Holidays in the Alps should really be on your travel to-do list! The Alps extend from west to east along the mountain range to the north of Italy and are a perfect place to for sports (skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country in winter, or hiking, biking, and walks in good weather). The Alps are also a perfect place to relax among breath-taking landscapes, cool air, enjoying the delicacies of the territory, visiting the numerous characteristic villages and go shopping. Among the many holidays resorts in the Alps, are very impressive, Bormio, Cervinia, Courmayeur and Livigno, each with its own peculiarities, beauties and offers.
Holidays in the Alps in Bormio
Holidays in the Alps in Bormio make it possible to combinealpine wellness with skiing. Located in Lombardy, in the Alta Valtellina, Bormio is also a famous thermal water resort with three thermal centres attracting many tourists from various parts of Italy and Europe.
Holidays in the Alps in Cervinia
Spend Holidays in the Alps in Cervinia is most certainly a winning choice for those looking to relax or have fun on the snow, both in winter and in spring. At the foot of Monte Cervino (Matterhorn) in north western Italy, on the border with France, the typical ski resort of Cervinia, is distinguished by its elegance and exclusivity, especially for its high altitude (2050 meters above sea level) that allows you to enjoy the late season and the spring snow.
Holidays in the Alps in Courmayeur
Holidays in the Alps in Courmayeur combine sport, relax and nature. Known as the "Pearl of the Alps", this famous and exclusive ski resort, on the border with France, hosts the highest mountain in Italy and in Europe, the Mont Blanc, considered an ideal destination for those who want to practice alpine sports in winter or trekking in the summer among the wonderful landscapes of Val Ferret and Val Veny.
Holidays in the Alps in Livigno
Holidays in the Alps in Livigno in Lombardy are suitable both for athletes, looking for strong emotions on the slopes, and for families with children who want to be in contact with nature, in one of the largest protected areas in Europe.