"Noch Golli kearn die Wiesn olli." (“After Golli, everything in the fields belongs to everyone”). According to an old custom, after the Gollimarkt, the unharvested apples on the meadows belong to the general public.
The Golli (St. Gallus) Market in the centre of the village of Mals is one of the annual highlights of the Upper Vinschgau area. Traders offer their products on over 160 stalls. It doesn't matter whether you are looking for food, art, handmade or precious items, sweets or clothing, you’re guaranteed to find what you’re looking for at this market, and you can discover a surprise or two too! Market day has become a real holiday for the villagers of Mals. Inns will be offering traditional dishes made from regional products. The Golli Market has made a name for itself beyond the regions's borders to North Tyrol and the Taufer Valley in Switzerland too. This commemoration day of St. Gallus also has a special significance in the farmers' calendar - after the Gollimarket, the unharvested apples in the meadows traditionally belong to the general public.