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You can visit or stay overnight at Bleietunet, a modern fruitfarm with historic roots back to the middle ages. In 1994 the farm was hit by an avalanche and you can join a guided tour through the rebuilt yards, the orchards and gardens. Have a taste of the local cider. Farm shop with local produce and handicraft.

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Bleietunet

You can visit or stay overnight at Bleietunet, a modern fruitfarm with historic roots back to the middle ages. In 1994 the farm was hit by an...

Bleietunet

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