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Of the four major ski areas in Europe, Italy is by far the cheapest. This doesn’t mean you have to put up with slow lifts and busy slopes, the lift systems are some of the most modern in Europe and the impeccably groomed slopes are often deserted. Intermediates that enjoy wide cruising slopes will be in heaven!
Accommodation in Italy is of a very high standard in order to compete with the French resorts. Families are well catered for with fantastic facilities for children in the hotels along with childcare and ski school. In addition, prices in the restaurants are very reasonable making it a much easier option on the wallet!
Scenery from Courmayeur of Mont Blanc are stunning; similarly resorts in the Dolomites offer some of the most breathtaking and dramatic views.
With many Italians only using the resorts at the weekend, Italy is an ideal option for those wanting to take advantage of quiet slopes in the midweek. There are many last minute deals throughout the season, so give us a call to see what we have to suit your group or family.
Altitude (m): 1600
Highest ski lift (m): 2950
Total piste (km): 200
Arabba is an unspoilt village with only 2,000 beds. It is tucked away in a fold of the landscape and is surrounded by the Sella Ronda in the Dolomites. The Dolomites are home to the largest and most beautiful ski area in the world - 200km of pistes served by 460 lifts in one region.
Altitude (m): 1312
Highest ski lift (m): 2750
Total piste (km): 110
This is a friendly resort comprising of 6 villages nestled in a sunny corner of the Susa Valley. There are slopes to suit all levels, with runs ranging from wide, forgiving nursery slopes to challenging black runs. Bardonecchia will host the snowboarding events of the 2006 Winter Olympics.
Altitude (m): 1460
Highest ski lift (m): 2640
Total piste (km):
Often referred to as one resort, Val Di Fassa is actually made up of several smaller resorts, mostly lift linked. The largest of them are Campitello, Canazei and Alba, and this is also where most of the accommodation for international guests is situated. The area is also part of the Superski...
Altitude (m): 2050
Highest ski lift (m): 3480
Total piste (km): 300
Cervinia is one of the highest resorts in the Italian Alps. It is dominated by the mighty Matterhorn and surrounded by some of Europe’s grandest peaks. Cervinia’s ever increasing popularity is due to its excellent snow conditions, long hours of sunshine, variety of runs for all abilities...
Altitude (m): 1600
Highest ski lift (m): 3550
Total piste (km): 70
The Italian ski resort of Champoluc is one of the smaller ski stations in Italy and has access to 70km of downhill piste. Champoluc is part of The Aosta Valley; useful if the 70km of piste is not enough. The ski resort itself is above 1500m, so skiing or boarding back to the resort is usually...