Ladis

Healing for body and soul: If, in a region full of magnificent peaks, a mountain is known as the “Schönjoch” (Beautiful Ridge), then that means something!

Located high up on a sunny plateau in the west of Tirol, this 500-inhabitant village links up with neighbouring Serfaus and Fiss to form a large ski resort popular with international guests and locals alike.

Ladis’s history as a spa resort, however, dates back much further, as far as the Middle Ages – long before the word “spa” was used in its modern context and long before the invention of skiing. A sulphur spring and natural mineral water source in Obladis with high carbon dioxide levels were said to have healing powers and for centuries drew many visitors to the region. Emperor Maximilian I (1459-1519) even ordered for the water to be tested, with his doctor reporting back to him that it was “one of the most healing waters in all of Germany”. Today, it is mostly the modern lifts and ski infrastructure in Ladis which make every stay in this beautiful village “one of the most healing” visitors could wish for.

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This medieval castle, sometime also referred to as “Laudeck”, is perched on a rocky outcrop high above Ladis and framed by the Samnaun mountains., © Andreas Kirschner Fiss
Burg Laudegg

This medieval castle, sometime also referred to as “Laudeck”, is perched on a rocky outcrop high above Ladis and framed by the Samnaun mountains.

Tirol’s water is generally of exceptional quality. However, the water from Obladis is particularly good and has become well-known throughout the region., © Christine Kirschner Ladis
Healing powers

Tirol’s water is generally of exceptional quality. However, the water from Obladis is particularly good and has become well-known throughout the region.

Formerly a farmhouse, this listed building is today a state-of-the-art event centre with 200 seats, an art gallery and a museum., © Dorfbuch Ladis/Prof. Robert Klien
Rechelerhaus

Formerly a farmhouse, this listed building is today a state-of-the-art event centre with 200 seats, an art gallery and a museum.

Keen skiers who don’t mind getting up that little bit earlier can experience the feeling of cruising down freshly groomed pistes every Wednesday in the company of experienced ski instructors before the lifts open to the general public., © Sepp Malaun
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Keen skiers who don’t mind getting up that little bit earlier can experience the feeling of cruising down freshly groomed pistes every Wednesday in the company of experienced ski instructors before the lifts open to the general public.

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