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Soaking up the winter charm of Spinges

Spinges is a tiny hamlet of 300 souls nestled on a sunny plateau above Mühlbach, at an altitude of 1,105 metres. Small and secluded as it may be, Spinges has earned its place in Tyrolean history books, as it was here that the locally famous battle of Spinges was fought on 2 April 1797 by the Tyrolean freedom fighters who opposed Napoleon’s army. During this battle, Katharina Lanz – also known as “the Tyrolean Jeanne d’Arc” – proved herself a heroine and went down in history books for fighting for her homeland from a churchyard wall using a pitchfork. To this day, she is still portrayed brandishing her makeshift weapon.

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If you are tired of drab, charmless urban winters and would like to savour the flair of an authentic Alpine setting, Spinges is your perfect destination. Here, you can go on long walks in the snow with your family and take rewarding snowshoe hikes, like the Spinges Alpine Pasture trail that leads to the Anratterhütte hut. Let the idyllic snowscape and snow-capped mountains refresh your mind and revitalise your body!

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Spinges – a sun-drenched summer destination

Spinges is a tiny hamlet of 300 souls nestled on a sunny plateau above Mühlbach, at an altitude of 1,105 metres. Small and secluded as it may be, Spinges has earned its place in Tyrolean history books, as it was here that the locally famous battle of Spinges was fought on 2 April 1797 by the Tyrolean freedom fighters who opposed Napoleon’s army. During this battle, Katharina Lanz – also known as “the Tyrolean Jeanne d’Arc” – proved herself a heroine and went down in history books for fighting for her homeland from a churchyard wall using a pitchfork. To this day, she is still portrayed brandishing her makeshift weapon.

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In the summer, when the sun generously shines over Spinges for endless hours, the village offers plenty of pure, fresh air and a number of scenic walking paths. Families with children will love the Bunker recreation area with its many attractions. Spinges is also a great place to enjoy the balmy summer nights drinking an aperitif while taking in the view of the Brixen area and the nearby villages of Meransen and Rodeneck.

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Spinges highlights
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Spinges Bunker recreation area
For families of all ages, shapes and sizes!
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine pasture trail in Spinges
A taste of authentic South Tyrolean landscape
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges

Choose your accommodation in Spinges.

If you have decided to spend your next holiday in Spinges, congratulations! Here you can find a list of the best accommodation options in this sunny village.

The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges

How to get to Spinges.

If you are travelling by car from the north, south or west, take the Brixen-Vahrn exit on the A22 motorway and continue to Schabs. When you are there, turn left in the direction of Aicha and follow the winding road to Spinges. If you are travelling from the east, drive into the centre of Mühlbach and turn right towards Spinges, following the road into the village.

If you are travelling by train from the north, south or west, change at Franzensfeste station and take the regional train to Innichen. Get off at Mühlbach station, from where bus number 411 will take you to Spinges. If you are coming from the east, get off directly at Mühlbach station and take the bus to Spinges.

Other Destinations
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
Meransen
On the sunny high plateau
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
Mühlbach
The historical market town
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
Pfunderertal valley
Quaint, unspoilt, authentic
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
Rodeneck
Vast pastures for your hiking enjoyment
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
Spinges
A little village with Alpine charm
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
Terenten
South Tyrol’s sunniest village
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
Vals
An Alpine idyll
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
The Alpine hamlet of Spinges
Vintl
Traditional craftsmanship and fine cheese