Old village core of Oetz
The architecturally unadulterated core of the old, narrowly built Haufendorf is particularly picturesque.
It is located in Umhausen and is located on the way to the Stuibenfall near the Ötzi village. It was built according to a special ecological process.
At Umhausen - the steepest and most daring settlement in the valley. Seen from below you think that the farms should be tied to the slope.
Gallery to the old Ötztal
This is located in Oetz and is also the local museum and art gallery.
At Vent (2,050 m) there is a hunter and shepherd station of the Stone Age (8 to 4th millennium BC).
The sulfur thermal baths
On a 9,000 square meter area, in the immediate vicinity of Tyrol's largest waterfall, the Stuibenfall, creates an open-air park under scientific guidance in cooperation with the University of Innsbruck (Institute for Urban History), which the visitor has an insight into the world of Ötzis, in his everyday life and his way of life.
With the discovery of the man in the ice on September 19, 1991 near the Similaungletscher in the Oetztal Alps, the Alpine Archeology experienced a huge upswing.
The recently renovated chapel in Längenfeld from the 17th century is reminiscent of the plague in the Ötztal.
At Oetz there is a natural lake, the largest in the valley and one of the warmest Tyrol (water temperature up to 23 °).
Rofen at Vent
The highest, all year round cultivated permanent settlement of the Eastern Alps (2013 m).
At Umhausen, Tyrol's largest and most beautiful waterfall is. He plunges into the depths 150 m and creates a wonderful play of colors in sunshine.