Re-Bello's Muse: the nature of South Tyrol
Re-Bello is based in South Tyrol, an area surrounded by mountains and other natural treasures from which our brand has taken its inspiration.
Dear Re-Bello friends, this week we are happy to share with you three key spots of our territory, South Tyrol.
Re-Bello is based in Bolzano-Bozen, South Tyrol, an Italian region surrounded by stunning mountains, beautiful lakes and breath-taking landscapes. Nature has always been our daily inspiration and starting point: Re-Bello’s mission is to protect our planet, minimizing our impact on the environment by choosing sustainable fibers. Furthermore, our collections, made of high-quality fibers, want to be a reflection of the timeless beauty of nature.
Let’s start with the RESIA LAKE (Passo Resia/Reschenpass, Venosta Valley).
The peculiarity of this lake is that there’s a solitary church steeple emerging half out of its clear waters.
Until 1950, there were three natural lakes at the Reschenpass: Resia Lake, Curon Lake and S. Valentinos Lake at Muta. The creation of a large dam (1947-1949) united the first two lakes and submerged the small village of Curon Venosta.
The half-submerged church steeple is as a reminder of the old town of Curon.
TRE CIME DI LAVAREDO are among the best-known mountains in the Alps and the distinctive shape and color of the Three Peaks make this massif, which became a symbol for the Dolomites and of South Tyrol.
The Three Peaks - rising on the border between the northernmost section of the Province of Belluno and the region Three Peaks/3 Zinnen in the Dolomites, in South Tyrol – are considered to be among the most famous natural wonders in the mountaineering world.
In 2009 they were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The SEISER ALM, with 56 square kilometres, is the most breathtaking Alpine pasture worldwide.
The breathtaking scenery of the Seiser Alm, the largest high alpine pasture in Europe, is best discovered the sporty way, summer and winter alike: on foot or mountain bike, by ski or by snowboard – there are no limits to the natural adventure.