, jewellery, butter, sugar and perfume.

SWAROVSKI – Crystal Worlds

Swarovski is an Austrian producer of cut crystal glass, which is sold across the world. The family business was founded in Wattens in Tyrol. Swarovski employs over 30,000 people direct or at its subsidiaries in 42 countries, with production in 8 countries. The Swarovski Crystal Worlds are – after Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna – the most visited attraction in Austria. To date, they have enchanted over eleven million visitors from around the world.

Bogn Engiadina Scuol (CH)

The Bogn Engiadina is located in the heart of the village, and yet discreetly hidden away. It is fed by four of the over twenty health springs between Tarasp-Vulpera, Scuol and the two sun terraces of Sent and Ftan. Their water was already described as healing by the naturopath Paracelsus hundreds of years ago. The modern spa offers visitors a wide range of spa and sauna programmes in bright architecture as well as a wellness and therapy centre (Finnish saunas, thermal bath (organic sauna) with colour light therapy, outdoor pool, plunge pool, steam bath, heated foot basin, chill-out room).

Merano (I)

Merano is approx. 80 km away from Nauders and is located in a hollow surrounded by mountains of up to 3337 m in height (Texel Mountains). It is the place where the Passeier Valley, the Vinschgau and the Etschtal Valley merge. Merano has been known as a spa town since the 19th century already. The climate in Merano is Mediterranean. The romantic arcades with their many shops invite to a wonderful stroll through the town centre.

St. Moritz (CH)

St. Moritz is approx. 95 km away from Nauders. St. Moritz is one of the most famous places in the world. Thanks to the Romanic language, the proximity to Italy and mainly German-speaking locals is St. Moritz the melting pot of three cultures. The place owes its name originally to its healing springs which have been known for over 3,000 years already. Today, St. Moritz is a Mecca for international prestige brands. Beautiful boutiques and shops of the most renowned fashion labels can be found within a small space in the town’s centre.

Innsbruck (A)

Innsbruck is approx. 1 ¼ hours away from Nauders. Splendid historic buildings and modern architecture, art and sporty high performances, cosmopolitan and traditional: Tyrol’s capital is a place of diversity. Innsbruck is a historically grown town where the rulers of the imperial and royal monarchy realised their artistic ideas since its first heyday around 1500. Buildings from the Gothic period, the Renaissance, the Baroque and classicism invite visitors to a journey into the past.

Here are just a few must-see highlights: Goldenes Dachl, Maria Theresienstraße, Imperial Palace of Innsbruck, Kaiserliche Hofkirche (Court Church), town tower, Ambras Castle, and and and … enjoy Innsbruck!

Alpine Zoo Innsbruck (A)

Europe’s highest zoo (750 m) , the Alpine zoo in Innsbruck is located at the foot of the Nordkette mountains, above the city of Innsbruck, the capital of Tirol. Covering an area of ​​4 ha about 2000 Alpine animals of some 150 species are maintained in nature-pens, terrariums and aquariums. No other zoo in the world shows such a complete collection of wild animals from the Alps.