Italy Ski Weekends
If you want to try something different with a ski weekend, why not give Italy a shot? Italy has massive diverse ski areas, quieter slopes and untouched Alpine villages; a nice change from the busy queues in France. Just because it’s further away doesn’t mean it takes any longer to get to the resorts either. Flight times are short and the resorts are only one to two hours from the airports, making it a prime weekend skiing spot. Italy is perfect for those looking for a short break filled with breathtaking scenery, incredible cuisine and, of course, action-packed skiing.
Good To Know
- Flight time: 2 hours
- Currency: Euros
Why Choose A Ski Weekend
- Short transfers
- Snow-sure skiing
- Time-friendly flights
- Minimum annual leave
Why Choose Italy
Italy has brilliant skiing areas such as the vast Dolomiti Superski, the magnificent Aosta Valley and the beautiful Monterosa. Not only are the slopes much quieter but they are also a lot more scenic than most other ski areas in the Alps. The mountains are also incredibly snowsure, with lots of slopes above 3,000m and world-class snowmaking facilities. Locals are welcoming and the villages have a traditional charm; prices in Italy are also more respectable and you can look forward to paying a much smaller fee with no cost to quality.
Skiers with a desire for luxury will find lots of options in Italy. Here you will be able to find five-star luxury properties that exude grandeur and Michelin-starred restaurants serving mouth-watering fayre. Our 4-night luxury breaks to Courmayeur’s Hotel Le Massif or Cortina’s Hotel Europa are perfect for those looking to spend a weekend indulging on the finer things in life. Our experts have also carefully selected a number of other exclusive properties that deliver a top-quality short break experience.
Groups of skiers will be well catered for in Italy. The resorts have a lot to offer with extremely diverse skiing suitable for all abilities and large, quiet areas with plenty of cruising terrain. Many of the resorts are south-facing too, so you can look forward to more sunny, cloudless days during your weekend. Italy is also the best for groups skiing on a budget; eating on-and-off the mountain is extremely affordable and you can also find a lively après and social scene here.
How do our short breaks work?
- Select a ski weekend in Italy package made by our ski experts
- Tailor-make your Italian holiday by choosing convenient flights
- Collect your pre-booked lift pass as soon as you arrive in resort
- Enjoy a 4 night ski weekend in an amazing Italian destination
Italian Ski Weekend Resorts
Only around one hour from Verona, Alpe Cimbra is a brilliant ski resort perfect for groups looking for a relaxing ski weekend away.
3 Zinnen Dolomites
Part of the extensive Dolomiti Superski, 3 Zinnen is a superb ski resort with amazing scenery, night skiing and a lively après scene.
Cortina is a stylish resort nestled in the Dolomites. The resort is perfect for those looking for a luxury destination teeming with great dining and après options.
Only one and a half hours from Geneva, this charming town delivers everything from exquisite cuisine and luxury hotels to fantastic skiing around Mont Blanc.
A hidden gem in the Aosta Valley, Pila is great for all abilities of skiers; it is an excellent ski weekend for groups looking for quiet slopes and great snow.
Part of the famous Sella Ronda circuit, Colfosco is a village surrounded by mesmerising Dolomites mountains. Great for relaxing weekends.
Gressoney is full of traditional Italian charm; this small, tranquil village is in the Monterosa and has access to a fantastic ski area.
Part of the Espace San Bernardo and only two hours from Geneva, this resort is perfect for diverse skiing and also shares the area with French town La Rosière
A perfect destination for those looking for a relaxing weekend away filled with great skiing. La Villa is also a goldmine for brilliant restaurants.