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Slow Food Travel Villnöss valley

In the authentic Villnöss valley, the farming culture and sustainability can be perceived through the lifestyle of the local population. The wide range of activities and culinary delights using local produce offer ideal conditions for nature lovers seeking deceleration in the midst of the mountain world. It was therefore natural for Slow Food to work with the many artisan producers, skilled restaurateurs and impeccable hoteliers of Villnöss valley to create the first Slow Food Travel Destination in South Tyrol.
The Villnöss valley in the heart of the Dolomites is the first Slow Food Travel Destination in South Tyrol. In the authentic Villnöss valley, the farming culture and sustainability can be perceived through the lifestyle of the local population. The wide range of activities and culinary delights using local produce offer ideal conditions for nature lovers seeking deceleration in the midst of the mountain world. It was therefore natural for Slow Food to work with the many artisan producers, skilled restaurateurs and impeccable hoteliers of Villnöss valley to create the first Slow Food Travel Destination in South Tyrol. The project to create the destination Slow Food Travel Villnöss was driven forward with the support of LAG Eisacktaler Dolomiten thanks to LEADER funding from the European Commission and implemented by the Villnöss Tourism Cooperative in collaboration with Slow Food.

Presidi Slow Food

The Villnöss valley is home to two Presidi Slow Food, which are projects to protect local and artisan foods and support their producers. These include the sheep "Villnösser Brillenschaf" and the Alpine Grey Cattle.
The Villnöss valley is home to two Presidi Slow Food, which are projects to protect local and artisan foods and support their producers. These include the sheep "Villnösser Brillenschaf" and the Alpine Grey Cattle.
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