St. Pauls / San Paolo
St. Pauls/San Paolo is part of the municipality of Eppan/Appiano and it is situated on the famous South Tyrolean wine street. A very special characteristic of St. Pauls is the historical town centre with its traditional house facades and bow windows. A highlight is the church of St. Pauls, called “Dome in the Countryside”, which was built in two different architectural styles: the steeple was built in the Gothic style, while the onion-shaped roof dates back to the period of Italian Baroque.
Discover St. Pauls
In the town centre, many events take place: the famous village festival is organized every two years, and there are also the “weeks of wine culture” and the “culinary table” of St. Pauls, where a long table is prepared in the streets of St. Pauls and the famous chef Herbert Hintner serves delicious meals.
During Christmas time, you can visit a stunning exhibition with over 100 mangers and a living nativity scene. For those who love winter sports, the skiing areas of Obereggen, Reinswald, and Seiser Alm with their perfectly prepared slopes are not far away.