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Ski holiday in Val d’Isarco – Various ski areas right around the corner

Ski region Gitschberg/Val Giovo

Ski region Gitschberg/Val Giovo

The ski region Gitschberg/Val Giovo is a real insider tip in South Tyrol and counts among the most family-friendly ski areas in Italy. Far away from the touristic mainstream, here you will find perfect snow conditions and modern ski lifts. You may hop on the free ski bus directly in front of our house and comfortably reach the slopes.

Ski holidays on Mount Plose

Ski holidays on Mount Plose

The ski area on Mount Plose offers approximately 43 kilometres of fantastic slopes for all experience levels. No matter if you prefer skiing or snowboarding: Here you will find the ideal slope and loads of winter fun. Furthermore, ice skating and curling guarantee plenty of fun during a ski vacation in Val d’Isarco.

The ski region Plan de Corones


The beautiful holiday region Plan de Corones in Val Pusteria offers you countless possibilities for skiing, tobogganing, snowshoe hiking, cross-country skiing and much more. It does not matter if you are a beginner or already an experienced winter athlete – here, each guest will find the perfect leisure activity. Enjoy many hours of sunlight while sliding through a truly enchanting winter scenery.

The ski region Val Gardena – S. Cristina and Selva di Gardena


You will definitely enjoy pure winter fun at the village of S. Cristina in the ski region of Val Gardena. The ski areas Val Gardena and Alpe di Siusi are well-known among all winter sport enthusiasts. With a bit of luck, you might even meet one of the world famous ski legends during your ski holiday in South Tyrol.


By the way: The ski area Val Gardena is part of the Dolomiti Superski – the world’s biggest ski network. A true paradise for all snow lovers!


The ski area Alta Badia


Alta Badia is a sunny valley surrounded by gentle slopes and majestic peaks: The Sella mountain range, the Sassongher or the Sasso Croce are well-known among winter athletes and offer great skiing conditions. No matter if you are young or old: The 130 kilometres of snow-safe slopes provide the perfect variety for any experience level and preference. Moreover, the Alta Badia is the ideal connection point to the “Sella Ronda”.

Dolomiti Superski


Dolomiti Superski: A unique way to discover the UNESCO World Heritage! 500 km of connected slopes around the Massiccio del Sella and over 1200 km of slopes in 12 regions – this is the Dolomiti Superski! Here you will find everything you can wish for: Modern ski lifts and ski cannons, romantic mountain huts and many offers for the entire family.

The Sella Ronda


The Sella Ronda is a fantastic experience for more experienced skiers. Circle the Sella mountain range in the Italian Alps without ever having to remove your skis. You can actually cover over 40 km per day and while doing so, cross four Dolomites passes. Doesn’t this sound wonderful?