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Madonna di Campiglio

Overview

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 well-established, quite fashionable resort, set near the head of a heavily wooded valley. Although the clientele are mainly Italian, the resort is now attracting Russian visitors in considerable numbers. The town centre is car free and charming, laden with designer shops, high end restaraunt and lively apres options. Though the resort spreads out quite widely down the valleys, a bus service links these suburbs to the main resort area. 

The slopes offer plenty of variety, and a satisfying sense of travel across considerable distances - particularly since a gondola built in 2011 created a long-awaited link with Pinzolo; it's an amazing 17km from Folgarida. From Madonna, you also have easy access to the slopes above the nearby Folgarida, Marilleva and Pinzolo. The resort does not sit at an especially high altitude, with the majority of the slopes tree lined and below 2100m. While this makes for attractive skiing during the high season, it does have an effect on snow conditions as spring arrives. The Skirama regional lift pass covers not only the several linked resorts but also others in the Val di Sole to the north, including Pejo and Passo Tonale.




Offslope/apres ski

The apres ski is quiet with a small number of popular bars and clubs

Our View

A very chic resort, popular with the Ferrari Formula 1 team who have a property in the resort, and one of the runs named after Michael Schumacher




Resort Results & Filters

At a glance

Chalets:
0
Hotel & Apartments:
7
Pistes:
150 kms
Resort height:
1550 metres
Top station:
2505 metres

Suitability

Experts:
2 stars
Intermediates:
4 stars
Beginners:
3 stars
Non-Skiers:
3 stars
Scenery:
4 stars
Resort charm:
4 stars
Nightlife:
2 stars

Positives

  • Friendly town
  • Good for intermediates and beginners
  • Splendid wooded setting in the dramatic Brenta Dolomites
  • Pleasant, stylish village, with car-free centre and a tunnel bypass
  • Extensive, varied slopes, including Folgarida, Marilleva and Pinzolo
  • Lots of long, easy runs

Negatives

  • ​Although it has a compact core, the resort spreads widely along the valley, away from the lifts
  • Tough pistes are few, and widely separated around a big area 
  • Quiet from dinner time onwards

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DV Chalet Boutique Hotel

DV Chalet Boutique Hotel REF: AEI169

The DV Chalet Boutique Hotel provides guests with the opportunity to experience the “Dolce Vita”. Decorated in a contemporary style with a...

Resort : Madonna di Campiglio, Italy
Sleeps : N/A
Rating : 9 stars
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Hotel Chalet Del Sogno

Hotel Chalet Del Sogno REF: AEI170

The Hotel Chalet del Sogno enjoys a fabulous location right beside the Spinale gondola, providing easy access to the slopes, while the centre of Madon...

Resort : Madonna di Campiglio, Italy
Sleeps : N/A
Rating : 9 stars
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