The South Tyrol’s Jakobsweg is a pilgrimage route that leads to the Spanish pilgrimage site of Santiago de Compostela. The starting point can be varied, as it leads through the whole of Europe on various routes to Spain. One of the routes also leads through South Tyrol, more precisely through the Vinschgau/Val Venosta Valley.
The 12th stage of the Jakobsweg takes hikers from Algund/Lagundo to Töll/Tel and Rabland/Rablà along the Sonnenberg/Monte Sole to Naturns/Naturno and Kastelbell/Castelbello.
- Hydro-electricity station at Töll/Tel
- Famous K. u. K. museum and restaurant Bad Egart
- Chapel of St. Jakob, Rabland/Rablà
The church houses a statue of Saint Margareta and an image of Saint Jacobus, patron saint of pilgrims, pharmacists and druggists and patron of Spain, pictured with a shell on his hat and pilgrim's staff in his hand.
- Famous Roman milestone, Rabland/Rablà
- Romanesque Prokulus church, Naturns/Naturno
From Merano: Bus 213 to Lagundo (bus stop in the Lagundo town center)
From Venosta Valley: the Venosta Valley Train to Tel then Bus 213 from Parcines to Lagundo (Lagundo (bus stop in the Lagundo town center)
Algund/Lagundo parking lot at the outdoor swimming pool Algund, Marktgasse 11
all-day, free of charge
5 min walking distance into town center of Algund!