Towns in Val Venosta

Resia Pass

Resia Pass with its villages of Resia/Reschen, Curon/Graun and San Valentino/St. Valentin are located along the old Roman imperial road, the Via Claudia Augusta, on the border between Italy, Austria and Switzerland. The unique location between different cultures has characterized the people and their country. The centre of the region is the drowned Romanesque tower that stands out from Resia Lake.
The big spectacular lake in the Resia Pass holiday area attires enthusiasts of uncommon sports like kite surfers in summer and snow kite surfers in winter and all those who like to spend their holidays by the water. The side valleys Vallelunga/Langtaufers and Roja/Rojen have hardly been exploited for touristic purposes and remain quiet resorts for holidaymakers in search of peace and untouched nature. In winter snow is guaranteed at elevations beyond 1,400m.

If you are visiting the Val Venosta to participate or watch La Venosta, Resia Pass with its towns is the region where you should try to find accommodation as it is closest to start and finish area and the big parking space from which shuttle buses will go to start and finish area. 

Further regions in Val Venosta

If you can’t find any accommodation in the region Resia Pass anymore, check for Upper Venosta Valley.

Further regions in Val Venosta:
• Prato allo Stelvio
• Ortler Stelvio National Park
• Silandro and Lasa
• Laces-Val Martello
• Castelbello-Ciardes