Val di Fassa is a very picturesque collection of resorts that has easy access to the world’s largest ski area the Dolomites, and the legendary Sella Ronda circuit. Val di Fassa is the name of valley that stretches from Canazei and Campitello to the medieval town of Moena, offering spectacular views of the famous Passo Sella and Passo Pordoi mountain peaks. Within the Val di Fassa there are 7 ski resorts:
Canazei is the most famous and popular resort within the Val di Fassa valley and has a very Austrian feel. There are plenty of traditional Austrian après ski bars and restaurants on offer, all at affordable Italian prices. In Canazei we have some fantastic ski chalets, hotels and affordable apartments, in some great locations.
Campitello was one of the first resorts in the Val di Fassa to become popular with tourists, and is located at the foot of the Col Rodella. It is famed for its architecture and narrow streets, and we have a good selection of hotels in Campitello to choose from.
Pozza di Fassa is located in the heart of the Val di Fassa, and offers some unbeatable views of the Torri del Vajolet. We have some great ski hotels in Pozza di Fassa.
We have some fantastic ski holiday packages on offer in Val di Fassa. Please call our experts on 02037780123 and see if we can find you the perfect holiday in Val di Fassa.
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Val di Fassa is a collection of 7 resorts including Canazei, Campitello and Pozza di Fassa, and provides easy access to the Dolomites and the Sella Ronda circuit, the worlds largest ski area with 1220km of slopes.
Canazei has novice slopes around the village center, or why not take the Belvedere gondola offering wide and easy runs at Pecol. Campitello has only one beginner slope around the town, however at the top of the Col Rodella there are several blue runs.
Both Canazei and Campitello offer direct access to the famous Sella Ronda circuit. From here it is possible to access other great resorts such as Arabba, Corvara and Selva.
One of the main reasons why keen skiers come to the biggest ski area in the world, is to rack up as many miles as possible, how many can you do? The north facing slopes in Arabba has some of the most challenging skiing in the Dolomites.
Canazei is the liveliest of the resorts within Val di Fassa and has an Austrian feel, with lots of traditional style après bars, including the popular Stua dei Ladins and Montanara. There are also some great mountain restaurants why not try the Kaiserstube? All of the restaurants and bars have very affordable Italian prices.
Cross country skiing, Snowpark, Ice skating, Heli-skiing on the Marmolada Glacier, Slalom course, Indoor water park and spa, Winter walking, Paragliding