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Ski holidays in Italy are often overlooked as a ski destination on account of the neighbouring ski meccas of France, Switzerland and Austria; however, Italy has all the ingredients for a perfect skiing holiday, with world class ski resorts, great value ski accommodation and lively apres-ski. Italy also boasts the ski area with the most runs in Europe, the Dolomites Superski area, which includes the resorts of Val Gardena, Corvara, Arabba, Canazei and Val di Fassa.
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Italian ski resorts
With a mixture of old and new, Italian ski resorts delight visitors with their traditional customs. Views of the charming narrow streets with little boutiques offer quaint ski accommodation in Sauze d’Oulx and the pizzerias and trattorias serve delicious local food in Passo Tonale. Italian ski resorts have plenty of bars and discos, so apres-ski, particularly at the weekend is lively.
Ski accommodation in Italy
In Italy there is a good mix of hotels and ski chalets and some apartments. Hotels in Italy are a very popular option and they offer excellent hospitality and cusine. You will find catered chalets in Italian resorts too; they are run on exactly the same basis as in other countries and are a superb option for an informal, relaxed ski holiday. The Italian resorts are also surprisingly some of the quickest to reach when driving to the Alps, Calais to Courmayeur takes just 8 hours.
Ski areas in Italy
The 2 best known ski areas Italy are the Milky Way comprising Cesana, Claviere, Sansicario, Sauze d'Oulx and Sestriere and offering 400km of piste, and the Dolomites Super Ski Area which has over 1200 kms of pistes, not interlinked. The resorts include Selva Val Gardena, Val Di Fassa, Folgarida, Madonna di Campiglio, Alta Badia, Arraba, Alleghe and Cortina, the Sella Ronda is part of the Dolimiti superski area.