Pure Charismatic Elegance Catherine Hughes, Senior Product Support

"Cortina d'Ampezzo has become the go-to resort among fashionable Italians looking to see and be seen. This chic resort is perfect for skiers and non-skiers alike and the stunning vistas are worth the visit alone!"

Cortina d'Ampezzo Ski Holidays

Particularly popular with well-heeled Italians looking to enjoy the finer things in life, Cortina d'Ampezzo is a chic mountain town offering charismatic elegance to rival the most distinguished of resorts.

Skiing in Cortina d'Ampezzo

The 140km of slopes in the local area of Cortina d'Ampezzo are split into separate sections; the most extensive on the Tofana side with further options from the Faloria lift, offering a great variety for intermediate skiers including lovely tree-skiing and higher, more open terrain boasting stunning, lofty views. For more advanced intermediates and expert skiers looking to explore, the immense Sella Ronda ski circuit, which is part of the Dolomiti Superski area, is connected by bus to Cortina d’Ampezzo.

Arguably the main sport here though, is people-watching. The charming, car-free resort centre is lined with designer shops, jewellers, stylish bars and restaurants, making it an ideal spot for non-skiers.

At only a couple of hours away from Venice, combining a luxurious ski trip with a cultural city break has never been easier!

Important information
Ski Area Cortina: 120km
Ski Range 1224-2800m
Blue Runs 39
Red Runs 33
Black Runs 12
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Distance from airports
Venice Marco Polo 2hr10mins
Innsbruck 2hrs40mins
Verona 3hrs20mins