Cervinia is one of the highest resorts in the Italian Alps. It is dominated by the mighty Matterhorn and surrounded by some of Europe’s grandest peaks. Cervinia’s ever increasing popularity is due to its excellent snow conditions, long hours of sunshine and variety of runs for all abilities.However, most of the slopes are wide and cruisey – ideal for beginners and intermediates. The extensive area is served by an excellent list system which connects with the challenging of Zermatt in Switzerland. The compact village offers a good selection of shops, bars, pizzerias, restaurants and nightspots, offering plenty of après ski activity.
Dog sledding, ice karting, heli-skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoe walking, outdoor ice skating, bowling, ice climbing, swimming pool
Cervinia boasts an excellent range of over 50 cafés and restaurants. Prices are generally good and the standards are generally very high, with local ingredients and friendly service, whether you go for a quick pizza or a full gourmet meal.
Cinema, Wine Tasting in resort, football in Turin
- Transfer time: Turin 1 hr 45mins
- Currency: Euro
- Beginners: 4
- Intermediates: 5
- Advanced: 5
- Snowboarding: 5
- Resort height: 2050m
- Ski range: 2050-3900m
- Total kilometres of piste: Area : 350kms
- Number of runs: Area: Blue 33, Red 77, Black 28
- Number of lifts: Area: Drag lifts 10, Chairlifts 22 Gondolas 9, Cable-cars 9, Funiculars 2.