Ski from the slopes right to the door of your hotel
Enjoy various slopes, from easy green, runs for beginners to World Cup runs
Valley is connected to more than 500 kilometres of pistes
Pristine nature turns Val Gardena into a true winter fairytale
Accommodation with breakfast in 3/4/5-star hotel/chalet
Daily ski pass
Situated in the majestic Dolomites, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage site, Val Gardena is a winter sports haven, offering a diverse skiing experience for both beginners and seasoned skiers.
As part of the Dolomiti Superski network, Val Gardena provides access to 12 different ski areas with a single pass, including the family-friendly Alpe di Siusi.
The charming village of Selva Val Gardena is the starting point for the famous Sellaronda ski carousel and offers access to over 500 kilometres of slopes. Not to forget, the renowned Giant Slalom course is here for those seeking an adrenaline rush.
Beyond skiing, the “Burning Dolomites” phenomenon enchants visitors with breathtaking sunsets, while winter hikes and cross-country skiing offer alternative adventures.
At Ski Holidays Italy, we take care of everything for you, from booking accommodations to securing ski passes. Our goal is to provide you with a seamless and hassle-free vacation experience. Our team offers round-the-clock support to ensure your stay in Val Gardena is memorable and worry-free.
If you’re passionate about winter sports and seek a mix of adventure and relaxation, then Val Gardena in the Dolomites is your dream destination.
During your ski holiday, you’ll be comfortably accommodated in one of our handpicked ski chalets, nestled in the heart of Italy’s top ski resorts. Each chalet is selected for its blend of comfort, luxury, and proximity to the ski slopes, ensuring you have a memorable stay.
Our ski holidays are open to all ages. We cater to a diverse clientele, from families with young children to couples and solo travellers. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to experience the joy of skiing in Italy’s beautiful resorts.
Skiing is a physical activity, but it’s also about having fun. Our ski holidays are designed to cater to all fitness levels. Whether you’re a seasoned skier or a beginner, we have ski packages that will suit your abilities and ensure you have a fantastic time on the slopes.
For your ski holiday, we recommend packing warm clothing, including thermal layers, a high-quality ski jacket and pants, gloves, and a hat. Ski boots, goggles, and a helmet are also essential for safety on the slopes. If you don’t have your own ski equipment, don’t worry. We can assist you with arranging rental equipment at the resort.
Our ski packages are comprehensive, covering your accommodations and ski passes. However, some costs are not included in the package price. These include international airfare, transfers, travel and sports insurance, and meals and drinks unless otherwise specified. Additionally, a small tourist tax imposed by local authorities in Italy is also not included. It is usually paid directly at the accommodation.
Absolutely! We welcome skiers of all skill levels. Our ski holidays include resorts that are beginner-friendly, featuring gentle slopes and ski schools for those new to the sport. Our team of experts will help you choose the right destination that matches your skill level.
The tourist tax is a nominal fee imposed by local authorities in Italy. This fee is used to fund local tourism infrastructure and services, contributing to the upkeep and enhancement of the resorts. The rate varies by location and is typically paid directly at your accommodation.
Our ski holidays offer more than just skiing. Italy’s ski resorts are brimming with a range of activities, from snowboarding and ice skating to winter hiking and wellness spas. If you’re interested in exploring these activities, we can help you arrange them as part of your ski holiday.
The prime time for skiing in Italy is from December to April when the ski resorts are beautifully blanketed in snow. However, some high-altitude resorts offer skiing opportunities as late as May, extending the ski season for those who wish to enjoy the slopes a little longer.
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