Collecting mushrooms during your holidays in South Tyrol
Collecting mushrooms during your holidays in South Tyrol is a popular activity in the forests of San Vigilio di Marebbe where you can find porcini mushrooms, chanterelle mushrooms, or common mushrooms. These are the most common varieties, but in reality there are also many others so you'll have a large choice.
In order to collect mushrooms in San Vigilio di Marebbe it is important to heed the applicable rules and to conduct oneself properly so as not to jeopardize the natural harmony which is an important part of the life of the undergrowth. In addition, if you are not an expert, you have to be careful about which of the collected mushrooms you can eat. If you want to avoid any negative surprises, it's better to get some advice from someone who knows more about mushrooms than you!
Collecting mushrooms in San Vigilio di Marebbe is allowed on the even days of the month, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. You have to be at least 14 years of age and you are not permitted to collect more than 1 kg of mushrooms per person and day.
In addition, in order to be authorised to collect mushrooms in San Vigilio di Marebbe you have to pass on your personal information to the relevant authority and pay a fee of €8 per day and person.
In the community of San Vigilio di Marebbe, you can obtain the permits at the Tourist Association.
Tourist Association San Vigilio di Marebbe
Via Catarina Lanz 14
39030 San Vigilio di Marebbe (BZ)
Tel: +39 0474 501 037