Holidays in Partschins- Rabland- Töll
The municipality consists of the three districts Partschins, Rabland and Töll and is situated idyllically between the riverside of the Etsch and the mountains of the Texel group in the middle of the Meraner Land.
In spring, the region is a huge sea of white flowers due to the countless fruit trees – and in autumn a colorful apple orchard.
The symbol of Partschins is the waterfall which is with its height of 97 meters the biggest of South Tyrol. Partschins is a hiking paradise which offers uncountable possibilities!
Partschins is the gate to the nature park of the Texel group, which is a hiking paradise with countless touring possibilities: 240 km of marked paths with wonderful panoramas invite you to walk through the bottom of the valley or to make longer hikes through alpine meadows and challenging alpine tours – passing torrents, old irrigation channels (so called “Waale”), the impressive waterfall of Partschins and one of the largest high alpine lake district throughout Europe.
The history of Partschins, Rabland and Töll has started about 2,000 years ago. This is attested for example by the replica of a Roman milestone, which once marked the route “Via Claudia Augusta”. Learn more about the history of the region in the historical alleys of the village, on the “legend path” or in the typewriter museum. Peter Mitterhofer – the inventor of the typewriter – is the most famous sons of Partschins.
The Miniature Railway World and the K. & K. Museum at Bad Egart with the fantastic collection of Sisi are only some of the many places of interest.
In the rustic village there is attached great importance to South Tyrolean hospitality and the vicinity offers many sports activities. Biking throw the Etsch, mountain biking on the Mt. Nöder, climbing on the water fall and on the tightrope garden and many more is waiting for you.