San Valentino alla Muta

San Valentino alla Muta is located at the northern end of Lago di S. Valentino, the kid brother of Lake Resia

Inhabited by some 850 people, S. Valentino is the southernmost village of the municipality of Curon in the upper Val Venosta, located at 1,470 m asl. The village is located in the surroundings of the historic breadbasket of Tyrol, the so-called “Malser Haide”.

By the way, close to the centre, there is the parish church of the hospice “St. Voltn”, which was founded in 1140. What is also worth seeing are the alleys of Dörfl-Munteplair, a quarter of S. Valentino that has already been inhabited in the Roman era. The real highlight, however, is the Lago di S. Valentino alla Muta, considered a paradise for those who love fishing. At its lakeside, there is a Nordic Walking trial and there are also promenades.

If you would like to go to Malga San Valentino Alpine pasture, take the funicular and enjoy the great view. In winter, the Malga San Valentino is a skiing area, its ski pass is also valid in the nearby Belpiano skiing area at Resia.

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