Fié allo Sciliar
The villages belonging to the municipality of Fiè nestle among gentle hills and forests of the plateau extending at the foot of the mighty Sciliar.
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The symbol of South Tyrol, so to speak the Scilar, is also the symbol of Fié allo Sciliar. Dominating the high-altitude pastures on which Fié and its localities San Constantino, San Antonio, Fié, Umes, Aica di Fié e Santa Caterina are located, the massive Sciliar mountain has already impressed the Romans. In fact they used its highest elevation, the Monte Castello (Burgstall), as cult site.
Beside its alpine surroundings, Fié allo Sciliar offers a series of further highlights. A varied landscape ranging from the vineyards of Valle Isarco at 315 m asl to the main village at 900 m asl and the dense coniferous forests up to the peaks of the rough Dolomites. A tradition as health resort, in which hay baths have always had an essential role to play. Culinary delights, culminating in the gastronomic week “Völser Kuchlkastl“. Last but not least, Castel Presule, the family seat of the Lords of Fié.
By the way, Fié allo Sciliar is only a stone’s throw away from Castelrotto and the Alpe di Siusi on the one hand, on the other hand also from Tires and the Catinaccio. If you love the Dolomites, Fié allo Sciliar is absolutely the right place to stay.