Italy: Fun and Relaxation From the Alps to the Dolomites
A stunning laid back location for a winter ski-break
Superior ski resorts at low prices! Italian ski resorts offer a mixture of old and new, traditional customs with excellent hospitality and cusine.
Chose from a good mix of hotels and ski chalets where families with young children are welcomed even in the most chic hotels and restaurants. Italy is blessed with a number of giant ski areas. The Dolomiti Superski lift pass covers 12 ski areas and 1220km of pistes linked by 450 lifts.
Magnificently situated in a sunny amphitheater, it is ringed by spectacular peaks which rise nearly 3000 meters above the village. Cortina has offered a complete range of winter sports facilities since hosting the Olympic Games in 1956.In Cortina, life centers around the Corso, a traffic-less, shop-lined street where the late afternoon passeggiata proceeds without fail.
Madonna Di Campiglio
Madonna di Campiglio, a discreet and elegant town nestling at an altitude of 1550 metres in the stupendous valley between the Brenta Dolomites and the glaciers of Adamello and Presanella, is today most certainly Italy’s number one ski resort as well as one of the most important resorts in the Alps.
The old village is perched under beautiful Mt. Blanc (15,780 feet), the highest mountain in Europe. Courmayeur is a long time favorite of ours and clients ask to return year after year. The locals are friendly, the skiing and snowfall abundant, and the nightlife lively.
The Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche Zermatt area is one of the largest in the Alps, with a varied “domaine skiable” beyond compare, which stretches through three valleys in two countries, Italy and Switzerland, from the 3,883 m of the Piccolo Cervino descending to the 1,524 m of Valtournenche.
Livigno is a town and comune in the province of Sondrio, in the region of Lombardy, Italy, located in the Italian Alps, near the Swiss border.
Sestriere is an alpine village in Italy, a comune (municipality) of the Metropolitan City of Turin. It is situated in Val Susa, 17 km (11 mi) from the French border. Its name derives from Latin: ad petram sistrariam, that is at sixty Roman miles from Turin. Contents. [hide]. 1 Geography; 2 History; 3 Tourism. 3.1 Winter sports.
Bormio Ski is the vertical fun. Ski slopes up to 3000 meters and a vertical drop of 1800 meters. Discover the ski area of Bormio.
From December to April each year, this marvellous region invites all winter sports enthusiasts to explore its innumerable pistes and descents. Efficient modern lift systems ensure a comfortable ski holiday in Val Gardena, world-renowned for its champions.
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