The Val di Rabbi

The Val di Rabbi is a typical Alpine valley side of the average lower Val di Sole, is a closed valley and has its entrance between the towns of Male and Terzolas. It is spread in the north-west south-east, which is largely within the Stelvio National Park, protected area of the Central Alps.

The valley is bordered by the neighboring Val di Pejo, Val Martello, Val d'Ultimo and the Val di Bresimo.

Characteristic of Val di Rabbi, which makes it more similar to the valleys of South Tyrol than to Trentino's one, is the large amount of rustic houses, huts and farms, scattered mainly throughout the side exposed to the sun, with some larger centers surrounded by a multitude of smaller towns.

The Val di Rabbi is a pleasant place to spend relaxing holidays amid unparalleled scenic beauty and a nature rich in flora and fauna, rich in lakes, streams and cascading waterfalls set among green pastures and meadows.

There are countless opportunities for those who love contact with nature, excursions of all kinds and in any season are organized by local mountain guides in collaboration with the Stelvio National Park.