- Excellent snow record
- Italy’s first purpose-built resort
- Numerous beginner runs from ski school meeting point
- Access to picturesque wooded trails
Why choose this resort?
Sestriere was built in 1934 by the owners of the Fiat car company and is the first purpose-built resort in Italy. Standing as one of Italy’s highest resorts at 2035 metres and lifts up to 2823 metres, Sestriere enjoys an excellent snow record. Host to most of the men’s downhill events during the 2006 Turin Olympics, Sestriere is internationally recognised for its fantastic skiing and magnificent scenery.
On the slopes
Beginner runs fan out above the ski school meeting point in the resort centre. Students then progress onto the intermediate friendly areas of Banchetta and Sises. There are a huge variety of runs for all abilities and it is easy to get over to the wooded trails above neighbouring Sauze D’Oulx.
|Milan to Sestriere||3 hours|
|Turin to Sestriere||1 hour 45 mins|
|Grenoble to Sestriere||3 hours|
For groups who want to venture out of the hotel in the evenings, Sestriere offers a cosmopolitan array of bars and restaurants. There is also a natural outdoor ice rink and a swimming pool offering impressive views via heated indoor and outdoor pools. Your local resort representative can also look into the option of booking your group into the local disco.
- Ice skating
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