About the faeces at the first picture
Lack of smell doesn't say everything. In dry weahter at higher temperatures or very wet conditions, faeces older then 3 weeks often don't smell anymore. Even fox, that normally cannot be mistaken for something else. Scale and what is in it then proves more. Unfortunately you cannot tell the size by looking at this picture. I thought I can see some kind of seeds in it. That proves it isn't a wolf; you will not find wolf-faeces with seeds in them. Foxes eat allmost everything, so that still is a good candidate. I'm not sure about other possible carnivores in the region. Is it possible there are feral-dogs in that area? Faeces from these animals are often similar looking to those of wolves, but smell horrible.
Can't tell much about the visible hairs in the faeces; I can tell what it's not; wild boar, red/roe deer, sheep, rabbit. Leaves; goat, pig, cow even badger, but this doesn't mean much.
Maybe, someone else has more experience on this kinds of detective-work...