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Holiday areas / Vinschgau  / Schluderns

Schluderns in the Venosta Valley - South Tyrol

Sluderno is a spa town in the Upper Venosta Valley.
Sluderno is a small and enchanting village with Mediterranean influences protected from the wind by the surrounding mountains. Even fruit and wine are grown in this area. The village is characterised by old residential buildings and the warm hospitality of the locals.

Sluderno and surroundings provide a hiking paradise with enchanting paths leading past irrigation channels, through forests, meadows and orchards. The highlight in Sluderno is the biotope where you can observe animals and discover various plants. For active guests Sluderno offers a keep-fit trail and three Nordic walking parks.

Sluderno offers various types of accommodations for all budgets. From beautiful hotels, pensions, B&Bs and restaurants offering South Tyrolean specialities.

Sluderno offers plenty of leisure time activities amidst an unspoiled nature and various sports facilities. The Watles ski resort (1740m-2500m) is ideal for families and experts with perfectly groomed slopes of all levels of difficulty. A ski school with professional instructors, and the "BUBO" children's park, a toboggan run and a free ski shuttle await you. No queues, no waiting times, modern cable car facilities, breath-taking views, and après ski fun await you.

In the Slingia Nordic Ski Centre you can discover your passion for cross-country skiing on perfectly groomed tracks amidst an unspoiled nature.

In spring, the surrounding mountain world offers fascinating ski touring destinations.

The leisure time facility "Sportwell" offers an indoor pool, a sauna area and various wellness treatments for body and soul.

The Upper Venosta Valley also offers plenty to see from a cultural point of view: Carolingian frescos, the Monte Maria Abbey, the medieval town of Glorenza, and the Venosta Museum or Coira Castle with its armoury.