If it’s value for money you’re looking for as well as lively après-ski and fantastic food, Italy ski holidays are hard to beat. Italy’s skiing spreads from the French border in the west, to the stunning Dolomites in the east, with French, Italian and German spoken in different areas. Italy’s ski resorts span some of the world’s great domains, with the Dolomiti SuperSki region and the Milky Way offering hundreds of kilometres of lift-linked slopes.
An Italian ski holiday will be as much about the eating and drinking as it will be about the skiing. And not surprisingly it makes an ideal family destination as children are made to feel welcome everywhere.
The main areas are all based within the Dolomiti Superski region, a 2,000km playground of awesome slopes perfect for intermediate skiiers and boarders:
Currently we’re unable to organise airport transfers for your skiing trip to Italy.Here are some pointers to get you going: By air to Innsbruck, Milan or Venice then either by road (www.flyskishuttle.com or coach transfers are available through www.trentinoviaggi.net), by rail (timetables in English can be planned at www.oebb.at to Bozen/Bolzano then local bus to Sorago via Val di Fassa www.sad.it) or by car (main access points to the valley coming from the A22, Brennero motorway Ora/Egna exit: SS 48 delle Dolomiti – Passo San Lugano – Val di Fiemme – Val di Fassa (distance 45 km). New ring road from Moena to Val di Fassa. Bolzano Nord exit: SS 241 Grande Strada delle Dolomiti – Passo Costalunga – Val di Fassa. Distance is 37 km).