Booking a ski holiday on the easyJet Holidays website is both simple and affordable by booking your flights and hotels together. It's a great way to let off steam and try something new during your holiday, and there are plenty of destinations for beginners and experts alike, so check out the holidays on offer, and book your ski break today!
The French Alps are the most popular ski destination in the world, with snow all year round, a wide selection of resorts, and stunning views over the mountains and countryside. The Three Valleys area is a firm favourite with three top resorts to choose from: Meribel, a beautiful area ideal for beginners and young children; Les Menuires, which has a mix of challenging pistes and beginner runs, as well as other snow sports; and Courchevel, a group of five glamorous resorts, famed for its mixed slopes, fantastic nightlife and celebrity sightings.
The French Alps is also home to Chamonix, a world-class resort which has housed international events, and is the perfect choice for expert skiiers. Wherever in the French Alps you choose to visit, you can be sure of an incredible ski experience high above the southern region of France, and a number of health spas, restaurants and clubs to wind down in after a hard day out on the slopes!
Ski holidays to the Austrian Alps promise a unique and exhilarating holiday packed full of activity, from the slopes themselves to the fascinating surrounding countryside and the nearby city of Salzburg. Families often start in the pretty village resort of Westendorf, a child-friendly destination offering a children's club for under-14s and a peaceful, friendly atmosphere in which to learn, while the adults can seek out the slopes of neighbouring Brixen for more of a challenge.
Expert skiers will find a number of high skill level pistes at Soll, home of the famous Hohe Salve peak; the highest point of the region, with the steepest slopes. Soll also offers a number of easier slopes, for the less-experienced members of your group, making it the ideal all-rounder. There's no shortage of group holiday destinations in the Austrian Alps; St Anton and Mayhofen are two of the biggest resorts in the region, boasting fantastic slopes and a colourful, vibrant nightlife, complete with cocktail bars, all-night spas, and fantastic restaurants to discover.
Italy ski holidays in the beautiful Italian Alps are the perfect way to experience some of Europe's top resorts. The region is home to Sestriere, in the Via Lattea area, which hosted the snow sports Olympic events in 2006, and which boasts over 400 kilometres of runs and pistes. The on-site ski school and artificial slopes make it simple for beginners to get started, while more challenging runs are also offered across the resort.
Italy is also home to the Italian Dolomites, in the north-east, promising fantastic skiing in a spectacular UNESCO Natural Heritage Site. Take a ski holiday to Madonna di Campiglio, in the Val Gardena valley. This beautiful area of the national park offers skiing and hiking for all abilities, as well as a lively nightlife and quick access to the neighbouring villages and resorts.
Ski holidays in Switzerland offer a wide range of resorts in the Swiss Alps, promising a fresh challenge for all levels of skier and, more importantly, a fantastic apres-ski culture encompassing all-night parties, small cocktail bars and rich, thick Swiss hot chocolate – with a drop of something stronger, if you like!
Head to Davos, Europe's highest city, for intermediate slopes and fantastic off-piste routes for expert skiers. In the evening, Davos' nightlife ranges from the non-stop clubs to hidden bars in the forest, perfect for exploring! For a quieter ski holiday in Switzerland, St. Moritz offers beautiful scenery, a family-friendly atmosphere, and excellent snow sports to try out.
Andorra offers fantastic ski holidays in the Pyrenees, with excellent resorts offering a range of runs and pistes for all abilities. Pas de la Casa is one of the highest resorts in Europe, and promises a lively atmosphere both on and off the slopes, as well as a world-class ski school and snow-sport activity centre. In the northernmost point of Andorra, Ordino offers a quieter break, ideal for a romantic ski holiday.
Bulgaria is a relatively new winter ski destination, offering excellent beginner and intermediate slopes for those looking to learn and improve their technique. Three resorts lie across the country, the largest of which is Borovets, home to a number of tournaments, as well as a lively party scene and beautiful surrounding countryside. Pamporovo, in the Rhodope Mountains, offers a similar vibrant atmosphere, while Bankso, in the Pirin Mountains, is ideal for a quiet family ski holiday.