Curon Venosta

Curon in the tri-border region Italy-Austria-Switzerland comprises the Lago di Resia, Lago di S. Valentino and the Vallelunga valley.

The steeple that soars from the waters of the Lago di Resia is considered the symbol of the upper Val Venosta. However, the municipality of Curon has got much more to offer than Lake Resia and Lago di S. Valentino farther south.

In summer this area is particularly popular with those who love cycling as the Via Claudia Augusta is one of the most frequented cycle tracks of Europe, stretching down towards Merano. If you love mountaineering, we recommend you the Vallelunga and the Val Roja, where hiking trails and Alpine routes stretch up the three-thousanderes at the border to Switzerland. This is also where the famous Palla Bianca glacier is located.

Also in winter Curon in Alta Val Venosta is worth a visit. With Belpiano and Malga S. Valentino, the municipality offers two skiing areas and is in part also connected to Nauders farther north. Not yet satisfied? Ice sailing, snow kiting, ice surfing at Lago Resia and a horse-drawn sleigh ride across the fariytale winter landscape make your holidays in Alta Val Venosta a special experience.

  1. Curon village

    Curon village

    The church steeple of Lago di Resia, round which the ancient centre of Curon was…
  2. Vallelunga

    Vallelunga

    Nature in its purest state, this is what the solitary Vallelunga with its steep…
  3. Resia

    Resia

    The village of Resia is located about 1 km from Passo Resia, at the northern border…
  4. San Valentino alla Muta

    San Valentino alla Muta

    San Valentino alla Muta is located at the northern end of Lago di S. Valentino, the…

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  1. b&b apartments Monika
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    b&b apartments Monika

  2. Alpenhotels Panorama
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    Alpenhotels Panorama

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