Lasa in Venosta Valley is internationally known for its pure marble
, but also among connoisseurs for its apricots
and especially for its sauerkraut
. The area around Lasa is a cold pole at the foot of the Ortles massif, and is ideal for the cultivation of cabbage, which is then processed into the exquisite traditional sauerkraut. During the Törggelen season in October Lasa celebrates its Cabbage Weeks
Lasa Cabbage Weeks
With its traditional market in October
, and many food stands, the Lasa Cabbage Weeks
enjoy great popularity among foodies. Even the local hotel and restaurant establishments and retail shops contribute to the Cabbage Weeks and surprise guests with special sauerkraut dishes, Törggelen evenings and plentiful autumn attractions.