Skiing in Italy

Contact us to book your ski week or weekend in one of the best Italian ski resorts below. We can personalize your ski holidays in other Italian resorts.

LIVIGNO: It lies in an enchanting valley in Alta ValtellinaLombardy, very close to the Swiss border. It stretches across 12 km and the altitude ranges from 3000 m to 1800 m. Famous for looking like a fairy-tale village in the mountains, Livigno is a paradise for both alpine skiing and cross-country skiing. It offers 115 km of ski slopes of different levels: you can find 12 black, 37 red and 29 blue pistes, all of them are equipped with cutting-edge ski-lift systems, including 6 ski cable cars, 13 ski chairlifts, and 11 ski-lifts positioned on the two sides of the mountain. Livigno is famous for being a very trendy ski resort in Italy, attracting all kind of skiers. Families will find all the family services necessary to enjoy a perfect holiday on the snow: kindergarden service, snow park, ski and snowboard schools, children-friendly hotels, free shuttles and playgrounds. The city centre offers trendy shops, excellent restaurants and pizzeriasYoung people will also find their dimension: friendly pubs and apres-ski dance parties contribute to make Livigno night life very lively. To take a break from skiing, it is also possible to visit Bormio thermal baths, enjoy wine and cheese tasting with an amazing view over the mountains or book a dinner at a traditional mountain cabin by snowmobileHeliski service is also available.

GRESSONEY: at the foot of Mount Rosa in Val d’Aosta region, it is made of two villages, Gressoney-La-Trinité and Gressoney-Saint-Jean. It is located at 1385 m in altitude and it offers an amazing view over Mount Rosa, reflecting on the emerald green Gover lake, and Lyskamm glacier, just outside the town centre. As well as an amazing nature, the town has also an important artistic heritage, with Castel Savoia, built during Queen Margherita’s reign in 1894 as her residence on her frequent holidays, a charming view in winter when covered in snow. It is a tranquil destination suitable for the skiers who just want to enjoy the snow and relax in the nature. Pubs and restaurants are ready to offer authentic mountain food to warm you up after a skiing day. Gressoney has developed cutting-edge infrastructures for alpine skiing, with more than 100 km of ski slopes, and nordic skiing, with up to 47 km trails stretching out in amazing woods with a fantastic view on glaciers and lakes. Heliski service is also available.

THE DOLOMITES. They are called the “Pink Mountains” and are listed among the Unesco World Heritage List.. With 1200 km of great ski slopes and 1117 km of cross-country ski tracks prepared with the most cutting edge technologies, snow-parks, lift systems, fully-equipped ski resorts, the Dolomites are the biggest ski compound all over the world. They are located in the North-East of Italy and cover three regions (Trentino Alto Adige, Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia) and five provinces (Belluno, Bolzano, Trento, Pordenone and Udine). Enjoy skiing on top of Marmolada peak, 3000 m in altitude, with a breathtaking landscape over valleys and other peaks, like Tofane di Rozes, Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Sass Pordoi, just to mention some. Relax in comfortable hotels where you can enjoy saunas, massages, or simply the best of Italian food and wine. Cortina D’Ampezzo, Kronplatz, Alta Badia, Val Gardena, Alpe di Siusi, Val di Fassa, Carezza, Val di Fiemme, San Pellegrino and many other ski resorts… you’ll be spoilt for choice. And skiing on tracks is not the only attraction of this area. If you love off-piste leave for an amazing backcountry ski tour from hut to hut! Contact us to know what ski resort is best for your needs. Heliski service is also available.

Contact us to book your ski week or weekend in one of these Italian ski resorts. We can personalize your ski holidays in other Italian resorts.