Ski Holidays in Italy

If you go on an Italian ski holiday, you’ll most likely end up in one of two main regions; the Italian Alps which border France and Switzerland or the Dolomites which border Austria and Switzerland. Wherever you choose, you’ll find a recurrence of jaw dropping scenery, incredible dining on and off the mountain and skiing to rival anywhere else in the world.

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Skiing in Italy

Home to some of the world’s largest ski areas, Italian ski resorts also compete with their French, Austrian and Swiss counterparts in terms of snow quality, mountain scenery, ski schools, modern lift systems and everything else that you look for on the slopes.

The Dolomites Ski Area

The Dolomites are twice the size of any other ski area in Europe with 1220km of pistes meaning your lift pass is amazing value for money. You have the option to ski in 12 resorts during your stay and the terrain is ideal for the intermediate skier.

Milky Way Ski Area

The famous Milky Way ski area of the Italian Alps offers 400km of skiing (that’s larger than Tignes-Val d’Isere) and encompasses 6 resorts, each with their own unique character, including the well-known après hotspot resort of Sauze D’Oulx and the challenging runs of the high-altitude Sestriere.

Italian Cuisine on the Slopes

An Italian ski holiday regards lunch and skiing in equal measure. You won’t just find some of the best runs you’ve ever skied in Italy, you’ll also be blown away by the quality of cuisine and the rich variety of restaurants offering a truly unique ski-gastronomy experience.


Ski Resorts in Italy

Sauze D’Oulx

Sitting at 1500m, Sauze (pronounced “saow-zee doo”), is a firm favourite for Brits skiing in Italy. Its reputation for some of the best après ski in Europe is well deserved and the skiing is great for intermediates.

Sestriere

As the highest resort in the Milky Way, Sestriere features some of the most challenging skiing, with steeper slopes and consistently the most snow per year in the area. Ideal if straight-up skiing is your modus operandi.

Selva Val Gardena

With its distinct Tyrollean charm, Val Gardena is a feature resort of the famous Sella Ronda ski circuit. Offering stunning views of the Dolomites, the combination of tree-lined and high alpine slopes are truly excellent.

Corvara & Colfosco

Neighbouring ski villages in the Sella Ronda joined by the Borest gondola, Corvara and Colfosco are are great choices for beginner skiers with their casual cruisey slopes and vibrant yet laid-back resort vibe.

Arabba

Don’t let the size of this small ski village at the foot of the Marmolada massif deter you. Arabba features easy access to challenging ski terrain from a charming, quaint resort – overall, a traditional Italian ski experience in the truest sense.

Madonna Di Campiglio

Quintessentially Italian in every way, from its boutique shops to sophisticated nightlife, decadent dining to the immaculately groomed slopes. Madonna di Campiglio is a fantastic ski resort in the 380km Superskirama ski area.


Ski Accommodation in Italy

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Ski Resorts in Italy

  • Arabba Village, Italy

    Arabba

    Nestled in the shadow of the Marmolada massif this unassuming ski village features easy access to challenging ski terrain from a charming, quaint resort. Retaining as much Italian ski heritage as poss …

  • Alta Badia Skiing - copyright IDM Südtirol - Alex-Filz

    Corvara & Colfosco

    The twin resorts of Corvara and Colfosco, joined by the Borest gondola are located on a sunny plateau with an ideal location to access the Sellaronda and the rest of the Dolomiti Superski Area. Both f …

  • Madonna di Campiglio

    A secluded mountain town in the Val Redena area of the Italian Dolomites home to varied and extensive ski runs and a chic pedestrianised resort centre, both featuring many options to enjoy fine food a …

  • Alta Badia Mountains - copyright IDM Südtirol - Alex Filz

    Selva Val Gardena

    With its distinct Tyrollean charm, Val Gardena is a feature resort of the famous Sella Ronda ski circuit. Offering stunning views of the Dolomites, the combination of tree-lined and high alpine slopes …

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