Percha at the foot of Kronplatz
Percha near Bruneck lies at the foot of the most famous ski-resort in Pustertal, Kronplatz. The quiet South Tyrolean village is composed of Wielenberg, Oberwielenbach, Unterwielenbach, Aschbach, Nasen, Litschbach and Platten. The settling history reaches far back. The milestone by the church is just one record among many that the Romans were once living in this area.
Between earth pyramids and mills
For those who love nature and would like to spend an alpine vacation full of peace and tranquility, find this is the place to be. The mainly untouched nature in and around the village is home to some long-standing farms and mills, reachable over wonderful walks. On the way visit the Gothic Church St. Jacob in Nasen. Across the pristine valley Wielental you reach the nature park Rieserferner-Ahrn full of inspiring mountain paths.
Very special nature phenomena are the earth pyramids, about half an hour walk away. The pyramids reach between 1.550 and 1.750 meters height and are said to be ever changing; also in their colour, varying according to time of the day and light conditions between yellow, brown and ash-gray.
In the village a valley station offers direct access to the ski-resort and hiking arena Kronplatz in the Dolomites. Besides here you find a working train station, which makes it easy to arrive using public transports, which bring you almost directly to the gates of the hotels in Percha. Those who want to spend their vacation in this traditional alpine village, find here the most beautiful hotels in Percha in South Tyrol.