Skiing & Boarding in Italy

Italy offers a wide range of ski resorts and yet, it is often overlooked for the ski holiday as it borders the higher profile destinations of France, Switzerland and Austria. However, Italy has some excellent options ranging from the Dolomites to the Milky Way.

Ski areas in Italy

We offer 4 ski areas across Italy:

  • Milky Way - 400km of skiing and resorts include Sause d'oulx, Claviere and Sestriere...as well as Montgenevre (France)
  • Val di Sole - a delighful area with resorts including Madonna di Campiglio, Passo Tonale and Folgarida
  • The Dolomites - 1200km of skiing - resorts include Cortina, Kronplatz, Val di Fassa and Ortisei
  • Cervinia - skiing in Cervinia and Zermatt (Switzerland)

 

Skiing & Boarding in The Milky way

The six ski resorts of the Milky Way (Via Lattea) differ in size and atmopshere. From the quiet cobbled streets of Sansicario to the more lively nightlife of Sauze d'Oulx. skiers & boarders of all ages will find a resort to suit them.

The lift-linked ski area has 400 kilometres of terrain and slips across the Italian-French border to include Montgenevre in France.

The resort altitudes range from Cesana at 1350m to Sestriere at 2035m meters. 

Do come and try the area - we think there is a Milky Way resort to suit everyone!

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Skiing & Boarding in the Dolomites

The Dolomites offer a wonderful scenic backdrop to your ski week.

They can be enjoyed from a range of ski areas including:

  • Madonna di Campiglio - nestled in the valley between the Brenta Dolomites and the Adamello alps, this is a popular and stylish resort - even when set against Italian style standards
  • Cortina - when style matters, this is the place to be seen in Italy - somewhat exclusive and rather expensive, it offers a range of ski options - but for those with a flexible budget!

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  • Ski Holidays in Madonna di Campiglio

    £206- £1481

    (£pp on std occ)

    Situated in a valley with the Dolomites to the North and the Alps to the south, this resort is striking and memorable for its natural beauty.

    Travel options for Madonna di Campiglio now include a train from Paris to Verona - contact us for latest prices

    You can also self drive - definitely cheaper - we recommend a stopover in Stuttgart - crossing Friday lunchtime, stop in Stuttgart and set off Saturday after breakfast and be…

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  • Ski Holidays in Cervinia

    £581- £1355

    (£pp on std occ)

    Cervinia is one of the highest ski resorts in the Italian Alps and is striking for its proximity to the magnificent Matterhorn

    Cervinia is a popular ski resort which benefits from its ski area being linked with the stylish ski resort of Zermatt

    The combined ski area is 350km and offers a good range of slopes for the advanced skier as well as having some friendly stuff for the beginner.

    The resort of Cervinia is now…

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  • Skiing in Folgaria

    £223- £621

    (£pp on std occ)

    Folgaria is located in the Trentino Dolomites and combines the ski areas of numerous smaller villages including the Costa, Fondo Grande and Serrada ski regions. It has a genuine Italian atmosphere and the ski area offers skiing for all levels.....

    The prices of our accommodation options in Folgaria are exceptionally competitive as the resort is not currently a major focus from the British market - this is a great option for an introduction to skiing…

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  • Skiing in Passo Tonale

    £602- £886

    (£pp on std occ)

    The Italian ski resort of Passo Tonale is part of the Skirama Adamello-Brenta area and has direct access to 100km of downhill skiing, with 30 individual pistes, served by 30 ski lifts. In addition to the skiing in Passo Tonale, the appropriate ski pass will allow you to ski or board in the other Skirama Adamello-Brenta resort of Madonna di Campiglio.

    Getting here:

    Flying is the most straight forward - Verona, Innsbruck and Milan are all possible arrival…

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  • Skiing in Cortina

    £636- £2779

    (£pp on std occ)

    Known as the Queen of the Dolomites, Cortina D’Ampezzo has been used as a backdrop for many films (Cliffhanger/Christmas Holiday/A Farewell to Arms) and you don’t have to spend long there to realise why.

    Located in a wide sunny valley amongst spectacular Dolomitic scenery, the resort has three major ski areas, and is on the famous Dolomiti Superski pass.

    Getting here:

    Flying is the most straight forward and Venice offers the best access…

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  • Skiing in Sestriere

    £POA

    (£pp on std occ)

    Excellent, extensive ski area and a cosmopolitan atmosphere!

    It is an ideal resort for a ski holiday and particularly suited for a family ski holiday.

    Getting here:

    Getting here - fly, drive or take the train:

    The resort is most easily reached from Turin airport but we can offer transfers from Grenoble or Chambery at a supplement. A popular option is to take the train to Oulx from where it is less than 30 minutes…

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