The preservation of the pristine environment is a top priority at the Stelvio National Park, one of the largest nature reserve in Europe. The local mountain farms, producers and ancient farmsteads make a significant contribution, as they are the ones who help to maintain and preserve this cultural mountain landscape. When you purchase anything made in, or sourced from the Stelvio National Park, you aren’t just buying a first-rate product. You’re also supporting a sustainable rural eco-system, which also contributes to the preservation of the local economy. The weekly markets are a valuable component of regional sustainability, providing simplified transport logistics that help to conserve the environment, while supporting small farmers and the local economy.

Here’s where you can find out more about the sustainable producers of the Stelvio National Park: ecological farming in the stelvio national park

Sustainable farm products are now also on sale at the weekly markets in the villages of Prad/Prato, Mals/Malles and Latsch/Laces. Local farmers willingly share their knowledge – helping shoppers to better familiarise themselves with the producers and products of the Stelvio National Park. Offering a wide selection of products, which include local specialities and natural cosmetics. Why not pay a visit to one of the weekly markets in the National Park, and discover our first-rate regional products for yourself? You’ll be glad you did! 

Tuesdays: Prad am Stilfserjoch | Market opposite MPreis

Wednesdays: Mals | Pedestrian zone, opposite Sparkasse bank

Fridays: Latsch | Lacusplatz Square

The markets are likely to stay open till end-October.