Breitenwang (1,750 inhabitants) is one of the oldest municipalities and was first mentioned in 1094 in a deed of gift. The Breitenwang Parish Church of St. and St Paul is one of the loveliest Baroque churches of the district.
Ehenbichl is a picturesque village extending along the road at the foot of the 'Schlossberg' hill topped by the Ehrenberg castle ruins. It is the ideal place to spend quiet, relaxing but also exciting holidays with the whole family.
The town lies on the left bank of the River Lech and has about 2,000 inhabitants. It is quiet and yet not far from the centre of Reutte. It has one of the most beautifully houses decorated with frescos in the region, the so-called 'Franzelinhaus'.
6 kilometres north-west of the regional capital Reutte and on the left bank of the River Lech lies the village of Musau. It has 330 inhabitants. Many of the customs here are very old, for example the 'Scheibenschlagen' ('beating the burning wooden discs') and 'Hexverbrennen' ('burning of the witch') are still with us today.