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Holiday in Val Venosta/Vinschgau – pure diversity

A holiday in Val Venosta/Vinschgau in South Tyrol is something special. This broad valley, which stretches from Passo di Resia/Reschenpass on the Austrian-Italian border to Tel/Töll just before Merano/Meran is perfect for a varied break. Thanks to its east-west direction, the contrasting valley slopes provide a welcoming variety to your holiday in Val Venosta/Vinschgau. In Monte Tramontana/Nördersberg, a lush green vegetation dominates due to the mild and humid climate, while on the sparse slopes of the arid and sun-drenched Monte Sole/Sonnenberg, a Mediterranean scenery awaits you on your holiday in Val Venosta/Vinschgau. Our hotel in Ciardes/Tschars, your cosy home from home, nestles amid this interplay between nature and culture.

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Adventurous active holiday in Val Venosta/Vinschgau

If you like active holidays in Val Venosta/Vinschgau, you can get the most with us. A large variety of trails for hikers and cyclists and opportunities to go fly fishing and climbing ensures no time for boredom.

Holiday in Val Venosta/Vinschgau - South Tyrol for gourmets

The cultivated landscape of blossoming orchards, picturesque vineyards, and shady woods around our wellness hotel in Val Venosta/Vinschgau is enchanting. Having pleasure on your holiday here is of utmost importance. Products that are treasured far beyond the borders of Val Venosta/Vinschgau are cultivated here: apples, pears, apricots, and strawberries, but also asparagus and potatoes. You can taste such delights in our down-to-earth and authentic cuisine in the form of apricot dumplings or our traditional ‘Vinschger Schneemilch’. Let us spoil you with culinary delights on your holiday in Val Venosta/Vinschgau.

Vinschgau is a valley of contrasts. That’s what I appreciate about my homeland and would like to bring closer to my guests.

Hans Rungg, host, chef, and fly fisherman

Highlights for culture lovers on holiday in Val Venosta/Vinschgau

Around the picturesque village of Castelbello/Kastelbell, there are worthwhile sights like the Messner Mountain, the Juval Museum, and the Castelbello/Kastelbell Castle. Further away from our panoramic hotel in South Tyrol, there are buildings from the past. A trip to the medieval town of Glorenza/Glurns is definitely worth a visit, and in Sluderno/Schluderns you can find Castel Coira/Churburg, a Renaissance castle with Europe’s biggest private collection of armouries.
One further curiosity for all holidaymakers in Val Venosta/Vinschgau is the church tower in Lago die Resia/Reschensee which has been poking out of the lake since 1950 when the old town of Curon/ Graun was flooded to make way for a reservoir.