Buying a property in the Vinschgau Valley

Anyone passionate about nature, will feel at home in the Vinschgau Valley! Its rich cultural life and close proximity to Switzerland and Austria are part of what make the Vinschgau so special, with Glurns as its main centre. With the right property, this a perfect place for retirees.

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2-room apartment for sale 39021 Latsch, Italy

Newly renovated two-room apartment in a historic building
about 67 m2
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4 room appartment for sale 39028 Schlanders, Italy

New 4-room apartment with terrace in the middle of vineyards and orchards
about 88 m2
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Half house for sale 39021 Latsch, Italy

Half of the house in need of renovation with a south-facing balcony
about 75 m2
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bistro for sale 39021 Latsch, Italy

Bistro with a new kitchen in the center of Latsch
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3 room apartment for sale 39020 Taufers im Münstertal, Italy

Large, renovated three-room apartment with terrace and balcony in the center of Taufers i.M.
about 128 m2
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Stadel for sale 39024 Mals, Italy

Living cubature on the sunny slope in the quiet and natural Planeil, Obervinschgau
about 280 m2
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4 room appartment for sale 39020 Taufers im Münstertal, Italy

Large, four-room apartment with attic in the center of Taufers iM
about 168 m2
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4 room appartment for sale 39028 Schlanders, Italy

New 4-room apartment with terrace in the middle of vineyards and orchards
about 88 m2
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Vinschgau Valley

In the westernmost part of South Tyrol, not far from the border with Switzerland and Austria, there’s the Vinschgau Valley. Comprising 13 municipalities, it has a population of around 35,000. The SS 38 route (Stelvio Road) runs through the Vinschgau Valley, connecting Meran to Mals. The Vinschgau Railway line also crosses the valley, directly linking up to the SBB Swiss Railway system.

More prominent towns and villages include Mals, Glurns, Prad am Stilfserjoch, Laas, Taufers im Münstertal, Martell and Latsch.

Besides tourism, farming (wine grapes and fruit) makes an important contribution to the local economy.

Encompassing the Stelvio National Park and the imposing Ortler (the highest summit in South Tyrol), as well as Reinhold Messner's Mountain Museum, the Vinschgau Valley provides opportunities for numerous outdoor sports, making this region an attractive holiday and residential destination.

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