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San Martino in Badia - St. Martin in Thurn


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For those who love tranquility surrounded by nature San Martino is a picturesque village immersed in the Alpine world of the Dolomites. With its beauty and the nature that surrounds it, the village attracts hikers especially in the summer who, in the midst of the Puez-Odle natural park, find many paths and a fauna and flora of rare beauty.
  • Village in the mountain
  • Suitable for disabled people
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A look at St. Martin in Thurn
A look at St. Martin in Thurn

About the village

The ladin village of San Martino in Badia (Sankt Martin in Thurn in German, San Martin de Tor in Ladin) attracts especially hikers in summer. Here you can admire the characteristics Viles, rural settlements of the Ladin culture. Moreover the Peitlerkofel, one of the most scenic mountains of the Dolomites, watches over this beautiful tourist town. Infinite paths lead through the UNESCO world natural heritage and the Natural Park Puez-Odle fascinates its visitors with a fauna and flora of rare beauty.

The toponym is attested as Saint Martin in Geder in 1260, Sand Martein in 1334 and St. Martin an der Gader in 1883, while Thurn is attested as Thurn or Tor and refers probably to the nearby Castel Tor (in German Schloss Thurn, in Ladin Ciastel de Tor). From 1923 to 1928, the town was called San Martino.

The castle of San Martino in Badia (Thurn an der Gader) houses the museum of history and the ladin culture, the Museum Ladin. At San Martino has also seat of the Ladin Cultural Institute Micurà de Rü.

Municipality of San Martino in Badia/St. Martin in Thurn
Province of Bozen
Trentino Alto Adige Region

Population: 1.719 (708 in the village)
Altitude centre: 1135 m s.l.m.

Unesco Site: Dolomites

the Municipality is part of:
Città e siti patrimonio mondiale Unesco
Comunità Montana Valle Pusteria

Aree naturali protette:
Puez Odle Natural Park

Municipality
Località San Martino 100 - Tel. +39 0474 523125

BY CAR

  • Along the highway the closest exits to the center of San Martino in Badia are:
    - Exit Bressanone Zona Ind. (A22 Brennero-Modena)
    - Exit Bressanone - Val Pusteria (A22 Brennero-Modena)

ON THE TRAIN

  • Bressanone station
  • Vandoies station

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