Sights in St. Ulrich

In St. Ulrich, like in the rest of nearby valleys, is still very much alive the Ladin language and culture, telling the history of this culture that derives from the fusion of the Celtic language with Latin.

One of the activities that have always characterized St. Ulrich  is the art of wood carving, a tradition that spans centuries, still handed down from craftsman to craftsman, in the representation of allegorical figures, animals, nativity scenes and figures for chess.

Among the natural wonders that can be admired in the Park Puez Geisler, where a branching network of marked trails that lead to the discovery of the Dolomites, refuges and huts where you can taste the most typical dishes of the area.

Very beautiful the Churches of St. Ulrich, such as the Parish Church of St. Ulrich, built in the late Baroque, the St. Anne's Chapel, located near the cemetery of St. Ulrich, built in the early fifteenth century, the Church of St. Antonio near the main square and the Church of St. James, which is just above St. Ulrich and is easily reached on foot.