Ski Holidays Italy

Ski Holidays to Italy

While Italy doesn’t have the prestige of some of its European neighbours is a mystery. It has some truly great ski resorts and in the Dolomites/ Sud Tirol a UNESCO world heritage status. Italy is friendly and inexpensive when comparing to France or Switzerland. The food is generally amazing and the resorts tend to be less busy and more laid back. Whilst some resorts can feel a little functional there are some real beauties and the Dolomites offers spectacular scenery.

Beginners will just love Pila, Livigno, Passo Tonale. Cervinia, Champoluc and Sestriere are ideal for intermediates whilst experts may head to Arabba or Alagna. Apres ski is very good in Selva, Cervinia, and Sauze d'Oulx.  For a huge ski area, quality hotels, and great service Corvara is a must go to resort

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Arabba

Arabba is a beautiful village of traditional feel with low rise buildings comprising of smaller hotels, pensions, apartments and chalets. The local church dominates the centre with forests surround...

Beginners :
3 stars
Intermediate :
5 stars
Expert :
4 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
5 stars
Night Life:
3 stars
Bardonecchia

Located in a sunny valley on the border with France, two of its three ski areas are interlinked opening up a large area across two separate mountains. It has grown from an authentic Italian town in...

Beginners :
4 stars
Intermediate :
4 stars
Expert :
2 stars
Non-skier :
4 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
3 stars
Canazei & Campitello

Canazei is a sizeable, bustling, pretty roadside village of narrow streets , rustic buildings and traditional hotels. The village itself is situated at the top of the pretty Fassa valley and is sli...

Beginners :
3 stars
Intermediate :
4 stars
Expert :
4 stars
Non-skier :
3 stars
Scenery:
5 stars
Night Life:
3 stars
Cervinia

For those looking for long, cruisy runs perfectly suited to beginners and intermediates, there are few places better suited than Cervinia. As the highest resort in Italy with an altitude of 2,050m ...

Beginners :
5 stars
Intermediate :
4 stars
Expert :
1 stars
Non-skier :
1 stars
Scenery:
4 stars
Night Life:
3 stars
Champoluc

The resort of Champoluc is in an area known as the Monterosa and is one of Snowfinders favourite resorts. The problem is that the more we promote Champoluc the more upset a lot of people will ...

Beginners :
3 stars
Intermediate :
5 stars
Expert :
4 stars
Non-skier :
3 stars
Scenery:
4 stars
Night Life:
3 stars
Claviere

Claviere is right on the border with France and is perfectly suited to families and skiers on a budget, offering great value access to the Milky Way ski area, as well as an impressive snow record.&...

Beginners :
4 stars
Intermediate :
4 stars
Expert :
3 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
4 stars
Night Life:
2 stars
Cortina d'Ampezzo

There is nowhere quite like Cortina. A famous racing town and host of the 1956 Olympics, it certainly has some serious skiing. But it is also Italy's most fashionable resort, and many visitors ...

Beginners :
5 stars
Intermediate :
5 stars
Expert :
4 stars
Non-skier :
5 stars
Scenery:
5 stars
Night Life:
4 stars
Corvara and Colfosco

Corvara and Colfosco are both delightful villages nestled in the Alta Badia region of the Dolomites and have been enjoyed by British skiers for many years. Perfectly located on the Sella Ronda circ...

Beginners :
5 stars
Intermediate :
4 stars
Expert :
3 stars
Non-skier :
1 stars
Scenery:
5 stars
Night Life:
2 stars
Courmayeur

Courmayeur is perfect for combining modern skiing with a traditional atmosphere. The resort lies at the foot of Mont Blanc, Europe's highest mountain, close to the French border in the Aosta Va...

Beginners :
2 stars
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4 stars
Expert :
3 stars
Non-skier :
3 stars
Scenery:
4 stars
Night Life:
3 stars
Gressoney

Gressoney is the centrally placed resort in the three-valley Monterosa ski area, and widely considered one of the most scenic in the Aosta valley. It's even quieter than Champoluc, and rather m...

Beginners :
4 stars
Intermediate :
4 stars
Expert :
4 stars
Non-skier :
1 stars
Scenery:
4 stars
Night Life:
2 stars
Kronplatz

Set in the Italian Dolomites, Kronplatz may well be the best destination in Europe for those wanting an efficient lift system, comprised almost entirely of gondolas, serving cruising on piste terra...

Beginners :
5 stars
Intermediate :
5 stars
Expert :
3 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
5 stars
Night Life:
2 stars
La Thuile

La Thuile has a lot going for it - a relaxed atmosphere, quiet slopes, low prices and all the modern infrastructure you would expect from a highly developed ski resort.

The northern and e...

Beginners :
4 stars
Intermediate :
4 stars
Expert :
2 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
2 stars
La Villa

La Villa is a quiet pretty and unspoilt village situated at the foot of the Sassongher Mountain linking to the Dolomites' famous Sella Ronda ski circuit. Close to San Cassiano, it is one of the...

Beginners :
4 stars
Intermediate :
5 stars
Expert :
4 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
5 stars
Night Life:
1 stars
Livigno

Lying close to the Swiss border, Livigno is known for its excellent snow record, long winter season and duty free status. With a modern lift network, village charm, a wealth of winter entertainment...

Beginners :
4 stars
Intermediate :
4 stars
Expert :
3 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
3 stars
Madesimo

Madesimo offers lots of fast lifts but limited extent of slopes. Not sufficient for a week, but the mount...

Beginners :
2 stars
Intermediate :
4 stars
Expert :
2 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
1 stars
Madonna di Campiglio

With endless Italian charm, dramatic views and a substantial ski area, Madonna de Campiglio has a lot going for it for those seeking a classy Italian winter getaway. 

Campiglio is a ...

Beginners :
3 stars
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4 stars
Expert :
2 stars
Non-skier :
3 stars
Scenery:
4 stars
Night Life:
2 stars
Passo Tonale

Passo Tonale is a great place if you are on a tight budget, particularly for beginners and timid intermediates, with the link to Ponte di Legno, over the pass to the west, offering added interest f...

Beginners :
5 stars
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3 stars
Expert :
1 stars
Non-skier :
1 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Night Life:
3 stars
Pila

Pila is a modern, purpose built, car-free resort with excellent snow sure slopes ideally suited to beginners and intermediate skiers. The atmosphere is very Italian, relaxed and informal....

Beginners :
4 stars
Intermediate :
5 stars
Expert :
1 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
4 stars
Night Life:
3 stars
Pragelato

Pragelato is a small village next to Val Troncea National Park in Italy's northwestern Piedmont region. The settlement has more than 20 surrounding hamlets and is 60km (37 miles) west of Turin,...

Beginners :
3 stars
Intermediate :
4 stars
Expert :
3 stars
Non-skier :
2 stars
Scenery:
4 stars
Night Life:
2 stars
San Cassiano

A delightful village on the magnificent Dolomiti Superski area, well positioned between La Villa and Cortina and close to the Armentarola, with its famous horse drawn ski lift. A stunning array of ...

Beginners :
3 stars
Intermediate :
5 stars
Expert :
3 stars
Non-skier :
1 stars
Scenery:
5 stars
Night Life:
2 stars