The annual markets, such as the Pracupola and the San Michele Market, have their established place in the course of the year.
Image gallery: Traditional Markets
There are several huge markets in South Tyrol, which take place every year again. One of these is the Pracupola Market in the Val d'Ultimo valley on September 22nd. A rich variety of products are offered on this market, as sheep products, clothing and much more. Another attraction is the sheepshearing. For the population of the valley this day is a real festive day!
One month later, from 26th to 28th October, there is the Stegona Market in the Val Pusteria valley. The Stegona Market is the biggest market in Tyrol and offers this, that and the other... On this market you can nearly buy anything you want: clothes, fresh fruit and vegetable, cattle, tractors and much more. There is also a fun park as well as a huge tend where you can celebrate!
Only a few days later there is the annual market in Glorenza, the smallest alpine town in Europe. This market is called "Sealamorkt", literally Market of the Souls, taking place November 2nd.
- St. Joseph Market in Salorno on March 19
- St. Marcus Market in Ora on April 25
- Prato allo Stelvio Market on September 21
- St. Michael Market in Martello on September 28
- "Golli" Market in Malles on October 16
- Stegona Market at the end of October (the biggest market of Tyrol)
- "Seala" Market in Glorenza on November 2
- St. Martin Market in Cornaiano Appiano on November 11