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Ski Italy – Your Dream Holiday Awaits

Ski Italy – Your Dream Holiday Awaits

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Come the first sprinkle of snow, a ski vacation can never be far away from your mind. And when it comes to ski holidays, Italy is fast becoming a premier destination for both enthusiasts as well as first timers. Blessed with the topography of the majestic Alpine peaks and the steep Dolomites, you will find a range of breathtaking resorts sprinkled along snow-dusted mountains. Whether you are into skiing or snow boarding, Italy will certainly not disappoint.

Best Of The Best

Made In Uvet brings to you the top 4 ski destinations in the country:

  • Cortina d’Ampezzo, Veneto

A UNESCO World Heritage site, host of the Nordic Skiing Championship, the 1956 Winter Olympics, and the World Cup; Cortina D’Ampezzo is as premier as it gets when it comes to ski destinations around the globe. Nestled in a glacier-carved valley that houses chocolate-coloured chalets, Cortina offers nearly 100 miles of pure adrenaline and thrill in the form of a downhill slope. 

For those seeking less of a thrill and more of a leisure vacation, there are exquisite fashion boutiques to indulge in.

Must Do: Cross-country skiing, ice-skating, bobsled run. Trip to nearby   Venice, Verona, Treviso, Lake Garda.

Getting There: Flight to Venice, Verona or Milan, followed by 2 to 4-hour drive.

Accommodation: Family-run 4-star Hotel Ancora set against the gorgeous natural backdrop of the Dolomites.

  • Madonna di Campiglio, Trentino

Resting high at 5000 feet above sea level, the Madonna di Campiglio is a village that offers a scenic view of the Dolomites. One of its unique features is that it is linked to premium resorts in the Skiarama Dolomiti area such as Pinzolo, Tonale, and Monte Bondone. You can expect smooth slopes for downhill skiing and Nordic skiing. Nicknamed the pearl of the Dolomites, the village offers 21 blue-rated runs, 12 red, and 6 thrilling black runs. Simply irresistible. 

Must Do: Climb the Via Ferrata, otherwise known as the iron road. The same road was used by WWI soldiers to traverse the challenging terrain. Trento, Bolzano, and the spectacular attractions of Trentino–Alto Adige all lie nearby. 

Getting There: Flight to Venice, Verona or Milan, followed by 2 to 4-hour drive.

Accommodation: Please get in touch with our travel experts for the best options.

  • Sestriere, Piedmont

Imagine being greeted with the sight of rolling hills all covered in white snow. That is the magical quality of Sestriere, nestled in the picture perfect Susa valley in the Alps. The destination lies right at the heart of Europe’s largest ski zones – the Via Lattea, popularly known as the Milky Way. A gondola ski lift system opens up a network of 146 slopes that offer 300 miles of pure ski thrill. An impressive 66 ski lifts crisscross the Sestriere, connecting you with breathtaking villages such as Pragelato, Sauze d’Oulz, and even Montgenèvre in France. 

Must Do: If you need a break from the snow, head down to Turin where you will find beautiful porticoes, enormous piazzas and plenty of history to indulge in. Don’t forget to try the hot chocolate, coffee and Cinzano-based aperitif.

Getting There: Flight to Turin, followed by a 2-hour drive.  

Accommodation: Please get in touch with our travel experts for the best options.

  • Courmayeur, Aosta Valley

Sitting right at the foot of Mont Blanc, Courmayeur is home to sparkling scenery, indulgent spa facilities, plush fashion boutiques, and just about everything you could ask for when on a ski vacation. An interesting fact about the highest commune in Europe is that it boasts of bright winter sunshine, only adding to its allure. The region may not have the longest ski slopes, but it offers off-piste skiing and easy connections with the panoramic Skyway Monte Bianco cable car system across the Aosta Valley. The sister twin of Chamonix sits just on the side of the majestic Mont Blanc.

Must Do: Boutique shopping, a trip to Turin, and most certainly check out annual Mountain Gourmet Ski Experience hosted by Michelin-starred chef and gastronomic genius Heston Blumenthal. 

Getting There: Flight to Turin or Geneva, followed by 90-minute drive. 

Accommodation: Please get in touch with our travel experts for the best options.

Ski On Top Of The World

Located on the ceiling of the Alpine peaks, Italy’s ski region offers a panoramic view of some of the most stunning sights you can lay your eyes on. In many ways, you can expect a near perfect winter holiday with warm sun, family-friendly activities, and gorgeous downhill slopes. So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and get ready for your dream ski holiday in Italy.

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