Hay bathing is a centuries-old tradition in the Dolomites, and Völs in particular has become widely known for it. The two Englishmen Gilbert and Churchill already mentioned the Schlern hay baths in their world-famous travelogue "The Dolomite Mountains" from 1864. Tyrol has always been rich in bathing establishments, with the hay bath occupying a special position. In contrast to the well-known healing springs, the raw material is not the water, but the mountain hay from the surrounding Dolomites. We are proud to continue this tradition in our house carried out since 1901, and to have survived as one of the few historical baths in Tyrol to this day.