If you want to see Ora, the best thing is to start hiking. Up to the Castelfeder castle hill: cultural site and biotope along the Alto Adige Wine Road.
Remains of a prehistoric settlement, a sub-Mediterranean landscape with ponds, marshlands and rocks, and a view of Caldaro Lake and the Chiusa di Salorno: the imposing Castelfeder porphyry rock does not only dominate the landscape of the Bassa Atesina region, it is also a popular hiking destination and rewarding viewpoint.
From here, the plots of the apple and wine farmers, which surround the village of Ora, seem like a huge patchwork rug. About 56 hectares of wine, of which 40 hectares are red wine and 15 hectares are white wine, are grown on the sunny stretch along the Alto Adige Wine Road.
The village, which has preserved its rural character, is characterised by historic manors, narrow alleys and traditional architecture.