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The Dolomites

Ski, eat, repeat

Quite possibly one of the most spectacularly stunning ski areas on the planet – it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site – the Dolomites have a charm all to themselves. Match this with first class skiing, and incredible food (Alta Badia has more than its fair share of Michelin starred restaurants) and you have a recipe for a ski holiday that has everything. The Dolomiti Superski encompasses 12 main ski areas and numerous others, all connected by a vast network of lifts and covered by one pass. The slopes suit beginners and intermediates, with long stretches of picturesque trails, high alpine glaciers and plenty of off piste options and couloirs for experts. The terrain is so vast, you’ll not cover it in a week. Take a guide and explore some of the lesser known routes or book a ski safari. The Dolomites are a great family ski option, and once you’ve been, you’ll most definitely want to return.

Why book with us?

From the moment you book, we’ll make sure that every aspect of your ski holiday is looked after. Not only will we share our honest expertise and advice to make sure you get the most out of your ski holiday, we’ll organise all the finer details, help with ski hire, advise on lessons and even book lunches in your chosen restaurants. Our concierge team will always be on hand for questions, making sure your time is spent doing what you love most. Being on the mountain.

Why Visit?

La Vita Bella – endless pistes, delcious food and inimitable Italian style.

Ski area – 1200km of pistes across the entire region, connected by 450 lifts, the Dolomiti Superski is one of the largest ski areas in the world.                 

Pistes – Home to the famous Sella Ronda, a 40k circular route, taking in four valleys and the villages of Arabba, Alta Badia, Canazei and Val Gardena – with plenty of great food stops on the way. Don’t miss the Hidden Valley – 11km in Alta Badia, with a horse sleigh as the ski lift.

Restaurants – it’s hard to find a reason not to stop for lunch on a sunny terrace. The Dolomites have some of the best restaurants in the Alps – and most of them are exceptional value.

Après ski – the Italians like a party, so whichever village you’re staying in, you’ll find somewhere to take off your skis and enjoy La Dolce Vita.

Unique to the Dolomites – towering limestone peaks that turn pink in the evening.

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