Madonna di Campiglio Ski Holidays
The awe-inspiring peaks of the dramatically jagged Dolomites are unlike anywhere else you’ll have seen. With breathtaking scenery, some incredible ski terrain and plenty of pretty mountain villages, there are so many reasons to visit the Dolomites. And that’s without mentioning the mouth-watering cuisine and hospitality that’s second to none. You can’t get much closer to ski paradise.
Explore the slopes
Explore the pretty western Brenta Dolomites with over 150km of wonderfully varied runs. You can master the basics in the spacious beginner area at Campo Carlo Magno, before testing your skills on the blues and reds across the wider ski area. More advanced skiers and riders will love the challenge of skiing out the resort's 21 demanding black runs.
Enjoy the resort
Sitting at 1,524m on the beautiful valley floor below the towering peaks of the Brenta Dolomites, Madonna di Campiglio is an elegant resort packed with historic character. After strolling through the attractive pedestrianised centre and admiring the stylish boutiques, stop for a well-deserved aperitivo in the square.
Madonna di Campiglio prides itself on being a family-friendly resort. La Baita del Bimbo offers a miniclub for little ones, which can combine skiing lessons in the morning with fun outdoor activities in the Baby Rainalter Snowgarden and indoor activities in the afternoon.
Where to stay
In Madonna di Campiglio, we’ve chosen a selection of elegant and welcoming accommodation. With a choice of chic boutique hotels or traditional cosy mountain lodgings, there’s something to suit all tastes.
- Important information
Ski Area SkiArea Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta:156km Ski Range 800-2444m Blue Runs 42 Red Runs 39 Black Runs 21 Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season On-season On-season On-season On-season On-season Off-season
- Distance from airports
Verona 2hr20mins Innsbruck 3hr25mins Venice Marco Polo 3hr40mins