The three-valley municipality of Ratschings is the fourth largest in South Tyrol in terms of surface area - so it is not surprising that our vacation region is characterized by an extraordinarily diverse landscape.

This unique flora and fauna needs special protection. The responsible treatment of our environment - both flora and fauna - and the available resources is of fundamental importance to ensure that this area remains a natural habitat in the long term.

Many wild plants and flowers in South Tyrol are protected by law, as 27% of native plant species are already endangered.
The basic rule is: admire the plants where they grow and leave them to grow.

You can find out what other protection regulations apply to flora and fauna in South Tyrol here.