Skiing in Italy is a great choice for those looking for a laid-back, family-friendly atmosphere, excellent food, and good value. Pistes are generally wide and not too challenging, great for beginners and intermediates, and lift queues are rare outside of high season and weekends.
Mountain restaurants cost less here than in France, Austria and Switzerland and offer cuisine that many would agree is the best in the Alps! From filling local pasta specialities to wood-fired pizza, there is something for everyone and children are warmly welcomed everywhere.
We offer a range of ski holidays in Italy to suit all requirements and abilities.
Beginners will love the quiet slopes of Maniva, Aprica and Montecampione, while more experienced skiers will enjoy the extra mileage in Livigno, Champoluc and Madonna di Campiglio.
Those looking for a quick getaway can head to Maniva, Spiazzi, Folgaria or Presolana, all under 2 hours from the nearest airport.
If you like to mix ski and spa, then try the charming resort of Bormio which boasts 3 thermal spa centres!
Short ski break in Champoluc
Ski the fantastic Monterosa ski area, perfect for intermediates and under 2 hours from Turin airportView
Budget half board ski break in Bormio
A superb value ski break in beautiful Bormio - ski 3 different resorts on one pass!View
Luxury Bormio Ski Break
Ski, relax and unwind at the 4* Palace Hotel Wellness & Beauty in Bormio, complete with spa and poolView
All ages / Not applicable
Ski Holiday in Tarvisio and Sella
A great short ski break in North-Eastern Italy, easily reached from a number of airportsView
Flights to Italy
Our packages don’t include flights, meaning you have greater choice and flexibility when booking your holiday.
Our Italian ski holidays are located close to the airports of Milan, Bergamo, Turin and Verona.
Some of our packages, like Presolana, include airport transfers, while others can be booked separately; just contact us for a quote.
If you plan to hire a car then please remember to ask the hire company to provide snow tyres and/or chains, a legal requirement in the Italian Alps in the winter.
If you would like to learn to ski in Italy or brush up on your skills, then just let us know and we can help you book lessons at your chosen resort. A private 1-hour lesson for one person usually costs in the region of € 40 – 45 depending on the day of the week or high/low season. For ski breaks at Christmas, New Year and February half term we recommend booking in advance.
Whether you prefer half board, b&b or self-catering, we have something to suit you – if you’re stuck on where to go just contact us for inspiration!
5 good reasons to choose Italy for your next ski holiday
Great value – Aside from high profile resorts like Madonna di Campiglio, Italy is generally cheaper in terms of accommodation, lift pass and après ski/dining out.
Great food – You won’t get better food anywhere in the Alps, that’s a fact.
Child friendly – Children always receive a friendly welcome wherever they go in Italy
Laid-back atmosphere – Resorts are often quiet outside of weekends, with little to no queuing at the lifts meaning you can relax and get in some nice wide turns!
Flexibility – Most of our Italian ski breaks are pretty flexible in terms of arrival and departure dates – if you can’t decide which is best for you or have any special requests then contact us for a tailor-made quote