Allerheiligen bei Wildon is a rural community with around 1,450 inhabitants and an area of 20 km². The village of Allerheiligen is a scattered settlement due to the hilly structure. The townscape is dominated by the Herbersdorf Castle, whose owner was also the Tyrolean freedom fighter Major Martin von Teimer, and the parish church, newly renovated in 2016, with its 42-metre tall tower. The Josef Krainer memorial also attracts many people to the village.
There is a lively social life in Allerheiligen where sports, culture and customs have great importance, which is also shown by the different events and offers. The restaurants and wine taverns have plenty of culinary offers. Allerheiligen is a place to relax, wander, unwind and strengthen your body and your soul.