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  • Visiting Bard: A Tiny Village With A Big Attraction

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    Bard in the stunning Provincia di Aosta is a tiny little village of just 135 residents. However, despite its small size – or perhaps because of it – it boasts some of the most picture postcard perfect sites and sights in Italy. Thanks... continue

  • Camping Parco International Touring – Sarre: Quietude, Family Fun and Fresh Mountain Air

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    Situated on the banks of Dora Baltea, which is a tributary of Italy’s longest river, Po River, lies a quiet and peaceful camping ground that suits both families and singles. Named as Camping Parco International Touring, it lies near Sarre, a... continue

  • Monterosa Ski: the perfect winter destination

    written by Emilio Aronica

    For a holiday in the midst of glorious mountains, breathtaking views and the quiet serenity of the best that nature has to offer, then Monterosa Ski is the perfect choice for you and your family. The snow covered slopes of Ski Monterosa... continue

  • Venture to Valtournenche

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Valtournenche is a haven for adventurers and nature lovers alike. Burrowed deep in the Aosta Valley region of the Italian Alps, this mountainside town has so much to offer. Home to some of the highest peaks in Europe, Valtournenche is... continue

  • The Aosta Valley: Cheese and Wine High in the Mountains

    written by Emilio Aronica

    The Aosta Valley is Italy's smallest region, high in the Alps bordering France and Switzerland. Its neighbouring Italian region is Piedmont, with which it shares a love of rich meaty stews and heavy use of cream and butter in many dishes,... continue

  • Countryside holidays in Aosta Valley: hills and villages

    written by Emilio Aronica

    With its majestic peaks and snow covered mountains Aosta Valley is a paradise for winter sports enthusiasts and anyone who loves the great outdoors. You will be thrilled by the views trekking through the Pavillon du Mont Frety Natural Oasis, the... continue

  • Take your perfect break in nature at Hotel De Gletscher in Gressoney La Trinité

    written by Emilio Aronica

    At the 3 Star Hotel De Gletscher in Gressoney everyone can find their oasis of peace, tranquillity and relaxation. The Hotel, a recently refurbished establishment in the beautiful Alpine valley of Lys, at the foot of the Monte Rosa, the second... continue

  • Art and Culture Holidays in Valle d'Aosta

    written by Emilio Aronica

    A realm of castles and monuments, the spectacular and charming region of Valle d'Aosta offers an exciting break from your everyday lifestyle. This region is abundant with castles and intriguing historic structures, most of which date back... continue

  • Mountain holidays in Aosta Valley

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Visitors to the mountains in Aosta Valley will discover stunning mountain and glacier landscapes, history, outdoor activities as well as a selection of ski resorts and traditional villages. The most well known and tallest mountain peaks are Mount... continue

  • Gressoney - La Trinitè, modern and old fashion get together

    written by Cedric Mills

    Gressoney La Trinité is a town of Aosta Valley at the foot of Monte Rosa. We decided to visit this place not only for the renowned beauty of the place and the presence of a fabulous ski area, part of the Monterosa Ski, Gressoney La Trinité is a much... continue

  • Cogne, a paradise for cross country skiing

    written by Andrew adams

    Cogne is a town in the Aosta Valley at the foot of the Gran Paradiso massif. The resort is a popular tourist destination of Valle d'Aosta, a paradise for those who love nordic ski. Cogne was our second new experience of cross country skiing and it... continue

  • Chamois, a mountain without cars!

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    Chamois is perched high on a rocky mountain terrace with a fine southern aspect and it is the smallest of all the Alpine pearls. Only 100 people live in this settlement of unequalled charm 1,815 metres above sea level and directly below the towering... continue

  • Agriturismo Le Reve

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    The Agriturismo Le Rêve is a farmhouse run by a real family of farmers set in the quiet, wild nature of the wood of Plan Gorret, on a terrace which enjoys an enviable view over the Mount Blanc. A typical mountain house, with the colours of white and... continue

  • Auberge de la Maison ****

    written by Italy Visit

    The Hotel Auberge de la Maison is a wonderful resort set in the green town of Entreves, Courmayeur, at the foot of Mont Blanc, in the beautiful scenery of the majestic Italian Alps. You will be warmly welcomed by comfortable hall, which... continue

  • Saint-Rhémy-en-Bosses, a suggestive nordic ski resort

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    Saint Rhemy is a town of Valle d'Aosta, located at about 1,550 meters above sea level in the heart of the Alps of the Aosta Valley. This town is a well-known tourist resort and enjoys a beautiful setting in a very attractivemountain environment .... continue

  • Valsavarenche, it's ski time for everyone

    written by Cedric Mills

    Valsavarenche is a beautiful, very wild, valley surrounded by the National Park of Gran Paradiso. We decided to visit this place to accompany our parents, ski lovers, in a paradise for Nordic skiing, taking advantage of the ease of the ski slopes to... continue

  • Champoluc, an elegant ski resort for everyone!

    written by Andrew adams

    Champoluc is the largest town in the Val d'Ayas, Aosta Valley, inserted in the heart of one of the largest ski resorts in Italy, the Monterosa Ski. A very famous ski resort for generations, the sports activities that can be practiced in Champoluc... continue

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