The Aosta Valley may be the smallest region of Italy but it is big in the world of snow-sports.
The Aosta Valley’s strategic location, spectacular mountains, fantastic ski resorts and superb snow record attracts mountain enthusiasts from all over the world. Many fall in love with the area, its people and the added bonus that the food is fabulous and the lifestyle among the more affordable in the Alps and so return season after season.
Located in the Northwest of the country, and bordered by France and Switzerland to the west and north, the Aosta Valley is surrounded by some of the highest peaks in Europe: Cervino, Monte Rosa, Gran Paradiso and the king of them all, Mont Blanc, which at 15,781 feet is the highest mountain in Western Europe and known as the roof of the old Continent.
In the heart of the Alps, the Aosta Valley has a history stretching back to Roman times.
Turin, Milan and Geneva airports are all within easy reach making the Aosta Valley resorts among the easiest to get to from the UK, with lots of travel options.
With all of the resorts in the Aosta Valley now open: Courmayeur, Cervinia, La Thuile, Pila and Monterosa, this magnificent region located right in the heart of the Alps is more than ready to welcome back guests for the highly anticipated 2023/2024 ski season.
Main Image © VALLE D’AOSTA-Dario Mazzoli
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