Enjoy the glamour, fine dining, and apres-ski in the famous Cortina d’Ampezzo
Try out the venue of the Olympic games, World Cup, and James Bond movies
Spend the second half under the Marmolada mountain, the symbol of the Dolomites
Ski in the perfect conditions and on the longest ski run in the Dolomites (12 km)
Daily Dolomiti Superski pass
Accommodation in 3/4* hotel or B&B
On ski Holidays in Cortina d’Ampezzo and under Marmolada, you will experience only the best that the Dolomites have to offer. These holidays are a combination of two very different parts – the first one in luxurious Cortina d’Ampezzo, where Italian glamour is at home. But Cortina isn’t a mecca just for the stars, every year it attracts the biggest names in ski sport with its ski slopes in perfect conditions and state-of-the-art ski lifts.
After three days in Cortina d’Ampezzo, a short transfer to the next valley that lies in the shade of the mighty Marmolada mountain awaits you. There, in the picturesque towns of Arraba or Malga Ciapela, you will find the best conditions to really soak in the beauty of skiing in the Dolomites. The cable car will take you to the highest point in the Dolomites, to 3300 meters above sea level on the Marmolada, where you will feel like the Dolomites are in the palm of your hand.
One of the best views not just in the Dolomites, but in the world will present itself before you. After you soak it in, it will be time for some fun on the ski slopes. La Bellunese ski run is with 12 kilometers the longest in the Dolomites and it will take you to the small, but homely towns of Arabba or Malga Ciapela, depends on which slopes you take.
Villages under Marmolada will be perfect for the second part of your holidays because they are part of the famous Sellaronda ski circuit. This round course, which you can take in a clockwise or counte rclockwise direction, is the main skiing attraction in the Dolomites. With more than 40 kilometers it presents enough of a challenge for every type of skier, but the diversity of the runs means that even if you do not like the expert slopes, you can always find the alternative that will suit you.
On the Sellaronda, every year thousands of skiers try this unique route that not only guaranteed fun for a whole day of skiing, but you can really experience the true beauty of the UNESCO World Heritage site that is the Dolomites.
And in the evening, you will change the luxurious restaurants of Cortina d’Ampezzo for lovely, homely mountain huts with exquisite local cuisine. Want to try local dumplings, kaiserschmarrn or germknödel? You will be in good hands in Arabba.
If you are an avid skier, waiting to try the most challenging ski slopes in the world or a bon vivant that likes to enjoy the local delicacies and combine them with great fun on the snow, ski holidays in Cortina d’Ampezzo and Marmolada will be an experience of a lifetime.
🔵 23.6 km🔴 30.5 km⚫ 9 km
Arabba is known for its excellent snow conditions, longest piste, and the highest point of any resort in the Dolomites. With over 60 kilometers of ski slopes, it offers a wide range of options for skiers of all skill levels. The main attraction is the Marmolada run, named La Bellunese, which is the longest run in the Dolomites and reaches a height of 3269 meters. The slopes are part of the Sella Ronda and Great War ski tours.
🔵 45 km 🔴 55 km ⚫ 20 km
Cortina d’Ampezzo is a renowned ski resort in the Dolomites known for its glamour, ideal slopes, and favorable weather conditions that allow for skiing from November to May. The resort offers over 120 kilometers of ski slopes, catering to both beginners and experienced skiers.
What do James Bond, Olympic Games and superb skiing facilities have in common? The answer is, of course, Cortina d’Ampezzo. This picturesque village is rightfully known as the Pearl of the Dolomites and it offers a lively center of the village, where you can taste the Italian lifestyle in the best way possible. From unparalleled views of the Dolomites to more than 140 kilometers of perfectly prepared ski slopes, Cortina really is a place to be in the Dolomites. Especially if you know how to enjoy life in the Italian way – after a perfect day on the skis with cocktail in your hand, waiting for the delicious dinner that is prepared by the best chefs in the world. That is Cortina for you!
In Arabba, you can ski directly to the door, because the village is surrounded by great ski slopes like Marmolada, dubbed the Queen of the Dolomites. Arabba is encroached by an imposing Group of the Sella mountain range and it is part of the main attraction of the Dolomites: the Sellaronda tour with 40 kilometers of connected Slopes. Located at 1602 meters of altitude, in Arabba you will surely experience the true winter wonderland.
We are always looking for the perfect fit for you. We use a few different accommodation providers that fit our standards, but they are subject to availability, especially in the high season. We can adjust it to your preferences and budget and always find a more suitable solution to your taste.
Our tour caters to a wide age range, from the youngest skiing enthusiasts who come with their families to people in their twenties and the most experienced old troupers. We design holidays at your own pace, and you will enjoy them no matter your age. Age is simply a state of mind, as they say, and we welcome anyone.
We don’t require any specific fitness level from you. You will choose your own pace, style of skiing, and the ski slopes you prefer.
Traveling light is the key. Make sure you have sufficient layers of breathable clothing to ensure that you are always warm enough and can remove a layer if you get too hot. You can also discuss the current weather conditions with your travel manager a week before you arrive. Regarding ski equipment, you can bring your own, or we can provide rental pieces according to your wishes.
Our price of Ski Holidays does not include:
– International airfare
– travel and sports insurance
– food and drinks if not noted otherwise
Yes, no problem! In the Dolomites, you can find many ski slopes appropriate for beginners. If you don’t feel comfortable skiing on your own, we suggest taking a ski school program, where you will ski in a group with a ski instructor and make the best progress.
A tourist and promotion tax is a fee every visitor must pay for each overnight stay wherever in the Dolomites.
We adjust the itinerary for every client separately. If you want to try different winter activities or do some sightseeing, let us know, and we will be happy to organize them for you!
The best time for skiing is from mid-December to April when the weather conditions are the most stable. Otherwise, the ski resorts in the Dolomites usually open their slopes for business at the beginning of December, but the proportion of open ski runs depends on the snow conditions. In the first days of December, some connecting runs to other ski resorts may not be open yet.
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