Valle d’Aosta

Opting for a vacation in Valle d’Aosta means first of all immersing oneself in majestic and uncontaminated landscapes, where nature marks the succession of the seasons giving always new and different emotions.

The giants of the Alps (Mont Blanc, Monte Cervino, Monte Rosa, Gran Paradiso) surround the Valley protecting it: a treasure chest to approach and live without haste, from the cultural and museum pole of Bard Fort to the castles of Issogne, Verrès, Fénis, Sarre, from the astronomical observatory of Saint-Barthélemy to the wonders of Roman and medieval Aosta, from the shopping of Courmayeur to the relaxing days at the thermal centers of Pré-Saint-Didier .. . </ p>

The pleasure of a stay in Valle d’Aosta coincides with the discovery and, very often the rediscovery, of traditions and ancient customs, which today take shape in the revisiting of local gastronomy and in wine production, from the events that have characterized the lives of mountain people for generations (the millenary Fiera di Sant’Orso dedicated to traditional crafts, the Bataille de reines, …) to the new moments of meeting of the PhoBo Festival and the Festival Lo Stambecco d’Oro to name a few.

One region, a thousand suggestions.


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Once known above all for its epic mountain climbing challenges, Courmayeur is today a privileged and very charming destination in the alpine tourism panorama.

It is undoubtedly one of the most famous towns in the Valle d’Aosta, the spearhead for the quality and variety of its tourist offer. The shopping ritual in Via Roma, the nine holes of Golf in Val Ferret, winter sports and après-ski are some of the excellent reasons that can lead you to Courmayeur to spend your holidays in the mountains, in summer as in winter. </ p>

La Thuile

Life in the open air! In La Thuile, spending the days en plein air is the norm, to enjoy the variety of landscapes that from the ancient village change seamlessly as you climb towards the Piccolo San Bernardo pass, a crossroads of trade since ancient Rome . </ p>

Lake Verney, the Rutor glacier, the Chanousia botanical garden, the legendary mountain-bike trails that in winter become ski slopes suitable for everyone … including the athletes of the European Cup, who test themselves here on the legendary nr 3 track, Franco Berthod, in a thrilling downhill run, are some of the gems of the town.

La Thuile has been able to transform itself over time, without ever forgetting its past as a mining town, giving life to one of the most interesting sports areas in the Alps.


The city of Aosta is located roughly in the middle of the Valle d’Aosta Region, in the plain where the main river of the region flows: the Dora Baltea . Important mountains dominate Aosta, including the Becca di Nona , the Monte Emilius , the Pointe de Chaligne and Becca di Viou. The city is crossed from North to South, at the height of the Arc of Augusto , from the torrent Buthier , one of the numerous tributaries of the Dora Baltea. </ P >


Gran Baita

Hotel & Wellness Resort
Brasserie La Sapinière

Courmayeur Mont-Blanc
Valle d’Aosta – Italian Alps
(+39) 0165 84 40 40


Cresta et Duc

Contemporary Alpine Hotel
Restaurant Duc

Courmayeur Mont-Blanc
Valle d’Aosta – Italian Alps
(+39) 0165 84 25 85


Le Miramonti

Mountain Hotel
Restaurant Dora

La Thuile
Valle d’Aosta – Italian Alps
(+39) 0165 88 30 84


Duca D’Aosta

Modern Retro Hotel

Valle d’Aosta – Italian Alps
(+39) 0165 23 63 63



Pop Chic Hotel

Valle d’Aosta – Italian Alps
(+39) 0165  xxx