Oberlienz is composed of the districts of Oberlienz and Oberdrum, as well as the town of Glanz. Here at the entrance to the Iseltal Valley, all three unite to a place full of diverse culture, unique nature and East Tyrolean hospitableness. The terraced natural and cultural landscape of Oberlienz with its Feldgräfelmauern is an element that clearly characterises the townscape.
As its title “sunny village” may already tell, Oberlienz can also be explored by walking and hiking the so-called sun paths through colourful flower meadows and along varied paths. With the Hochstein, a popular leisure and excursion destination is in close proximity to the municipality. In Oberlienz, the idyllic Isel bays with their wild nature along the raging waters of the glacial river are highly popular. Worth a visit all year are the Oberlienzer open-air museum and a quiet hike to the Helenenkirche church. Once there, a wonderful view of the bizarre mountain formations of the Lienz Dolomites opens up below the highest lime tree in Tyrol. The unique landscape photos that are regularly taken here are almost kitsch.
But it is of secondary importance what recreational activity you choose in Oberlienz because they all share a crucial element - the gorgeous natural scenery that makes Oberlienz this special place in between secluded idyll and multi-faceted city life.