Ski Holidays in Selva, Italy
Lying in the heart of the dramatic Dolomites, Val Gardena is famous for its World Cup ski races and Selva is the best known resort in this area, also known as the South Tyrol, with access to much of the Dolomites Superski area as well as the Sella Ronda - a 26km circular tour with well groomed pistes and modern efficient lift systems. The area has extensive snow making facilities, ensuring excellent cover throughout the season.
Breathtaking scenery greets you as you arrive in Selva, a charming Italian skiing village ideally positioned amidst one of the most extensive and panoramic ski areas in Europe. The resort enjoys a marvellous combination of all that is best of both Italian and Austrian traditions, whilst proudly retaining its local Ladino culture. It offers stunning winter walks, testing cross country trails and ice skating, whilst for those looking to enjoy the apres ski, there are several bierkellers, bars and pubs to entertain.
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In Val Gardena there are numerous bars and the atmosphere is always lively and informal. · The popular Saltas Bar and the Luisl Keller and La Bula has lively après ski with a DJ. The energetic head for the Dali disco.
· Ice skating · Cross-country skiing · Heli-skiing · Indoor tennis · Squash, bowling and billiards · Ice hockey matches · Indoor hot spring pool in Ortisei · Ski Boot Bop in Corvara
The local cuisine is a wonderful blend of Austrian and Italian specialities and there is a range of restaurants · The Sal Feur or Miravalle Restaurants, Rino's for scrumptious pizzas and the Scoiattolo for local specialities. The Costabella has a fantastic range of pasta dishes.
· Excursions to Cortina for skiing or shopping · Cleared winter walks · Local art museum open for occasional exhibitions · Wood carving shops.