Mühlbach is located at the entrance to the South Tyrolean Pustertal and has had market village status since 1269. Ancient walls, stately manors and refined town houses bear witness of this long-standing history. Always at the heart of important routes, Mühlbach forms the centre of the Almenregion. The multi-facetted hustle and bustle can best be enjoyed on a leisurely shopping stroll with culinary stop-over at the Café. Optimal connection by bus: The Vallertal, the sunny Meransen, the Rodenecker-Lüsner Alm as well as Spinges with its old farms are all only a stone’s throw away and worth a trip. From Mühlbach, the cable car takes you up to Meransen as well. Alternatively, you can catch the train to the Pustertal or take the bus to Brixen.

A new pair of hiking boots or rather pumps? In the many shops at the heart of Mühlbach everyone will find a matching gift for the loved ones at home. Subsequently, you can enjoy the multi-facetted village live having a glass wine or a cup of Cappuccino on the sun terraces of the cosy cafes.

Mühlbacher Klause
At the Mühlbacher Klause, the former customs station at the entrance of the Pustertal, you can travel back in time. On a guided tour (during summer months) you can then learn all kinds of facts on the past of the Gitschberg Jochtal area and about Mühlbach in particular.