St. Giles' church
The church of St. Giles was built in the Romanesque period. On the south-facing outer wall is a 14th century painting of St. Christopher. The saint’s feet are no longer visible as the paint was rubbed off by passing travellers, who would touch the painting to increase their fertility. In 1985 more 13th century frescos were discovered inside the church.
Distance from station Schlanders: 30 minutes on foot
For information Schlanders-Laas tourist office: 0473 737050