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Major resorts in Italy

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Alagna

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Alagna is a peaceful farming village on the far eastern fringes of the Monterosa ski area. The old wooden buildings and quiet streets make it feel distinctly different from the conventional ski resort.…

Arabba

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Arabba is a small, quiet village diagonally opposite Selva on the Sella Ronda circuit, with steep, shady local slopes – some of the most challenging terrain in the region. Off the circuit, the Marmolada…

Bardonecchia

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Bustling market-town in a pleasant valley near Turin, with uncrowded cruising on two separate areas

Bormio

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One on its own, this: a tall, narrow mountain above a very unusual, historic town – a spa as well as a ski resort

Canazei

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Canazei is a sizeable town in Trentino’s Val di Fassa – a fabulously scenic region that is rather neglected by the British. The cobbled streets, modern hotels and traditional-style buildings are attractively…

Cervinia

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If there is a better resort than Cervinia for those who like easy cruising in spring sunshine, we have yet to find it. And then there’s more easy cruising on the gentlest of Zermatt’s slopes just over…

Champoluc

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Champoluc is popular with Italian weekenders from Milan and Turin, but is hardly heard of on the international market. As a result, it retains a friendly, small-scale, unspoiled Italian ambience. The village…

Cortina d’Ampezzo

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There is nowhere quite like Cortina. A famous racing town and host of the 1956 Olympics, it certainly has some serious skiing. But it is also Italy’s most fashionable resort, and many visitors take their…

Corvara

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Corvara is our favourite base in this area – central to the Alta Badia region and well placed on the Sella Ronda circuit. There’s a small piazza, but the rest of the place is spread out down a gently…

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