The Resia Pass holiday area on the border with Austria and Switzerland is a natural paradise for those who love the outdoors, for sports fans, those interested in culture and food lovers eager to discover new local specialties.
The partly submerged old Curon
tower in Lake Resia is unique and is considered the symbol of the Venosta Valley symbolizing the disaster suffered by the people of this region. Just above the village of Resia
lies the source of the Adige River, the second longest in Italy. The third village located on the Resia Pass high plateau is St. Valentino alla Muta
, situated on the idyllic Lake St. Valentino. From the village of Curon one arrives at the Vallelunga, a side valley in the Alpine high plain containing numerous small settlements and scattered farmsteads. The Vallelunga
is very much loved by sports practitioners.