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Holidays in Venosta valley

A delight for lovers of activities, culture and relaxation!

The Val Venosta valley is rich of culture and entertainment at the same time. The centuries-old irrigation channel paths, the panoramic hiking tracks in the Stelvio Natural Park and the many mountainbike trails lead you through the ancient Val Venosta valley.

Bikingparadies Venosta Valley
If you like cycling you can explore the Val Venosta valley on the cycle lane next to the ancient Via Claudia Augusta, an old street build by the Romans. On this street of 80 km, which leads you from Malles to Merano, you see several historical buildings, castles, ruins and catholic churches.

Culture vacations in South Tyrol
The lovers of culture will be fascinated by the town of Glorenza, the smallest town of South Tyrol. The Seven Towers in Malles, the Castel Coira by Sluderno and the impressive monastery of Marienberg next to Burgusio are all a true must-see.

Nature and hiking lovers can explore the many tours and tracks for every level of difficulty. Whether you prefer calm excursions next to the irrigation channel paths, challenging climbs on top of the highest mountains or a ski touring adventure: The sunny Val Venosta valley in the West of South Tyrol is a paradise for active holidays, both in summer and in winter. 

Winter holidays for skier and touring freaks around the Passo di Resia
And those who want to spend their winter holidays in Val Venosta have chosen the right destination: Six family-friendly skiing areas offer winter fun from November until March/April!