Cervinia Reviews

Cervinia is a ski resort in Italy. You can view more Cervinia ski reviews or write your own review.

Average ratings from 11 reviews

Overall
(4.4 / 5)
Apres-Ski
(3.3 / 5)
Accommodation & Value
(0 / 5)

Customer Reviews


Very windy Cervinia! - 02/03/2020
Overall

Cervinia has plenty of runs and access to Zermatt on a fine sunny day, however, it’s very high and so suffers high winds so this can disrupt lifts going up which we experienced ten fold which kind of ruined our holiday. I wouldn’t return for that reason unfortunately.

Apres-Ski 3/5

Tessa Manning

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Great holiday - 17/02/2020
Overall

We wanted to try somewhere different for a change and Cervinia was a brilliant choice. A good variety of cruisy blues and pleasant reds from 2000 metres up to 3500 m. Plenty of sunshine but some lifts closed a couple of days due to high winds courtesy of storm Ciara so we couldn't get up to the very top or over the border from Italy to Zermatt in Switzerland but enough to keep us busy all week. The town is full of little restaurants and fashion shops, a different experience from the large (and efficient) purpose built resorts in France. The service in the ski hire shop (Cervinia 2001) was just amazing - so friendly and helpful, highly recommended.

Apres-Ski 4/5

Chris Ball

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Fantastic Skiing in Italy and Switzerland in 1 day! - 31/05/2019
Overall

Cervinia is fantastic for early season - late season skiing due to altitude! It is one of the resorts that you can rely on to be "snow sure". The runs on the Cervinia side vary from nice long blue runs to harder red runs and if you are looking for more difficult skiing you have the benefit of skiing in Zermatt as the resorts are connected, crossing a boarder on skis... Pretty cool! The village has the normal shops and restaurants every resort has and some good bars on the piste however, there are better places to go if you are looking for lots of apres ski!

Apres-Ski 3/5

Robert Paul
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Great spring skiing destination! - 20/05/2019
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At an altitude of 2100m Cervinia is a great place to ski late season. With access to the Zermatt glacier with the full area lift pass you can guarantee great snow conditions. Cervinia has some great cruisy blues and reds and is a good resort to progress your skiing ability and perfect your turns. There are a couple of great watering holes on the way down the mountain. Starting from Chalet Plantorrette for an amazing pizza and dancing on the tables, down to the bar at Principe delle Nevi where you can chill on the terrace in from of the outdoor pool and to finish off, skiing down to the Chalet Dragon for happy hour!

Apres-Ski 3/5

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Cervinia - 21/11/2012
Overall

Looking for a snow sure resort all year round look no further than Cervinia. With access to Zermatt ski area without paying the same sky high prices for accommodation. Transfer time to resort is under 2hrs from Turin. The iconic Matterhorn mountain offers an impressive back drop to your skiing There are some serious long runs including the run back from Zermatt which is over 11km Highway 7 on the piste map. Plus with the runs into Valtournenche 1524m from the Plateau Rosa 3480m 22km of skiing heaven Cervinia is not a party town but it is skiing you like this is the place for you. With 29 peaks over 4000m you can see why this ski area is a must for any serious ski enthusiast.

Apres-Ski 2/5

Nigel Oconnell
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