The small but mighty village of Tablà, once an independent municipality, is located in the countryside and boasts a beautiful church.
Tablà is located at 650 m asl, in the heart of the lushly green countryside. The village at the valley entrance of the Schleidertal valley extends on a fertile alluvial fan at the foot of the Monte Tramontana and is surrounded by vineyards and orchards. Once upon a time Tablà and the hamlet “Neunerhöfe” were a separate municipality. In 1928 these villages, together with Stava, were affiliated to the municipality of Naturno, but it retained its own parish.
The village has some 280 inhabitants and its centre is the S. Nicolò church boasting Romanesque foundations. Converted to the Gothic style in 1493, barrel vaults and segmental-arched windows were added in the Baroque age. After a devastating fire in 1899 it was rebuilt, still today it boasts a fantastic late-Gothic altar that is considered to be a piece of art by the master Hans Schnatterpeck.
Popular hiking destinations are the ancient farms in the surroundings of Tablà as well as the Malga di Tablà pasture, which can be reached on the path n° 4.