Located directly on the road across Passo Resia, in the narrow Tyrolean village of Nauders, the castle towers over an idyllic hillside where Italy, Austria and Switzerland meet. It was first mentioned in official documents in 1325. Since 1330, Naudersberg Castle has been used as territorial court for the area between Landeck and Passo Resia. Over the centuries, the castle was constantly extended and renovated, but always remained in the possession of the state authorities until the 20th century. Today, on the ground floor of the castle, you can visit the kitchen and cells of the former prison, as well as the torture chambers with the original instruments. The attic houses a museum with rural and craft exhibits. The former stables now feature the castle restaurant.