Aran Valley – Spain
In the Lleida Pyrenees is the Aran Valley. Here you will find the largest and most famous ski resort in Spain, Baqueira Beret. As well as the brilliant ski slopes, this area will surprise you with its charming villages, landscapes and all the flora and fauna that you can imagine. So pack your bags and book your holidays in the snow in Vielha, the capital of the Aran Valley.
St. Moritz – Switzerland
Taking your holidays in the snow in St. Moritz guarantees a ski weekend to refresh the senses. With some 350 km of skiable slopes, there is no room for boredom in this exclusive destination. Lovers of cross-country skiing and winter hiking will spend hours walking around the beautiful countryside. Combine your active days with relaxing in one of the many wellness centres. Do you want to see more of Switzerland? Then hop on the famous Glacier Express for a ski weekend to remember.
Bardonecchia – Italy
A stone’s throw from the largest cities in Northern Italy, Bardonecchia is really accessible for holidays in the snow. There are more than 100 km of slopes where you can ski, snowboard and cross-country ski, as well as being great for little ones learning to enjoy the white stuff. A stay in Alta Val di Susa in Bardonecchia can offer you the perfect ski vacation for the whole family, whether you practice winter sports or not.
Garmisch-Partenkirchen – Germany
With the best snow conditions from November to April, Garmisch-Partenkirchen is the perfect place for holidays in the snow. As well as skiing, cross-country skiing and hiking, you can explore the stunning nature of the German mountains on a horse-drawn sleigh ride. Enjoy this area while you get lost in the town’s historic streets and enjoy the fantastic panoramic views.
Les Trois Vallées – France
How about holidays in the snow in the largest ski area in the world? Every winter, the 3 Valleys attract fans from all over the globe to enjoy the snow in this area. At the famous resorts of Courchevel, Méribel, Les Menuires, Val Thorens and Orelle en Maurienne, you’ll find incredible landscapes and places in the French Alps. Even if you don’t like skiing!
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