Ski holiday Italy
When you think of skiing in Italy, well-groomed pistes great food come to mind. Italy offers versatile and snow-safe slopes in the world's largest ski areas.
There is a huge amount of variation between Italian destinations, such as Canazei in the Superski Dolomiti area, to Cervinia in the famous Aosta Valley with linked skiing to Zermatt, Switzerland’s glacier skiing.
Mecca for family skiing and shopping
If you have children or first-time skiers, Livigno offers nursery slopes on the doorstep of the hotels and apartments. The town is full of shopping, cafes and restaurants so if you would like to take a break from skiing there are many other activities available.
If you were under the impression that Italian resorts couldn't march up to your experiences in France, think again!
Take your next vacation to Canazei and say goodbye to that myth forever. Canazei is positioned at the base of approximately 500 km connected slopes, with the possibility of up to ...
We love Italy which is why we are featuringthe highest resort of them all as one of our locations. The classic Beuil Cervina, King of the Aosta valley, is perfectly located in that holidaymakers can access Zermatt with ease, and the matterhorn is only a short distance away. At this altitude, ...Read more and see prices
Livigno's status as a tax free zone is well known. What is often forgotten is that fine skiing is also offered here. The slopes of the two mountain sides, Carosello and Mottolino, are well-groomed slopes and go all the way down to the village. The majority of the 110 km ski area is suited to ...Read more and see prices
"Adamello Ski" is the name of the ski area, with its unique location on the border between Lombardy and Trentino, offering varied skiing which is accessible to all. Surrounded by mountain peaks and steep cliffs of the Alps and Dolomites, this is the place for anyone with taste for Italian Alpine ...Read more and see prices
Sauze d'Oulx is located in the ski area know as the "Via Lattea", which translates as the "Milky Way". This includes the areas of Sestriere, Claviere and the French area of ??Montgenèvre. A total ski area 400km of piste suitable for beginners and more experienced skiers.Read more and see prices
Positioned at a height of 2035 meters and centrally located within the 400 km ski area called “the milky way”, Sestriere played a key role in the hosting of the 2006 Winter Olympics. The majority of the Alpine disciplines where held through the resort.Read more and see prices