Main Ski Resorts

Although it is surrounded by the sea, Italy is also a land of mountains: to the North it is embraced by the Alps, while along the Boot it’s crossed by the Apennines. Mountain is synonym with skiing, but also trekking, good food, festivals and well-being. In both summer and winter, tourists staying at a mountain hotel, are welcomed with warmth and feeling: it is so in Courmayeur - the pearl of the Alps, in Merano - renowned for its thermal baths, or in Madonna di Campiglio. Tastes and traditions are different, but the affection is the same in Central and South Italy, on the slopes of the Majella - where one can go skiing while enjoying sea views, on Mount Terminillo – Rome’s mountain, and then down to the Sila plateau in Calabria or on the slopes of mount Etna.

Skiing in the Dolomites is a dream. The ski area Dolomiti Superski awaits you with 1,200 Km of pistes suitable for every level of skier, from experts to cross-country skiers and freestylers. For a holiday on the snow, a hotel in Cortina d'Ampezzo or an accommodation in Val di Fassa are the ideal solutions. Lovers of hiking and trekking, instead, won't be disappointed by the many hotels in Canazei, perfect for walks along the paths in the area

Monterosa Ski, a ski area that attracts for the beauty of the surrounding landscapes from the Val d'Ayas to Valtournenche. Ideal destination for skiing in winter, Monterosa offers several housing solutions, from the hotels in Gressoney close to the slopes to luxury hotels in Cervinia. Lovers of trekking and hiking in the woods can book a hotel near the Monterosa Ski, even during the summer, to enjoy a unique view and a mild climate, away from the heat of the city.

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List of the main mountain resorts in Italy