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Castelbello-Ciardes in lower Venosta Valley

The region of cultural and culinary pleasure in Venosta Valley and South Tyrol

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Via Vinum Venostis
The Val Venosta wine route

Castelbello-Ciardes

In the Venosta Valley Culture Region

The Castelbello Castle and the Juval Castles dominate the landscape in the lower part of the Venosta Valley. The one is a cultural venue, gallery and landmark, the other the summer residence of the great mountaineer Reinhold Messner and also accommodates part of his Messner Mountain Museum. The soils on the sunny side of the Venosta Valley between Castelbello/Kastelbell and Ciardes/Tschars are made up of sand and clay and yield delicate, aromatic white wines, while the views along the irrigation channel paths range from the incredibly high summits in the west of South Tyrol to the Dolomites.
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Venosta Valley and its Holiday Villages
Castelbello-Ciardes
Castelbello-Ciardes
As well as a wide range of natural, artistic, and historical attractions, the holiday region of Castelbello/Kastelbell-Ciardes/Tschars offers visitors the opportunity to sample many culinary specialties of the regional cuisine.
Castelbello-Ciardes
Resia Pass
Resia Pass
The Resia Pass holiday area is a paradise for nature lovers and active vacationers. The tower emerging from the waters of the Resia Lake is the crowning jewel of the triple border area, which is also home to the San Valentino Lake.
Resia Pass
Upper Venosta Valley
Upper Venosta Valley
The medieval town of Glorenza/Glurns at the foot of the mystic Tartscher Bühel hill, the Romanesque towers of Malles/Mals, the Churburg Castle in Sluderno/Schluderns, and the Marienberg Abbey above Burgusio/Burgeis are some of the main cultural attractions of the Upper Venosta Valleyarea. The Watles hiking and skiing area with its family-friendly lake provides the perfect backdrop for a leisurely outdoor experience.
Upper Venosta Valley
Prato allo Stelvio
Prato allo Stelvio
The village of Prato allo Stelvio/Prad am Stilfserjoch is located within the Stelvio National Park. A popular camping site for families, it is also the starting point for a variety of hiking routes, MTB trails, and high Alpine ski tours.
Prato allo Stelvio
Ortler Stelvio National Park
Ortler Stelvio National Park
The resorts around the Ortler glacier are set in in the stunning landscape of the Stelvio National Park. The sports and hiking area of Solda/Sulden, at 1,900 m, and the Stelvio Pass, one of the highest pass roads in the Alps, are internationally renowned.
Ortler Stelvio National Park
Silandro-Lasa
Silandro and Lasa
Silandro/Schlanders, the beating heart of the Venosta Valley, invites visitors to stroll, shop, eat and enjoy. Lasa/Laas, the picturesque “marble village”, stands out for its interesting architecture, quarries of pure marble, and fruit orchards.
Silandro and Lasa
Laces-Val Martello
Laces-Val Martello
Set in the heart of the Venosta Valley, the area of Laces/Latsch enjoys the same mild climate as the Etschtal Valley – an added benefit for mountaineers and cyclists looking to explore the high Alpine routes of the Stelvio National Park or challenging single trails.
Laces-Val Martello
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visit.kastelbell_tschars 2 months ago fluid-image

Wusstet ihr schon dass....?
Nach langem Bittstellen an den damaligen König Maximilian konnte im Jahr 1504 mit dem Bau des Tscharser Waalweges begonnen werden. Als der Waalweg schließlich fertig gebaut war,mussten sich alle Waalinteressenten auf eine gemeinsame Ordnung einigen. Es wurde festgelegt an welchen Zeiten,der jeweilige Bauer das Wasser vom Waal ableiten darf um es zur Bewässerung seiner Felder nutzen zu können.
Diese Regelung gilt heute noch.
An Pfingsten,Ostern,alle Frauen-,Sonn-und Aposteltage durfte nicht bewässert werden.
Wasserdiebe verloren ihr Wasserrecht für das ganze Jhr.
Einige Jahre später einigte man sich darauf dass der Waalweg weiter bis Galsaun und Kastelbell erweitert wird.

#alleswaswirlieben #waalwege #kastelbelltschars
-----------------‐------------------------------------------------ Sapete già che dopo una richiesta al re Maximilian,la costruzione del sentiero delle rogge iniziò nel 1504.
Alla fine tutta l gente che era interessata dovettero concordare un ordine. Fu determinato a che ora i rispettivi agricoltori potevano dirigere l'acqua nei loro campi.
I giorni proibiti erano Pasqua,Pentecoste,tutte le domeniche e i giorni di apostolo.
I ladri d'acqua hanno perso i loro diritti sull'acqua per tutto l'anno
#quellocheamo #sentierodellerogge #castelbellociardes

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visit.kastelbell_tschars 3 months ago fluid-image

Wusstet ihr schon warum die Gemeinde Kastelbell-Tschars einen Mühlstein im Wappen hat? Nein?? Also dazu gibt es folgende Geschichte
Das Mühlrad war auch das Familienwappen der Grafen Hendl, die bis zur Mitte des 20.Jahrhunderts Eigentümer von Schloss Kastelbell waren.
Das Wappen stammt aus den 14.Jahrhundert, als Sigmund Hendl dem auf der Flucht befindlichen Herzog Friedrich mit der leeren Tasche in einer der zahlreichen Mühlen Zuflucht gewährte.
Zum Dank wurde ihm das Wappen verliehen, ein rotes Mühlrad auf silbernem Grund. Die acht Zacken sollen die Fraktionen der Gemeinde darstellen. Auch heute noch sind einige Mühlen erhalten
#alleswaswirlieben #mühlen #kastelbelltschars

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visit.kastelbell_tschars 3 months ago fluid-image

Ein paar Eindrücke vom Tscharser Sonnenberg mit Blick auf das Dorf Tschars, dem Tomberg,Freiberg und der Fraktion Latschinig
Qualche foto panoramiche del paese Ciardes, del Monte Tramontana, del Montefranco e Lacinigo.
#alleswaswirlieben #quellocheamo #kastelbelltschars

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South Tyrol - Castelbello Ciardes in Venosta Valley
Castelbello - Ciardes with Juval Castle, Reinhold Messner's summer residence, is situated between Resia Pass and Merano.
Our Holiday area in Lower Val Venosta offers a variety of culinary pleasures as well as fine wines and precious distillates.
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