Several airlines serve these routes from the UK and with short transfer times, the Aosta Valley makes a perfect weekend break as well as a longer holiday.

The Aosta Valley is a perfect winter ski destination or summer mountains break, with hiking and biking options in abundance.

For ski there are many fantastic and varied resorts within close proximity,  a multi-centre ski safari is easy to arrange too – so why not include Mont Blanc, the Matterhorn and the Monterosa in your next ski holiday?

Or why not try some summer ski. The sun is high in the sky, the snow is glimmering. This is Breuil-Cervinia, where great skiing awaits you at 3500 altitude on the Plateau Rosà glacier, even during July and August.

This is the largest skiable summer domain in Europe: approx. 25 km of piste to meet all technical demands, from beginners to professionals.

The Aosta Valley is not only worth visiting during the winter sports season; Italy’s smallest and least populated region has much to offer in summer, including mountain biking, walking, hiking, trekking, rafting, horse-riding, golf, summer skiing and snowboarding, abseiling, via ferrata and many other activities.

For further information, check out our getting here section