Skiing Holidays in Italy
From the Alps to the Dolomites, skiing in Italy is an experience you will never forget.
With such a fantastic range of Italy ski resorts, beginners to experts will find the perfect slope for their skiing holidays.
Skiing in Italy is generally a bit less expensive than the neighbouring resorts in France, Switzerland, and Austria. Italian resorts are also known for their family-friendly atmosphere, delicious food, and uncrowded slopes which means less queuing for lifts. Italy's high-altitude ski resorts promise a combination of great conditions, excellent value and a stylish atmosphere.
There are plenty of brilliantly maintained terrain, superb off-piste and stunning panoramic views in Sestriere. The resort also offers nightime skiing on the same floodlit runs the pro's skied during the 2006 Olympic Games – pretty cool, huh?
Sauze d'Olux is one of the liveliest villages in terms of nightlife, yet it's slopes are long and quiet, catering for the complete range of skiers. It's a popular choice for intermediate skiers and boarders as it's a great base for the Milky Way – 400km of slopes that connect many ski resorts and villages. The busy aprés scene and nightlife with excellent ski opportunities mean Sauze d'Oluz is a great choice for many skiers.
Val di Fassa
Made up of 7 Resorts, Val di Fassa surrounds the Sella Ronda – part of the largest ski area in Europe, Dolomiti Superski. There are lots of Austrian-style aprés bars and restaurants serving a wide range of delicious foods at reasonable Italian prices. Other activities in Val di Fassa include ice skating, bowling and cross-country skiing!
Madonna di Campiglio
Magical Madonna di Campiglio offers stunning picturesque runs that are varied and extensive. The uncrowded slopes offer skiers of all levels the perfect opportunity to build confidence. This stylish resort is packed with lots of high-end style shops and bars, and although quieter by night, Madonna still has a fair share of chic aprés bars and cafés!