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Great value half board ski break in Bormio

Overview
Location
Accommodation
Getting There

This exceptional value ski break offers half board accommodation at the charming 2 star Hotel Giardino located close to both the ski area and the pretty town centre. The Bormio and Valleys ski pass includes 3 resorts: Bormio, Santa Caterina Valfurva and Oga/Valdidentro, which though not linked are all close by and well worth exploring using the fee ski bus service that operates between the three. Bormio is a spa town famous for its thermal waters, and there are 3 thermal spas to choose from to visit during your stay, ideal for soothing aching muscles! All in all a gem of a ski holiday

PDF Download: Bormio & Valleys piste map

Highlights

  • Ski from 3012m altitude down to 1225m, one of the longest non-stop runs you will ever do, and the setting for the annual 'peak to creek' ski race open to all which takes part in January.
  • Visit the romantic Bagni Vecchi thermal spa and enjoy a stunning view of the snowy valley from the naturally heated thermal outdoor pool
  • Try some of the excellent local wines from the Valtellina area

Included

  • 7 night stay at Hotel Giardino**, Bormio
  • Half Board Basis
  • 6 day Bormio & Valleys ski pass
  • 6 days basic ski/boot rental
  • 10% discount at the Bagni Vecchi and Bagni Nuovi thermal spas

Excluded

  • Any meals other than those specified
  • Drinks
  • Local taxes where applicable
  • Anything else not specified above

Bormio (1225m) is a beautiful spa town and ski resort located in the Alta Valtellina just north east of Lake Como and close to the Swiss border.

Ideal for skiers and non skiers alike, it offers a pretty, historic town centre, an indoor ice skating rink, excellent restaurants for all budgets, and three thermal spa centres - from the historic Bagni Vecchi which dates back to Ancient Roman times, to the Bormio Terme with its indoor and outdoor swimming pools, waterslide for kids and 'thermarium' spa for adults.

Bormio is a great resort for intermediate skiers, who can ski nonstop from 3012m down to the town at 1225m, a real leg burner but well worth it; the final run into the town is the famous Stelvio piste, which has hosted world cup races and finals, as well as the world championships twice. Those who don’t fancy this steep, challenging piste can ski down along a more forgiving blue run. The resort offers 50km of pistes, including 5 blue runs, 6 red runs and 2 black runs, served by 15 lifts (1 gondola, 1 cable car, 5 chair lifts, 4 drag lifts and 4 magic carpets), queues are rare. There is also a small snowpark and a large freeride area.

The Bormio & Valli ski pass also includes Santa Caterina and the Oga/Valdidentro ski areas, easily reached by car or bus, for over 100km of pistes and some superb freeride areas. Livigno is an hour away by bus/car and is included on the Alta Valtellina ski pass (which also includes Bormio and Valleys).

Après ski

Explore the historic town centre, with its medieval churches, upmarket shops, café bars and restaurants. For those who are interested in history and the local area there is the civic museum and the mineralogical museum.

A visit to the Bagni Vecchi (old baths) or Bagni Nuovi (new baths) spa is a must, you can spend the whole day there or just go after skiing one afternoon and soothe aching muscles.

Other activities include ice skating, husky dog sledging in nearby Arnoga, night skiing once a week, swimming at Bormio Terme, snowshoe excursions, cross country skiing, the Bernina train to St. Moritz, and much more.

There are a number of good restaurants around Bormio, from rustic family run restaurants offering traditional local fare, to more refined choices (including one with a Michelin star), and of course a number of pizzerias.

Hotel Giardino

This small, family run two star hotel is of a very good standard and offers simple yet cosy wood furnished rooms. It enjoys a peaceful setting close to the ski area (it is possible to ski straight back down to the hotel, depending on snow conditions!) and just 200m from the historic town centre.

All rooms come complete with telephone, TV, bathroom with shower, hairdryer. Balcony on request, 3rd and 4th beds available in some rooms, contact us for details.

The charming dining room is furnished in pine for a traditional Alpine feel, and you can enjoy a variety of local and national dishes and wines.

Nearest Airport: Milan Bergamo (Orio Al Serio) – 150km / 3 hours

Other airports: Milan Linate, Milan Malpensa, Innsbruck

By Car

Exit Orio al serio, follow signs for Lovere, then Edolo-Passo del Tonale. At Edolo, turn left at the crossroads and continue on to Aprica then Tirano via the Aprica Pass and follow signs to Bormio.

Alternatively take the road alongside Lake Como following signs to Lecco, then to Colico, Sondrio, Tirano, Bormio. This route is straighter than the first and there are no winding mountain passes.

By Public Transport

You can either take a bus direct from the airport to Bormio with Livignoexpress.com, or take a bus to Bergamo train station then the train to Tirano (changing at Lecco), then take a bus to Bormio with busperego.com.

By Private Transfer

Taxi available outside airport. Private transfer available on request after main booking.

Overview

This exceptional value ski break offers half board accommodation at the charming 2 star Hotel Giardino located close to both the ski area and the pretty town centre. The Bormio and Valleys ski pass includes 3 resorts: Bormio, Santa Caterina Valfurva and Oga/Valdidentro, which though not linked are all close by and well worth exploring using the fee ski bus service that operates between the three. Bormio is a spa town famous for its thermal waters, and there are 3 thermal spas to choose from to visit during your stay, ideal for soothing aching muscles! All in all a gem of a ski holiday

Highlights

  • Ski from 3012m altitude down to 1225m, one of the longest non-stop runs you will ever do, and the setting for the annual 'peak to creek' ski race open to all which takes part in January.
  • Visit the romantic Bagni Vecchi thermal spa and enjoy a stunning view of the snowy valley from the naturally heated thermal outdoor pool
  • Try some of the excellent local wines from the Valtellina area

Included

  • 7 night stay at Hotel Giardino**, Bormio
  • Half Board Basis
  • 6 day Bormio & Valleys ski pass
  • 6 days basic ski/boot rental
  • 10% discount at the Bagni Vecchi and Bagni Nuovi thermal spas

Excluded

  • Any meals other than those specified
  • Drinks
  • Local taxes where applicable
  • Anything else not specified above
Location

Location

Bormio (1225m) is a beautiful spa town and ski resort located in the Alta Valtellina just north east of Lake Como and close to the Swiss border.

Ideal for skiers and non skiers alike, it offers a pretty, historic town centre, an indoor ice skating rink, excellent restaurants for all budgets, and three thermal spa centres - from the historic Bagni Vecchi which dates back to Ancient Roman times, to the Bormio Terme with its indoor and outdoor swimming pools, waterslide for kids and 'thermarium' spa for adults.

Bormio is a great resort for intermediate skiers, who can ski nonstop from 3012m down to the town at 1225m, a real leg burner but well worth it; the final run into the town is the famous Stelvio piste, which has hosted world cup races and finals, as well as the world championships twice. Those who don’t fancy this steep, challenging piste can ski down along a more forgiving blue run. The resort offers 50km of pistes, including 5 blue runs, 6 red runs and 2 black runs, served by 15 lifts (1 gondola, 1 cable car, 5 chair lifts, 4 drag lifts and 4 magic carpets), queues are rare. There is also a small snowpark and a large freeride area.

The Bormio & Valli ski pass also includes Santa Caterina and the Oga/Valdidentro ski areas, easily reached by car or bus, for over 100km of pistes and some superb freeride areas. Livigno is an hour away by bus/car and is included on the Alta Valtellina ski pass (which also includes Bormio and Valleys).

Après ski

Explore the historic town centre, with its medieval churches, upmarket shops, café bars and restaurants. For those who are interested in history and the local area there is the civic museum and the mineralogical museum.

A visit to the Bagni Vecchi (old baths) or Bagni Nuovi (new baths) spa is a must, you can spend the whole day there or just go after skiing one afternoon and soothe aching muscles.

Other activities include ice skating, husky dog sledging in nearby Arnoga, night skiing once a week, swimming at Bormio Terme, snowshoe excursions, cross country skiing, the Bernina train to St. Moritz, and much more.

There are a number of good restaurants around Bormio, from rustic family run restaurants offering traditional local fare, to more refined choices (including one with a Michelin star), and of course a number of pizzerias.

Accommodation

Accommodation

Hotel Giardino

This small, family run two star hotel is of a very good standard and offers simple yet cosy wood furnished rooms. It enjoys a peaceful setting close to the ski area (it is possible to ski straight back down to the hotel, depending on snow conditions!) and just 200m from the historic town centre.

All rooms come complete with telephone, TV, bathroom with shower, hairdryer. Balcony on request, 3rd and 4th beds available in some rooms, contact us for details.

The charming dining room is furnished in pine for a traditional Alpine feel, and you can enjoy a variety of local and national dishes and wines.

Getting There

Getting There

Nearest Airport: Milan Bergamo (Orio Al Serio) – 150km / 3 hours

Other airports: Milan Linate, Milan Malpensa, Innsbruck

By Car

Exit Orio al serio, follow signs for Lovere, then Edolo-Passo del Tonale. At Edolo, turn left at the crossroads and continue on to Aprica then Tirano via the Aprica Pass and follow signs to Bormio.

Alternatively take the road alongside Lake Como following signs to Lecco, then to Colico, Sondrio, Tirano, Bormio. This route is straighter than the first and there are no winding mountain passes.

By Public Transport

You can either take a bus direct from the airport to Bormio with Livignoexpress.com, or take a bus to Bergamo train station then the train to Tirano (changing at Lecco), then take a bus to Bormio with busperego.com.

By Private Transfer

Taxi available outside airport. Private transfer available on request after main booking.

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