Your resort lies upon a beautiful and sunny plateau above 1.200 m - 1.400 m sea level, overlooking the Upper Inn Valley. Its location offers you unique and endless recreational activities during
the summer and especially in the winter season. We invite you to visit our region, explore and find out…
The resort‘s history reaches way back. An abundant townscape formed artfully over the centuries with Ladis claiming the finest fresco decorated buildings in the region (Rechelerhaus,
Stockerhaus and the parish hall). Furthermore the picturesque Castle Laudegg built upon mighty rocks and its neighbouring small castle lake provides Ladis an unrivaled and unique character
TyroLadis is right in the middle of the ski region Serfaus Fiss Ladis
Glide with the cable car ‚Sonnenbahn‘ directly from the village into the sunshine plateau‘s winter wonderland. You’ll find cultivated hospitality in fantastic hotels, guesthouses, appartments and
private quarters. A pure romantic, positive vibes and a great deal of fun … a village with an unmistakable ambience and flair… enjoy your après-ski, sledging, ice- skating, ice-curling and many
Ladis, first named ‘ecclesia de Laudes' has been documented since 1220 A.D. Ladis along with Fiss belonged to the main parish of Serfaus. The ‘Ladr’ (this is how the residents are
named) were exhorted to attending service in the parish church of Serfaus on principal feast days instead of participating in Prutz.
Only later in 1520, Ladis and Fiss receive their own vicar cooperator. Curated after 1661, Ladis became a parish in 1891 A.D.
The parish church is dedicated to the Holy Martin (first consecration dated 1497 A.D.) and the new church was erected between 1829-1831. A selection of remarkable buildings are
found in the center of ’Old Ladis’.
The foundations date back to the Romanesque around (1000-1300 A.D.) The Romanesque Style is found on numerous round archways and entrances around Ladis.
Historical records dated back to 1212 A.D. report that ‘Nikolaus Schederle’ a local shepherd discovers a spring named the ‘Sauerbrunnquelle’ in Obladis.
Emperor Max’s physician named it ‘das heilsamste Wasser’, which literally means ‘the healthful water’.
It are these sulphur springs that made Ladis-Obladis develope tourism at an early stage. Numerous guests alongside kings and emperors made use of the drinkable water to ease pains and
heal their illnesses.
In Ladis you will also find the beautifully restored thirtheenth century castle ‘Laudeck’.
Archeo logical findings classify this castle as an old Roman watch tower.