In the Antholz valley, there are a number of interesting cultural monuments which should definitely be seen. The historical Rasen bridge, which has been elevated to the level of museum, the splendid Residenza Heufler manor, the beautiful Residenza Goller, the mystical Altrasen and Neurasen ruins and Bunker number 7 all bear witness to the cultural past of this vacation region and positively abound with historical significance.
But the Antholz valley also offers destinations well worth seeing for nature lovers. These include the beautiful Lake Antholz and the biotope "Rasner Möser", a natural swamp area with unique flora and fauna that is accessible year-round.
The project „theme paths in the municipality of Rasen-Antholz“ contains interesting natural and historical sights of the Antholz valley.
It is a cultural information point and tourist attraction which we have spent the past few years setting up and implementing in gradual stages in partnership with a working group. The project started with the enormously important cemetery (dating back to 500-800 BC) at the Windschnur archaeological site situated on the road leading down to the Antholz valley. The adjacent bunker no. 7 was handed over to the municipality, which led to it being used for a new purpose and will made accessible to the public. Various sites in the valley have also been upgraded and two themed paths created under the “thema!” (English: “theme!”) logo.