in Schlanders, the principal town of Vinschgau with the idyllic pedestrian zone, and in Laas, the marble village in South Tyrol with the singular “white gold”.
Experience, comfortably turn in and enjoy – this is our slogan for your most beautiful time of the year.
Discover our fascinating holiday paradise: by foot on the new Vinschgau High Mountain Trail or on the new marble-sloped railway track way in the National Park Stilfserjoch, by bike along the “Via Claudia Augusta” or by mountainbike to Europe's highest marble quarry, by carriage drive through the fruit-gardens or you dip into history by the culture-trip – and in addition events for everybody.
Our active-suggestion: the new adventure park Laas.
The Schlanders market community rises halfway between the Reschen pass and the spa town of Meran. The municipal district comprises the idyllic locations of Schlanders, Kortsch, Göflan, Vetzan, Nördersberg and Sonnenberg.
Schlanders lies snuggled amidst the Vinschgau’s most beautiful orchards, with delicate pink springtime blooms transforming the area into a fairytale wonderland.
The 97 meter high steeple tower belonging to the “Maria Himmelfahrt” Parish Church of the Assumption of Our Lady is the Schlanders town landmark and the highest church steeple in the whole of Tyrol.
The pedestrian zone offers all sorts of cafes and restaurants that give you good cause for a pause, whereas the wide range of specialty shops nearby have ideally all that it takes for an exciting shopping spree.
A top-notch equipped sporting facility caters to all sporting activity requirements with an outdoor swimming pool, sports fields, tennis courts, a mini-golf course, a beach volleyball pitch, a maxi sized gymnasium and lots more!
Sightseeing in Schlanders-Laas
Schlanders and Laas are a veritable treasure trove in as far as sightseeing landmarks go.
No matter whether they involve art, culture, shopping sprees or marble quarries – you can be sure to always find something that is particularly fascinating!
Spring - a sea of blossoms!
Spring in the central Vinschgau is really something you can’t miss out on: a marvellously blooming wonderland – a dreamland season of apple trees and orchards abloom, a white-pink fairytale valley-landscape made up of millions of apple blossoms, framed by the surrounding snow-covered mountain peaks.
Imagine basking in warm sunlight, amidst the freshest of spring fragrances and the alluring temptation of some regenerating hiking, biking or Nordic walking excursions or just simply … some unwinding relaxation!
The Vinschgau Valley stretches from the Reschen Pass to Kastelbell/Tschars. The whole valley covers an area of 1.441 square kilometres and it bounders with Switzerland and Austria. The Vinschgau Valley has about 800 hotels and inns offering accommodations ranging from plain rooms in farmsteads to rooms in 4-star luxury hotels.
Winter in the Vinschgau valley
A natural paradise waiting to be discovered. A boundless valley stretching from 400 to 4000 m above sea level. A marvellous landscape with cypress trees and Swiss stone pines, vast expanses covered with vineyards and blossoming orchards, the steppe-like slopes of Mount Sonnenberg, green woods, valleys blanketed in snow and landscapes of matchless beauty. A valley rich in fascinating contrasts. Marvellous summer days: fresh, clean air, crystal-clear lakes and plenty of sun! A corner of paradise where you can feel yourself at ease offering a wide array of opportunities to spend an unforgettable vacation.
Italy, the country of art and history
Italy is a synonym for culture, art and history. Artistic wonders can be found everywhere, and every corner of the country holds countless and wonderful.
Italy, the country of lakes
Italy has over a thousand of lakes, renowned for their incomparable beauty and characterized by peculiar features. Lakes Garda, Maggiore, and Como are now recognized throughout the world and have become ideal destinations for spending some time in the sun and in close contact with nature.
The “Riviera” country
Italy is the ideal destination for a seaside vacation, it boasts around 8,000 km of coastline.
Italy, the country of peaks
From the Dolomites Alps of Trentino-Alto Adige to the Alps of Piedmont, Aosta Valley and Lombardy, from the Alps of Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia to the Apennines of Emilia Romagna and Toscana.