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Your holiday includes
  • Flights from Gatwick or Manchester
  • Resort transfers
  • Apartment accommodation
  • Self catering facilities
  • Free Wi-Fi
About the apartments
  • Great value for money
  • Spacious & light
  • Well-equipped kitchenette
  • Meal upgrades available
  • Bed linen & towels included
  • Close to resort nightlife
  • 50m to the lifts
About the resort
  • 115km ski area
  • Resort altitude: 1815m
  • Duty-free shopping
  • Ideal for beginners & intermediates
  • Vibrant & bustling nightlife

The Galli Apartments are conveniently located (in the heart of the San Rocco area), spacious and well-maintained, making them the perfect little home away from home for your skiing or snowboarding holiday. They're the ideal size for groups of friends as apartments sleep between two and six people. 


Their location couldn't be better either as you're just 50 metres from the nearest lift and right in the resort centre, making everything on the lively après-ski scene available to you The apartments are also above the fun and lively Marco's bar, so if you fancy a change of scenery or a bite to eat (that you don't have to make yourself), that's the place to go.



From the apartments to…

Nearest lift: 50m

Tuition meeting point: 50m

Resort centre: In the centre (San Rocco)



About the resort

Livigno is a charming, traditional alpine village with a friendly and cosmopolitan vibe right on the Swiss border. It's a vibrant place that's still a bit of a secret to many. It's a resort that has something to please everyone, so you'd better plan your visit before the secret gets out!


The resort itself sits on the valley floor with the ski runs on either side of the town. Even though the 115km runs doesn't sound like much, there's tons to do here. It's more like North America in that you can pretty much ski or snowboard anywhere.



Beginners will be kept happy thanks to the excellent English speaking ski schools while intermediates will relish the large number of blue and red runs. On top of that, the pedestrian centre consists of three kilometres of bars, restaurants and duty-free shops for when you're not carving up the slopes.


The lively après-ski scene suits many tastes. You'll find traditional Italian restaurants serving inexpensive local cuisine, fantastic pizzerias and rockin' bars and pubs for something a bit more exciting. Try Marcos and Daphne's pub for a pint of Guinness, or dance the night away in the resort nightclubs. And of course there's the duty-free shopping - you'll definitely want to leave room in your suitcase on the way out!


Resort stats

Area size: 115km

Resort altitude: 1815m

Skiing altitude: 1815m to 2800m

Number of runs: 75

Range of runs: 26% green/blue, 57% red and 17% black

Lifts: 11 drags, 14 chairs and 6 gondolas

Night skiing: Yes

Cross country trails: 40km

Snowmaking: 80% of runs covered



Food and drink

You have a good amount of choice here. You can cook up whatever you fancy with your very own kitchenette, or upgrade to enjoy bed and breakfast, evening meals or both with the half board option. All of your meals would be taken at the Hotel Galli with its popular Il Cenacolo restaurant next door.  




All of the apartments here come with a kitchenette complete with four-ring hob, a microwave and a kettle, plus there's free Wi-Fi, a TV, and a bathroom with shower and wc. Each apartment is spacious and well-maintained and most have a dishwasher and balcony, too. They've got everything you need to be comfortable when you aren't up the mountain.


There's a deposit of approximately €150 per apartment payable on arrival.



Apartment features

Official rating: ***

Free Wi-Fi

Spacious and well-maintained

Great for groups

Bed linen and towels included

Kitchenette, most with a dishwasher

Microwave and kettle



Travel info

Departure airports: Gatwick or Manchester

Departure day: Saturday

Arrival airport: Innsbruck (in Austria)

Flight duration: 2 hours to 2 hours 15 minutes

Transfer time: approx. 2 hours 30 minutes