|City||Resort altitude||Total ski lifts||Slope length||Night skiing|
|Pinzolo||800 - 2100 m||7||60 km 68 km 22 km||View|
|Livigno||1800 - 2500 m||31||30 km 65 km 20 km||View|
|Gressan||1765 - 2709 m||15||20 km 40 km||View|
|Canazei||1320 - 1700 m||13||7 km 40 km 7 km||View|
|Bormio||1200 - 1600 m||24||14 km 34 km 2 km||View|
Embrace the cold season this year with a wonderful winter holiday. Choose among the best winter sports holiday homes in Italy we have to offer and enjoy the fresh powder of the Italian Alps and Dolomites in world class resorts. Italy offers a total of 5883 km of slopes, spread over 290 resorts. Regions such as Trentino-South Tyrol, Aosta Valley offer great facilities for all level skiers.
The Dolomites and the French, Swiss, and Savoy Alps actually form Italy's borders on the north and west sides. With the high peaks on these mountains, snow is almost guaranteed from November to April.
The most skiable terrain is in the Dolomites, with 12 major ski areas. Choose your favorite resort and let the winter fun begin.
Skiing in Italy comes with a magnificent mountain scenery, with well-groomed pistes, superb skiing and off piste activities, fun apres-ski, family-oriented resorts and not in the last... reasonable prices.
Some of the best ski resorts in Italy are:
Pinzolo in the Brenta Dolomites, it shares its lift pass with Madonna di Campiglio and it offers:
The town of Pinzolo in itself offers numerous attractions and it has a beautiful church.
Canazei di Fassa is a very lively resort offering:
The skiing season in Canazei di Fassa usually lasts between late November and late April.
Marilleva is part of the Folgarida / Marilleva ski area and it offers:
The ski season in Marilleva usually lasts between early December and mid May.
Bormio is one of Italy's top resorts, offering its visitors:
Bormio is part of the Alta Valtellina Lift Pass system, and thus you can have skiing access to the slopes of Livigno, Santa Caterina and San Colombano. With a seven day pass you will also get one free day over the border, including in St. Moritz. The skiing season usually lasts between mid November and mid April.
Cervinia is one of the highest resorts in the Alps, with sunny and snow-sure slopes. It offers its visitors:
With the appropriate ski Lift Pass you can ski or snowboard in the other Aosta Valley ski resorts such as Courmayeur, Crévacol, Etroubles, Pila and Saint-Rhémy-en-Bosses. The skiing season in Cervinia usually lasta between December and April.
Livigno is also known for being a duty free, and is one of the largest and highest resorts in the area, offering:
The appropriate ski Lift Pass will offer you the chance to ski or snowboard in the other Alta Valtellina ski resorts of Bormio and Santa Caterina. The ski season in Livigno lasts usually between late November and early May.
Courmayeur is a legendary ski and climbing resort, part of the Aosta Valley ski area, with pistes above 2500 m. It offers its guests:
The ski season in Courmayeur usually lasts between early December and Mid April.
Arabba is one of the most famous resorts on the Sella Ronda circuit, with some of the area's most challenging skiing. Tourists can enjoy here:
With the appropriate ski Lift Pass you can ski or snowboard in the other Dolomiti Superski ski resorts such as Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm, Alta Badia, Alta Pusteria, Bruneck-Kronplatz, Civetta, Cortina d`Ampezzo, etc. The skiing in Arabba season usually lasts between early December and mid May.
Enjoy a most wonderful white Christmas this year with our special offers for Christmas ski holidays in Italy. Take advantage of the great deals available even for ski passes, and surprise your family with an unforgettable celebration.
The Dolomites offer hundreds of kilometers of skiable terrain, divided into two main areas: the Dolomiti Superski with 12 ski resorts, and the famous Sella Ronda, a circular ski route; the Skiarama Dolomiti with eight ski resorts, including Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo, Marilleva, Folgaria and others.
The Alps offer skiing areas such as the Milky Way with six ski resorts, and the famous Aosta Valley, with resorts such as Courmayeur, Sarre, Gressoney la Trinite, Saint Nicolas, Cervinia and others.
Choose any of the beautiful snow covered resorts for a Christmas break, enjoy the local Christmas markets and the great apres-ski, the restaurants serving traditional Italian food and mulled wine... all of this without having to spend a fortune, as Italy's ski resorts are very much affordable and offer fantastic value for the money.
Why even think of spending the New Year at home when you can take advantage of one of the best offers we have for a New Year ski holiday in Italy this year?
Italy has the best of both worlds, basically, as it shares the Alps with France and it hosts the majestic Dolomites. So you can choose to spend a wonderful New Year's holiday with your family in any of these settings.
Take part in La Fiesta di San Silvestro celebrations with delicious food and drinks. In the Aosta Valley the resorts have a massive blast the day before New Year's Eve. You can enjoy wonderful ski shows, torchlit descents and fireworks in resorts such as Sarre, Cervinia, Courmayeur, etc.
Feast your eyes and spoil your taste buds this year with a New Year's holiday in Italy!
Going on a family ski holiday with children takes some really careful planning in order for everyone to be happy and get to spend the vacation they had hoped for.
Italy is ready to offer you such a holiday, you just need to choose the resort that best suits your interests.
In Italy the prices are low, the resorts are not too crowded and the pizza is fantastic. Besides, the après ski is more about good food and wine than parties and they have huge areas that are bambini friendly.
The most popular family ski resorts in Italy are:
Such resorts offer great facilities, short transfers, snow sure school holiday skiing, great play areas, and of course:
Spend a family skiing holiday in Italy where you know that all generations will have a blast!
The sunny pistes of the Italian Alps and Dolomites can get you pretty tired. Imagine being able to spend the evening, after a day on the slopes, with relaxing by the pool, in a sauna or with a most divine massage. It is the ideal way of exercising both body and mind.
In ski resorts in Italy such as Bormio, where you can even get a Bormio Pass après ski and spa which combines skiing with relaxation, you will really feel like you have it all. Selva di Val Gardena is also a great option for a ski and wellness holiday, as are Carezza, Predazzo, Pinzolo, Madonna di Campiglio, Livigno, etc.
Enjoy your winter holiday with a side of relaxation!
Italy sure knows how to treat its guests in its wonderful ski resorts set among spectacular scenery. The youngsters will appreciate the great apres-ski, "sprinkled" with specific drinks such as Aperol, Grappa, Bombardino, Limoncello and Prosecco. To top it all off, the prices are very affordable, so what's the reason to not celebrate then?
The country offers quite a number of facilities and fun places in ski resorts where you can socialize and make new friends, where you can dance your way through the night or simply enjoy a nice cup of mulled wine and the remembering of skiing adventures from during the day.
Some of the best apres-ski resorts in Italy are:
Italy's ski resorts offer great apres-ski facilities at very reasonable prices, compared to other ski countries. Whether you're more of a "dolce far niente" kind of person, or you're a "Europe boot bop member" on the dance floor, Italy will not let you down.
The Italian Alps and Dolomites are some of the most spectacular mountains in Europe, visited by thousands of tourists every year. See our best offers for winter sports holiday homes in Italy and choose your favorite place to enjoy a comfortable and fun winter break.
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