Welcome to our campsite in Lasa in Val Venosta

Our small campsite is situated in the heart of Val Venosta in beautiful South Tyrol. It is embedded in the countryside around Lasa.
Different fruit trees, the mountain backdrop around Mount Ortles and pure country life turn your stay into an unforgettable experience.

Our campsite is an ideal starting point for hikes and bike and mountain bike tours as it is directly situated at the Val Venosta cycling trail, the so-called Via Claudia Augusta.

You will find peace and relaxation in our sauna and whirlpool.

The Hellrigl family is looking forward to welcoming you.


Lasa, the marble village

Lasa in South Tyrol with its tranquil historic centre is situated in the heart of Val Venosta. The municipality with nearly 4,000 inhabitants consists of the main place of Lasa and of Alliz, Oris, Cengles, Tanas, Tarnello and Parnez. It was first mentioned in a document in 1209. The apse of the parish church from the 12th century is a particular highlight of the village tour. It was created out of white marble, which is quarried above the village. Lasa owes its nickname, the marble village, to this white gold and boasts a reputation far beyond the region’s borders as well.

Guests in Lasa in South Tyrol can look forward to special cultural places as well as to natural sites, as Lasa is not only known for its marble. As the cold pole at the foot of the high Ortles mountain group, it is also ideal for growing produce. Organic products from Lasa, like apricots, apples and sauerkraut, enjoy an excellent reputation. The „Marble and Apricots“ festival takes place every year amidst this idyllic natural landscape.

Furthermore, Lasa is an ideal starting point for lovers of nature and active guests. You can directly start at our campsite to make both demanding and easy hikes to alpine pasture huts or places in the near surroundings. Mountain bikers will be enthusiastic as well because they can choose from a variety of mountain bike tours around Lasa whereas pleasure bikers can explore beautiful Val Venosta along the Adige cycling trail, a part of Via Claudia Augusta, and then return to Lasa by train.