Italy is less known ski destination buyer than its neighbors, France, Switzerland and Austria. However, Italy has a first-class mountain resorts, attractive pricing and various apres-ski activities and services.
One of the best known ski areas in Italy is Via Lattea. It has 400 km of slopes and resorts include Claviere, Cesana, Sauze d'Oulx, and Sestriere Sansicario.
The second largest ski area is Dolomiti Superski Italy, where tourists are offered over 1200 km of slopes. Dolomiti Superski resorts include such Folgarida, Val di Fassa, Arraba, Cortina, Selva Val Gardena, Madonna di Campiglio. Here are some of the most beautiful ski resorts in Italy
Selva Val Gardena
Selva Val Gardena in the Dolomites and is one of the most famous and popular ski destinations in Italy. The resort is known for its skiing world championship held here. There are several snow machines, because it is assured throughout the season. In Selva Val Gardena ski practice, hockey, skating, and bowling and billiards.
Alta Badia is a ski destination that combines luxury with beautiful mountain landscapes. The resort consists of 5 villages: Pedraces, Colfosco, Corvara, San Cassiano and La Villa. Tourists find here luxury hotels and several restaurants Michelin. Alta Badia is appreciated and special landscapes.
LuxCortina D'Ampezzo mountain resort has about 144 km of slopes. Cortina D'Ampezzo be successful especially among tourists keen mountain entertainment, shopping and socializing. The resort is less developed in terms of ski facilities, but offers a great atmosphere, with appetizing restaurants, shops of major designers and intense night life.
Claviere is a small resort in Italy, on the border with France. The ski area covers 400 km Montgenevre to Claviere in Italy and France, plus Sauze, Sestriere, Cesana Sansicario and. Claviere boasts the best snow around the region Via Lattea.