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    Experience South Tyrol - it's unforgettable!

    Don't miss the diverse range of experiences of South Tyrol! Enjoy sporting activities, discover the rich culture and visit diverse events in Alpine and Mediterranean locations. Whether young or old, everyone will find something suitable. To help you decide, we present our suggestions for an unforgettable holiday in South Tyrol. Experience the diversity!

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    Churches & Monasteries
    Little Church of St. Martin, Lasa
    Schlanders/Silandro, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The little Church of St. Martin lies above Lasa on a small morainic hill. The church was documented for the first time in 1323 although its origin most probably precedes that date. The discovery of clay shards and glass dating from the Roman period, in addition to bronze sheets and other prehistoric remnants, would suggest that this once was an ancient settlement and place of worship.

    Climbing
    Climbing "Nesselwand"
    Schlanders/Silandro, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The climbing area in Lasa valley.

    - 65 routes
    - Altitude: 1.800 m
    - Walking time: approx. 1 h
    - Rock: marble
    - Difficulty: 4 - 8a

    Access: Lasa Valley
    From the village, take the trail no. 5, or take the car up to the Bremsberg and from here just below the trail no. 5A - no. 5 into the Lasa valley, continue on a forest road to a right turn. By a wire rope, which leads over the brook, one can look for a place to cross the brook. To the right, follow a path leading up to a forest slab from the wire rope.


    Detailed Info: Sportclimbing Guides 1 Passeier Vinschgau

    Car charging Station Mals / Malles train station
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    There are a total of 3 charging points with CCS Type 2, CHAdeMO and IEC Type 2 sockets in the charging station. The maximum charging power at this location is 22.0 kW. However, the actual charging power also depends on your e-vehicle and charging cable.

    Parking during the charging period is free of charge.
    Hiking guides
    Marmorplus
    Laas/Lasa, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The cooperative Marmorplus offers guided tours and hikes around the Lasa marble and the Covelano marble.

    Forts & Castles
    Castle Sprechenstein / Pietra
    Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    Castle Sprechenstein / Pietra is a castle located in the municipality of Campo di Trens in Sout Tyrol. The castle is located in a higher position than Reifenstein Castle to the southeast of Sterzing; it belonged to the Trautson family and is made up of a lower fortress and an upper keep and palace. It has been restored a number of times. A document dating 1241 speaks of the re-built castle. In 1775 the castle was inherited by the Auersperg family. During the Second World War it was seriously damaged by bombing, but thanks to the owners and the superintendence for the historical and artistic heritage of Trento, it was later restored meticulously.

    The castle can be visited only from outside.

    Climbing
    Climbing in Alliz
    Laas/Lasa, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The climbing area on Monte Sole mountain of Lasa

    - 23 routes
    - Altitude: 1080 m
    - Walking time: approx. 4 min.
    - Rock: gneiss
    - Difficulty level: 4 - 6c+

    Access: turn left at the bridge to the entrance to Alliz

    Churches & Monasteries
    St. Ägidius' Church, Corzes/Kortsch
    Schlanders/Silandro, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    If you let your gaze wander over the barren slopes of the Sonnenberg mountain range in the Vinschgau valley in summertime, the white-chalk St. Ägidius' church above Silandro/Schlanders will stand out. Embedded in the stone terraces of the Corzes/Kortsch steppe belt, the small Romanesque church resembles a Mediterranean rock church.

    With its octagonal spire and the oversized Christophorus fresco on the south facade , St. Ägidius is also a landmark of the valley. The massive tower with a octagon roof was not built until the 14th century, when the Romanesque church was expanded. The Christophorus fresco, on the other hand, dates from around 1330. Inside there are also wall paintings from the 13th and 15th centuries, when the church above the Kortscher Leiten meadows was much used.

    As a result of the strategically favourable environs featuring a view over the valley, people settled here in ancient times. Specifically, the remains of a prehistoric settlement, known locally as the “Schatzknott," were uncovered nearby.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Church of St. Martin, Covelano/Göflan
    Schlanders/Silandro, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The Church of St. Martin was, during the High Medieval period, the main church in the Central Venosta Valley. Legend has it that its area of jurisdiction extended from Prato allo Stelvio/Prad am Stilfserjoch past Ciardes/Tschars all the way to Vent, in the Ötztal Alps. In 1212, the church was handed over to the Teutonic Order. Of particular interest are a 15th Century polyptych, the baroque main altar and a swivelling eighteenth-century tabernacle.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Church of St. Nicolas, Lasa
    Laas/Lasa, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The Church of St. Nicholas is a late gothic construction presumably dating from around 1500. In 1786 the church was secularised, in line with the reforms instituted by Emperor Joseph II and there are no remaining traces of its original function. In 1984 the church was restored and today it is used to house exhibitions.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Church of St. John the Baptist, Corzes/Kortsch
    Schlanders/Silandro, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The church is dedicated to St. John the Baptist although it isn't possible to determine the year in which it was built with any degree of certainty. The 16th Century gothic polyptych, together with the 'versus populum' marble altar by the sculptor Karl Grasser, the magnificent window by Robert Scherer and the wooden figure of the Pietá are all of particular interest.

    Worship Sat 7.30 pm, Sun 9.45 am in German language

    Churches & Monasteries
    St. Marx' Church, Lasa/Laas
    Laas/Lasa, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Erected in the 12th century, St. Mark’s Church – known colloquially as “St. Marx” – is located close to the parish church of Lasa and is considered one of the most beautiful Romanesque structures in South Tyrol despite lacking a bell tower.

    The walls of this desecrated church consist of large stones hewn into even layers. St. Marx catches the eye on account of its exceptional height for the time at which it was built and its division into two storeys. The crypt was used for a number of centuries as a depot for storing bones, while fragments of frescoes have been revealed around the apse in the interior.

    In the course of the Josephine church reform, St. Marx was desecrated and ultimately used for entirely different purposes. Following an extended period in which the church housed a workshop for the renowned Lasa stonemasonry school, the upper storey subsequently served as a rehearsal venue for the local brass band.

    The church underwent a thorough restoration in 2000, which led to the discovery of long-forgotten fragments of valuable Gothic frescoes from around the year 1400.

    Opening times:
    closed, to be visit from the outside

    Guided tours:
    no guided tours

    Forts & Castles
    Tschenglsburg Castle
    Laas/Lasa, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Tschenglsburg Castle, also known as Fuchsburg, remains a unitary building complex despite its different construction periods. At its entrance, there is the great entrance portal dating from the year 1000, with a keystone in the white marble arch engraved with the family coat of arms. The castle was privatized in 1860 and is today a popular cultural tavern.

    Sports and leisure
    Kneipp Silandro/Schlanders
    Schlanders/Silandro, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Water tread system in the sports and leisure center Silandro/Schlanders for Kneipp use with mountain panorama and small pond.

    Climbing
    Climbing "Priel"
    Schlanders/Silandro, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The climbing garden above the sports area Silandro/Schlanders

    - 36 routes
    - Altitude: 770 m
    - Walking time: approx. 10-35 min.
    - Rock: gneiss
    - Difficulty level: 5a - 8a

    Access: Sportzone Silandro
    Follow the road in the valley, turn left on a forest road and a few hundred meters after the fishpond turn left to the electricity plant - or the hiking trail no. 7 towards Schlandersburg castle - or follow the hiking trail 14 above the sports zone.
    The climbing "Priel" is maintained by AVS Schlanders.

    Detailed Info: Sportclimbing Guides 1 Passeier Vinschgau

    Churches & Monasteries
    Church S. Nicolas, Vezzano/Vetzan
    Schlanders/Silandro, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The Church of St. Nicholas was recorded for the first time in 1432. In 1840 a landslide seriously damaged the entire town and the church, which was rebuilt ten years later. Since St. Nicholas is the patron saint of travellers, one can assume that the old Venosta road was already used by the ancient Romans to reach Vezzano/Vezzan. The church is open all year. Worship Sun 8.30 am in German

    Charging Station Brennerstrasse/Via Brennero
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    New electric charging station directly by the parking area nord from Brixen / Bressanone. Prepaid cards for 40 kWh or 80 kWh are on sale at the tourist office in Bressanone in Viale Ratisbona 9 or directly at the Acquarena in via Mercato Vecchio 28.

    Sports and leisure
    Tennis in Silandro/Schlanders
    Schlanders/Silandro, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Tennis opportunity to play all year round in Silandro:

    in summer 3 sand tennis courts, at night with lighting (Info and booking at Freizeitbar Tel. +39 0473 621322) /
    in winter 1 sand tennis court in the illuminated tennis balloon (Info and booking at Amateur-Tennis & Freizeitclub Schlanders Tel. +39 340 4208872).

    Lakes, cascades
    Waterfall Silandro/Schlanders
    Martell/Martello, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    The small waterfall is like a green oasis at Monte Sole mountain in Silandro/Schlanders, below Schlandersberg Castle.
    Churches & Monasteries
    Church of St. Ottilia, Cengles
    Laas/Lasa, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The Church of St. Ottilia was built in 1681 at the behest of Casper Perlinger. The Madonna and Baby Jesus can be seen on the large votive table together with Perlinger and his entire family. The church is of simple construction with an octagonal-shaped choir enclosure and barrel vault.

    Car charging Station Taufers/ Tubre
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    There are a total of 3 charging points with CCS Type 2, CHAdeMO and IEC Type 2 sockets in the charging station. The maximum charging power at this location is 22.0 kW. However, the actual charging power also depends on your e-vehicle and charging cable.

    Parking during the charging period is free of charge.
    Churches & Monasteries
    Church of St. Valpurga, Covelano/Göflan
    Schlanders/Silandro, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The Church of St. Valpurga is already recorded in 1233 as the Basilica in Gevelano and was rebuilt in late gothic style in 1502. It is the only sacral late gothic edifice in the whole of the Venosta Valley and today it serves as a funeral chapel. Opening times: during the church service, sun 8.15 am

    Bathing Lakes & Outdoor Pools
    Open-air Swimming pool Lasa
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The outdoor swimming pool in Lasa offers families plenty of room to romp and swim, the spacious lawns invite you to relax, and the pool bar provides guests with refreshing beverages.

    Churches & Monasteries
    St. Sisinius' Church, Lasa/Laas
    Laas/Lasa, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The Romanesque St. Sisinius' Church is situated on a plateau above Lasa/Laas, the village of marble in South Tyrol. Its rare choir tower church was built on the ruins of a former building. Skeleton and clay fragments from the Bronze Age even prove the existence of a cult worship place. The hill’s many years of settlement are probably due to its location. Even today, visitors enjoy the wonderful view of the surrounding mountains that extend to the Laaser Ferner glacier.

    The church itself was first mentioned in 1290 and is dedicated to the martyr Sisinius, who lived in the Nonsberg area of South Tyrol. Surrounded by a high asylum wall in a Romanesque herringbone pattern, the eastern wall has a Gothic pointed arch gate devoid of a gate wing. The choir is located in the tower, which is covered by a stone tower pyramid. The nave, on the other hand, has two round arched windows, a protruding triumphal arch and a portal made of pure Lasa marble.

    The church has no sacral furniture and is closed. Once a year only, just before Easter, it is decorated as an Easter grave for devotion.

    On Good Friday and Holy Saturday the Easter tomb is on display in the church.

    Refill points for drinking water
    Respect the mountains - Fountain de Ciamplorët La Val
    La Val, Dolomites Region Alta Badia
    The fountain is located along the path in Ciamplorët.

    The project "Respect the mountains" aims to raise awareness of environmentally friendly conduct among visitors, locals and tourism professionals in the Dolomites, UNESCO World Heritage. It seeks to encourage everyone to act respectfully and responsibly in the mountains as well as in everyday life. Its key topics are potable water and waste prevention.

    South Tyrolean tap water is potable and of a high quality. But water, including our drinking water, is a rare and precious commodity.
    The project "Respect the mountains" teaches tourism professionals, locals and guests about the high quality of our potable tap water and how to use it carefully and respectfully.
    Marked refill spots are available in the villages and on the walking trails for visitors and locals to refill their own water bottles.
    Churches & Monasteries
    Church of St. Peter, Tanas
    Laas/Lasa, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The little church of St. Peter was built in 1396 but was destroyed during the flood of the Tanas river. A new church was built around 1500, the ruins of which can be seen just below St. Peter's Church. St. Peter's church, which is still standing today, was built in 1769 in baroque style and consecrated in 1782. The four-station Meditation Trail leads from Tanas to this little church.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Church St. Valentin at Schlaneid
    Mölten/Meltina, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    The St. Valentine chapel in the Fraction Schlaneid was built upon request by the population in 1769 in a simple Baroque style. The ruins of the old Valentines church (exposed in 1990) are in the forest “Valteswald”  below the village. The altarpiece with the Bishop Valentin was made by Franz Unterberger from Cavalese. The Stations of the Cross were made in 1770 by Josef Sparer.

    Parking areas
    Central parking
    The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    Large free parking lot with electric recharging spot in the village center

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