We've found 11 resorts in Italy
Cervinia is a modern, high-altitude resort with fabulous long runs with top-to-bottom snow conditions are virtually guaranteed.
This makes it the perfect snow sports playground for beginner and intermediates.
Cortina is a stunning ski resort with 120km of piste linking into the 400km of the Sella Ronda. One of the oldest in Europe it has retained its upmarket finery from the time of Grand Hotels and the views are even better with towering mountains tinged pink at dawn and dusk.
Apres ski is suitably refined with wine bars lining the side streets to the main promenade.
Central to the Alta Badia region and beside the Sella Ronda ski circuit, Corvara is arguably the biggest rival to Selva in terms of access to the best bits of the ski area.
Surrounded by easy slopes, it's the perfect resort to build your skiing confidence surrounded by stunning scenery and fantastic food.
This charming 17th-century spa town offers a great range of intermediate and off piste skiing, with stunning views of Mont Blanc.
The town might be old but the après is young and lively.
This quiet village has crowd-free slopes which are largely above 2000 metres and are north facing so hold the snow well.
The ski slopes are linked with La Rosiere in France, creating the Espace San Bernardo ski area (160 km). Perfect for beginners and intermediates.
Livigno often flies under the radar, but its a resort you need to know about. Boasting 115 km of snow-sure runs, an altitude ranging 1800 - 3000m, full duty free status, and a buzzing apres scene - its no wonder its a chosen host of the upcoming 2026 Winter Olympics.
It’s a traditional and stylish Italian resort with a quiet and relaxing feel to the place, making it perfect for couples and families.
The ski area offers a varied of long and confidence-building runs for intermediate abilities.
The liveliest village in the 400km Milky Way ski area. Plenty of intermediate skiing on your doorstep and a great choice of restaurants both in the resort and on the slopes. The great range of apres bars gives the resort its famously lively nightlife.
This beautiful Italian village is perfect for sports enthusiasts, nature lovers and connoisseurs.
The fantastic local pistes and the huge (1200km) area will satisfy all abilities.
In the centre of the huge Milky Way ski area, Sestriere is surrounded by 400km of slopes with easy access over to the lively resort of Sauze d'Oulx or across the border into French Montgenevre.
A great mix of local slopes, suitable for all abilities, including some tough pistes. High snow-sure slopes and good value for money in the mountain restaurants.
Val di Sole is one of the Alpine valleys with the most abundant snowfall and represents the largest ski region in the western part of Trentino, thanks to its 3 different ski areas.
With a single lift pass, you can ski 270km of slopes and 97 lifts. You won't be short of places to ski.
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