Holiday in historical Spinges
Spinges is located at a 1,105 m high valley, bounded by the rivers Eisack and Valler Bach. It is a markedly quiet place on earth, where the world sometimes even seems to stand still and life pulsates more slowly.
Still today, the picturesque village is dedicated to pleasant and tranquil life. In addition, it offers many interesting and unique treasures for attentive observers, because the nearly pristine nature of the mountain pasture of Spinges is really enchanting and the view to the city Brixen, the villages down in the valley and the mountains in the distance is absolutely breathtaking.
Worth mentioning is the exciting and eventful past of Spinges. Katharina Lanz – the “brave girl from Spinges” and heroine of the Tyrolean struggle for freedom – found her way into the historiography of the Napoleonic Wars. The first mention of Spinges can be found even earlier, namely in 1174.