Sansicario, is a small resort within the massive Milky Way (Via Lattea) ski area, with over 400km of snow sure slopes it should be high on your where to ski list, for the next winter season. Sansicario is located in between the ski resorts of Sauze d’Oulx and Sestriere, and was home to a number of events at the 2006 Winter Olympics, including the women’s downhill.
The village of Sansicario is a traffic-free resort so it’s an ideal ski holiday destination for families. The resort is split into two parts; one is a traditional village and the other is a modern purpose-built complex, however both are ideally suited to access the Milky Way.
We have a few ski hotels in Sansicario, in some unbeatable locations. Please call our experts and ask about our ski holiday packages to Sansicario.
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Sansicario is part of the world famous Milky Way (Via Lattea) ski area; it has 400km of slopes, set against some spectacular scenery. Other great resorts nearby; are Sauze d’Oulx, Sestriere, Claviere and Pragelato.
There is a baby Sansicario chairlift that take beginners up to a few gentle blues, and with the help of the excellent local ski school, first time skiers will soon be progressing on to harder slopes.
There are some long and challenging red routes in Sansicario, or you may want to try the women’s 2006 Winter Olympic downhill run? If this is not enough for you, take the gondola over to Sestriere where there are plenty of slopes to choose from.
In Sansicario there are some excellent off-piste routes, or why not try the more challenging terrain at the top of Motta and Sises in Sestriere or in Sauze d’Oulx the Moncrons area.
Sansicario après ski is a relaxed affair, however there are a few excellent restaurants in the village, serving some of the best Italian around. There are a few bars in town including the Action café.