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Italy ski holidays

Ski holidays in Italy do a great job of combining picture-postcard mountain vistas with world-class ski areas, delicious food and drink, a relaxed and laid-back feel, and (no surprises here), some of the very best après-ski in the world.


Italy is home to some huge ski areas including Val di Fassa in the Dolomites with its 1220km of pistes making it the largest ski area in the world. All of that snow is available on just one lift pass! 


The 400km Milky Way area has the party town Sauze d'Oulx as well as one of Italy's highest resorts, Sestrière. Smaller resorts such as Livigno are equally as appealing, particularly with its exceptional terrain and tax-free status! 

Holiday Includes
  • World-class ski areas
  • Incredible scenery
  • Uncrowded slopes (particularly during the week)
  • Great snow records
  • Wonderful après vibes
  • Great cuisine, warm hospitality
Skiing in Italy

Italy is good for...

Everything really. The quality of the ski areas look after all levels of skier and snowboarder, but ski holidays in Italy are so much more. There's great shopping, wonderful food, welcoming people, family-friendly options and superb value, all with classic Italian style.


Stunning scenery. The Dolomites has to be one of the most beautiful ski areas in the world. Around every corner and over every crest is another breathtaking vista that makes you stop and want to take a picture.

Italy ski deals

Italy ski deals

Check out our Italy ski deals and find the perfect holiday that suits you. Choose from a wide range of places to stay as well as some excellent added value offers on lift passes, equipment hire and tuition.


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Long lunches in Italy

Eating like a local

Italian is one of our nation's favourite foods and it tastes so much better in Italy! Indulge in the culture as well as the cuisine and take regular stops for coffee and long lunches to savour the delicious food and wine (but not too much of the latter). 


Like many European countries, you'll find plenty of meats, salads and veggies on the menu. Head to Livigno for Bresaola - an air-dried, salted and spice rubbed beef from Valtellina (try it with a red radicchio di Treviso salad). Another favourite is Strangolopreti, soft and light spinach dumplings made using milk-soaked bread and flour, ideal for afternoon energy.

Italy travel info

Italy travel info

Language: Italian

Currency: Euros

Local time: GMT/BST+1

Flight time from UK: approx. 2 hours

Visa info: A visa is not currently required for UK passport holders