Traditional farmer's markets, weekly and annual markets have been held without interruption for many centuries in the Venosta Valley. Natural groceries and traditional specialties – these are the products you will find in South Tyrolean markets. From old-style marmalade and organic bread, traditional smoked ham, sausages, pasture cheese and herbal teas to fresh asparagus or organic farm-grown eggs.

The large-scale, traditional markets and fairs have, since the time of Claudia de Medici, taken place on recurring days of the year, and also represent social events for the entire valley. Among these are the Georgi Market in Malles/Mals, which is the most famous plant and flower market, the Spring Market in Sluderno/Schluderns, the St. Veit Market in Juni in Tarces/Tartsch, the Rosenkranz Market in Sluderno/Schluderns, the annual market in Tubre i. V. M./Taufers i. M., the Golli Market in October in Malles/Mals, the "Laatscher Markt" in October in Laudes/Laatsch an the Katharina Market in Sluderno/Schluderns.

There are also in summer theme markets in Glorenza/Glurns, where regional products, arts and crafts are on sale. One of the most popular in the picturesque medieval town of Glorenza, is the All Saints Market, which takes place every year at the beginning of November, and the Advent market in December.