The Aosta Valley is a region in the northwest of Italy. During your stay you can enjoy the nature and the many outdoor activities it offers. The region has many nature reserves. There are many nature reserves in the region, which are ideal for hikers and mountain bikers....

In the Valley region, you can have fun on the 800 kilometres of ski runs. There are more than 20 ski areas. In winter, don't miss the Christmas market in Aosta.

In the Torgnon area, there are many museums such as the Little World Museum. You can also go on walks such as the "Tour des Alpages", which is accessible to cyclists, horse riders and walkers. During the winter period, you can also go skiing or do other sports activities such as Nordic walking....

You will also have the pleasure of having incredible encounters with the local fauna in its natural environment: chamois, marmots, ibex...

The average temperature in the Aosta Valley is 10.9°C and the climate is relatively humid.

During your stay in the Aosta Valley, you will be able to taste the delicious cheese made by the local cows: La fontine.


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    In summer: breathtaking views of the highest peaks. In winter: the ski area is accessible to skiers of all levels, from beginners to experts.

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    20 ski areas, 800 km of runs, 6 snow parks are just some of the figures that describe skiing in the Aosta Valley.

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