The low-down on skiing in Italy
A skiing holiday in Italy has it all; a diverse range of resorts with terrain for all abilities, a relaxed and fun ambience, good food, legendary hospitality and some of the best après-ski in the mountains.
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 Badia and Val di Fassa, both of which are in the Dolomites and 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!