There’s always something to do in the multi-faceted and uniquely Tyrolean Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis adventure region. For the eyes, the ears, and, of course the taste buds. Immerse yourself in the authentic world of Tyrolean customs, participate in ancient traditions, and dance to the sounds of local bands for wonderful evenings of authentic magic. Feast your way through the entire range of local dishes, and follow the lure of beguiling fragrances.
Every year knights, damsels, minstrels and jesters get together by the gates of medieval Castle Laudeck to celebrate. Everyone is invited to watch the jousting, marvel at the skill of ancient craftsmanship and taste unfamiliar foods.
Eating is a multi-sensory experience, and particularly so when you're enjoying a luxury BergDiamant restaurant breakfast or 6-course gourmet meal in the Gourmet Gondola – probably the smallest restaurant in the world – with impressive panoramic views of the mountains. You're in for a wonderful surprise! Click here for information, reservations & more.
Perhaps you’d prefer a Champagne breakfast? No matter which delight you choose, the Crystal Cube is a most extraordinary experience! The giant mirrored cube is located at over 2,600m above sea level, perched between peaks and an untamed mountain world. Treat yourself to a very special taste experience high above the clouds: with a Champagne breakfast, high tea or luxury lunch for up to eight people. The Crystal Cube is yours for two hours. Book here or ask at reception.
A traditional festival with live music, traditional costume group and real Tyrolean delicacies. Fortnightly on Tuesdays, guests and locals assemble around the village fountain in Fiss to enjoy the last rays of the sun and stroll among the market stalls where quaint, creative and delicious wares are laid out. The spectacle begins at 6.30pm with Fiss' traditional costume group, a band and musical request concert. The Mini & Maxi Club and Berta's bouncy castle keep children amused and entertained.
Music to suit every taste, entertainers, jugglers and magicians delight their audience in the centre of Serfaus. Fortnightly on Thursdays, 7.00-11.00pm. From blues to jazz, country and genuine Tyrolean village music, talented artists from the area perform to the accompaniment of a wide choice of local specialities and products brought to you by the region's farmers. During these exuberant evenings the shops and craftsmen of Serfaus stay open until 10.00pm.
Every Thursday from 30 June until 15 September at 3.30pm, the legendary ‘Summr Huangart' is held at the Komperdellbahn lower terminus. Experience a real slice of Serfaus tradition with authentic music, delicious wines and Tyrolean delicacies including freshly baked bread, straight from the oven. Get to know the real Tyrol, watch a woodcarver pursue his ancient craft, and discover your own inner Tyrolean. Children adore the homemade ice cream and superb bouncy castle.
Countless listed buildings, frescoed walls and Castle Laudeck, Ladis' famous landmark, provide a dramatic backdrop for an incomparable evening of music, delicious local specialities and a fun programme for children. Various dates, starts at 6.30pm – free admission.
The medieval times come alive at Castle Laudeck, so come close to the action! On Saturday at 6.00pm a spectacle unfolds – and with it market stalls, craft stalls and much more. On Sunday, all the knights, jugglers and bards of the region assemble for the great medieval festival at the castle pond for show fights, singing and stunning parades in historic dress. Also included is a special programme for children with a bouncy castle and magician.
Autumn is the most colourful of seasons: the leaves turning red, brown and yellow marks the start of the autumn events in Tyrol, which culminate in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis' customary harvest festival, the Tractor & Vintage Car Festival, the celebrated cattle drive and many other events that bring our traditions to life. Autumn is also a favourite season for gourmets: enjoy delicious autumn dishes, venison specialities and so much more in the region’s mountain restaurants and huts.