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Holiday Areas in Venosta Valley

The Val Venosta valley systems boast two striking landmarks: “King” Ortles/Ortler, at 3,905 metres (12,812 ft) altitude, the highest mountain in South Tyrol and indeed of the entire Eastern Alps, and the church steeple protruding from the surface of Resia Lake. Orchards fill the broad floor of the central valley with vineyards occupying the south-facing mountainside, while at medium altitude apricots, strawberries and, even higher, vegetables are cultivated.

Centuries-old trails along old irrigation channels, Alpine and mountain bike trails wind across the diverse cultivated landscape, dotted with small Romanesque churches, medieval castles and monasteries. The “Vinschger”, as the valley inhabitants are called, are highly regarded for their creativity and imagination. It is no coincidence that most of South Tyrol’s artists and architects come from the western half of the region.
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The Venosta Valley SkiCard is valid for all ski resorts in the Venosta Valley and provides access to five ski areas, 39 lift facilities and 133 km of slopes.
 
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Venosta Valley represents South Tyrol's natural diversity. From the picturesque depths of the long valley rises the unique Alpine landscape.
 
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The village of Lasa/Laas is famous for its marble quarry, which attracts artists and students from many countries, and on the other hand for its organic produce, such as fruit and vegetables and above all juicy apricots
 
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A characteristic feature of the South Tyrolean valleys is the growing of fruit and the making of wine. The moderate climate of the valleys offers ideal growing conditions.
Welcome to the Venosta Valley cultural region
Hike along ancient irrigation channels, partake of winter sports on glacial areas beneath impressive Alpine peaks or ride your bike along the Roman trade route Via Claudia Augusta. Relax in small villages and peaceful valleys with amiable hosts. Discover numerous cultural sites and the unique culinary delights of Venosta Valley.