Our location in Val Pusteria & contact - Schlossapotheke Welsberg

How to reach us – Schlossapotheke Monguelfo, Val Pusteria

How to get here

Schlossapotheke Monguelfo

Via Parrocchia 1/a
I-39035 Monguelfo | South Tyrol
Tel.: +39 0474 944 112
E-Mail: info@apothekewelsberg.it

Coming to us …
… by car

Take the SS49 Val Pusteria state road as far as Monguelfo/Casies …
After passing Brunico, turn left at the first roundabout after 17 km and follow the signs to “Welsberg West”. Our pharmacy is located in the centre of the village in a small shopping complex opposite the parish church. You can find a car park directly in front of our pharmacy.

… public transport

After arriving in Monguelfo – Casies train station, head towards the village centre on foot. After around 650 m, you will reach the tourist office, cross the street there, and follow it for about 300 m to the parish church. The Schlossapotheke Monguelfo is located on your right in the small shopping complex.
(Total walking time: 10 min)

Distribution point
San Martino in the Casies Valley

San Martino 10/A
I-39030 San Martino in the Casies Valley
South Tyrol
Tel.: +39 0474 948 543
E-Mail: info@apothekewelsberg.it

Opening hours
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9.00-12:00

What is a medicine distribution point?

What function does it serve and what are the differences compared to a normal pharmacy?

The medicine distribution point is an establishment intended only for the provision of medicines for general use and first aid supplies. It is not a pharmacy. Medicine distribution points can be opened in municipalities, hamlets, and villages with fewer than 5000 inhabitants where the pharmacy provided for in the pharmacy distribution plan has not been opened (Art.6, Law 362/91). The management of a medicine distribution point is entrusted to the owner of a public or private pharmacy, with preference given to the owner of the pharmacy closest to it. In the event of a waiver, the municipality takes over the medicine distribution point. The medicine distribution point is not an autonomous establishment and must be operated like a separate branch of the pharmacy that manages it. It has its own register for the entry and exit of controlled drugs and has its own business licence.