Apartments Resi are located in the village of Rasun di Sotto. The communal territory of Rasun - Anterselva starts at the village of Valdaora and continues along the valley of Anterselva, which ends with Anterselva Lake at 1650 m. The small valley of Anterselva is a northern branch of the Val Pusteria, which develops from west to east joining Bressanone, Italy, in Lienz, Austria. This geographical area is one of the most fascinating and popular tourist resorts in South Tyrol, ideal for spending a wonderful winter holiday, hiking and discovering an extraordinary gastronomic offer. The tourist attractions of the Puster Valley, very easy to reach from our structure, are numerous:
In this area you can find authentic natural monuments such as the Sesto Dolomites and the Fanes - Sennes - Braies Natural Park. The capital of the area is Dobbiaco, located at the entrance to the Valley of Landro, which leads to the Three Peaks of Lavaredo. The area is rich in churches, castles, massifs, forests and meadows, as well as the lakes of Dobbiaco and Landro.
It is a very famous lake and one of the most beautiful in the Dolomite arch. On its surface are mirrored the Sasso del Signore and the Croda del Becco mountains. During the winter it is covered with ice and snow, becoming quite resistant to walking on it.
Brunico is the capital of the Puster Valley and is located at the crossroads between the Val Pusteria and the Aurina and Tures valleys in the north. In the south of Brunico, instead, the Val Badia develops. Brunico has always been the economic center of the valley as well as the ideal destination for an exciting holiday with plenty of liveliness: there is a lot of shops and places in town, the perfect place to breathe a city atmosphere, but in the shadow of the Dolomites. In winter, Brunico is famous for its distinctive Christmas Market. In the castle of Brunico there is also the Messner Mountain Museum Ripa, dedicated to the peoples of the mountain.
Plan de Corones
The Plan de Corones is a mountain of the Alps 2,275 m high. It is located on the south side of the Puster Valley, only three kilometers from Brunico. Famous for its skiing installations, it offers a wide view of the surrounding mountains.
Bressanone is the main urban center of the Isarco Valley. Characterized by a charming medieval old town, gathered around the cathedral and its large square, it features numerous and characteristic shops that overlook the ancient porches. Historical residence of the bishops, Bressanone has maintained its unparalleled charm throughout the centuries. In the winter it is the destination of many tourists attracted by its famous Christmas market.