Your new favourite piste

Come to South Tyrol and discover over 1,000km of perfect pistes and breathtaking views – no wonder it’s loved by skiing insiders. Nestled in the majestic Dolomites in northern Italy, a UNESCO World Heritage site, this idyllic, intriguing region boasts 300 days of sunshine a year, while its culture and cuisine fuse Alpine and Mediterranean influences.

The ideal slopes for everyone

With 30 ski areas and over 1,000km of perfect slopes, South Tyrol offers superb skiing for everyone, from beginner to expert.

Be awestruck by the Dolomites’ incredible scenery. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the area is known for its beauty. No wonder it’s one of the world’s most thrilling ski destinations.

Discover superb skiing
Wellness and relaxation

Recharge your batteries after a day on the slopes, with a range of luxury hotels, spas and wellness centres.

Feel restored and energised with traditional wellness treatments. South Tyrol’s spas use hay, pine chips and apples, for effective, natural health therapies.


Plan your relaxation
Family fun for everyone

South Tyrol really has it all, with family-friendly hotels to help you relax and enjoy your stay, whatever your plans.

There’s no better destination to help your little ones learn to ski. With ski schools offering fun lessons, a ski kindergarten and childcare, they’ll love every minute.

Discover family fun
World-class cuisine

Live the dolce vita on the slopes, with food and wine offering a unique fusion of Mediterranean flair and Alpine charm. 

Discover the incredible Italian Dolomites. From mountain huts to Michelin star restaurants, the delicious traditional dishes and local produce make for an unmissable experience.

Explore the flavours
South Tyrol’s ski areas


Most of the 30 ski areas in South Tyrol belong to the Dolomiti Superski Association, or to the Ortler Skiarena. The Dolomiti Superski offers 1,200km of slopes with a single ski pass, while the family-friendly Ortler Skiarena has ski areas in the province’s west.

Your visit to South Tyrol
  • By plane
    You can reach South Tyrol from several cities in the United Kingdom including London, Manchester, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Bristol and Glasgow. The shortest route to get to South Tyrol is from the airports Innsbruck, Verona, Venice and Treviso. You can also check out flights to the three airports in Milan (Bergamo Orio al Serio, Milan Linate, Milan Malpensa), to Bologna or to the Munich Airport.
  • By train
    From Munich, there are five daily Deutsche Bahn trains to South Tyrol. Bolzano/Bozen can be reached in under four hours. Innsbruck and Verona are even closer, with plenty of local trains running to Bolzano.
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