Ski Resorts in Italy
Often overlooked, ski Italy and get friendly skiing and snowboarding in some fabulous resorts in whichever Italian ski area you choose. There's reliable snow, excellent food and of course the Italian après-ski activities. Our objective ski resort guides will help you decide where to go as they cover travel, transfers, accommodation and of course the slopes themselves.
What's the Atmosphere Like?
Many Italian ski resorts offer sophisticated nightlife to cater for the stylish Italian city crowds that flood in at the weekends for their skiing and snowboarding fix. Some of the most stylish ski resorts include Cortina, Madonna di Campiglio and Courmayeur. But most Italian ski resorts offer great eating and drinking and mountain restaurants that are far superior to what you may have experienced before.
How Many Resorts Are There?
Italian ski resorts spread from the Italian Alps where they border France and Switzerland, through to the magnificent Dolomites in the east where they border Austria and Switzerland. In total there are something like 254 ski resorts. We obviously don't review them all, but we do guide you through the main resorts we think are worth checking out.
What's It Like To Stay Here?
Accommodation in Italian ski resorts is the usual combination of hotels, chalets and apartments. However, the Italians really like their ski hotels and you will find a good quality of hotel with usually good food on offer.
Who Is It Best For?
Overall Italian ski resorts are best for beginners and intermediates. they are also great for families. Something else to consider though is that Italy's ski resorts often also allow you to ski over into other countries. A good example of this is Cervinia which is lift linked to Zermatt in Switzerland.
How Do I Get Here?
You have a good choice of airports within Italy and due to its borders in airports like Innsbruck. One good airport to look at is Bolzano which gets you right in to the heart of the Dolomites. Milan Linate is also a good option.