Holidays to Madonna di Campiglio
The setting for the Alpine resort of Madonna di Campiglio is the grandiose valley of Val Gardena, surrounded by 50,000 hectares of national park. This beautiful place is the ideal location for a skiing holiday in winter or a hiking trip in summer, or even just a luxurious and relaxing spa-break. You will fall in love with the picture-perfect architecture of the town, and its many upmarket restaurants and cafes that are just waiting to show you how food really should be. If the chances of a heavenly Tyrolean meal aren’t enough, there is also a lively, all-night apres-ski scene including discos, live music and more, so your nights at Madonna di Campiglio will be as exciting and fun-filled as the days.
Skiing and hiking in the beautiful setting of the Val Gardena
The well-groomed slopes of Madonna di Campiglio with their excellent lift system and varying difficulty levels are a perfect place for both beginners and experts. Together with other resorts nearby, the area boasts over 150km of ski runs. The highest altitude is 2,600 metres, and the views are breath-taking, making your trip up the mountain even more enjoyable. Hiking is another superb way to see more of the sublime countryside around Madonna di Campiglio – the area has been popular with hikers and climbers for more than 100 years and today it can still offer you the challenge you have been looking for. From steep ascents to picturesque valleys, this part of the Alps makes for a stunning hike, especially when the flowers are out on the slopes. One of the best things about a holiday to the Dolomites is staying at a refugia, a chalet which functions as both as a restaurant for hungry hikers and a hotel for the weary. A refugia is the perfect place to sample some delicious Tyrolean mountain cuisine on a holiday to Madonna di Campiglio.
Explore northern Italy’s landmarks on a Madonna di Campiglio holiday
Not only is Madonna di Campiglio a divine location for all kinds of sporting and other holidays, it allows access to the wider area of Trentino-Alto Adige and beyond. Within a short driving distance from Madonna di Campiglio you can find the magnificent Lake Garda, with tiny villages around its shores and some bigger towns that are well worth a visit. Bolzano is another historical town nearby that is a must-see - it was important in Medieval times as a meeting place for Germanic and Italian traders, and still retains an intriguing mix of the two different cultures. Slightly further afield but still within driving distance are the cities of Brescia, Verona, Padova and the famous city on the lagoon, Venice. All of these suggest themselves as day-trips; however, the world-class scenery, skiing, cuisine and apres-ski all available in the cosy and hospitable Madonna di Campiglio mean you may not leave the town at all! See easyJet Holidays’ guide to holidays to Verona for further inspiration
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