Skiing holidays 2023, discover Vialattea

07 February 2023

For the 2023 skiing holidays, Vialattea offers plenty of promotions. The international ski area is famous for having been built around Sestriere, but it envelops eight villages and extends for over 400 kilometres of ski slopes.

The 70 ski lifts service not only Sestriere, but also Sauze d’Oulx, Sansicario, Cesana, Claviere, Oulx, Pragelato, and Montgenèvre (FRA), all connected “skis on feet”.


Skiing holidays in Vialattea

Vialattea is one of the largest “ski in/ski out” resorts in Europe. It features 247 ski slopes catering to the needs of expert skiers and beginners alike. The difficulty levels range from the very steep runs of Banchetta to the gently winding slopes of Sansicario. With such an extensive offer, the ski resort is suitable for everyone, from young skiers looking for adrenalin to families who enjoy spending time together on the snow.


Skiing holidays with your family: Vialattea and its attractions for children

For decades, the Vialattea slopes have been hosting international competitions and sporting events, such as the Ski World Cup. They were also the stage of the 1997 World Ski Championships and the 2006 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in Turin. Black slopes aside, there are 70 slopes for beginners and 134 red slopes for intermediate skiers.

Such data makes the whole Vialattea ski area the ideal destination for the 2023 skiing holidays, with attractions for the whole family, and slopes and lifts suited for first-timers too.

There are two Baby Fun Parks for children (in Sansicario and Sauze d’Oulx). Thanks to fun inflatable structures, little skiers can safely approach this wonderful sport. In the Vialattea ski area, children, teenagers and inexperienced adults – as well as people wanting to improve their skills, have the chance to take ski and snowboard lessons, thanks to the hundreds of instructors and the many ski schools in the area.


Skiing holidays among friends: Vialattea and its night life

Vialattea is synonymous of wide open spaces and scenic slopes that wind through fragrant forests and connect traditional Occitan chalet villages with modern villages equipped with all amenities.  The ski area offers 400km of skiable area, spread over 247 slopes (9 green, 70 blue, 134 red and 34 black) that manage to satisfy the needs of the most demanding skiers.

Away from the ski slopes, the Vialattea ski area offers a wide range of leisure side activities: snowmobile rides, snowshoeing, heliskiing tours, sled dog tours and many others. In the evening, the resorts of the Vialattea ski area transform into vibrant urban centers filled with social life: enjoy “la dolce vita” in cozy restaurants or get carried away by the cheerful aprés-ski atmosphere in local bars and discos.


How to reach the Vialattea ski area

Reaching Vialattea for your skiing holiday is quite simple, whether you travel by train, car (from Turin, Pinerolo and Briançon) or even plane, thanks to the connection with the Torino Caselle airport, which is about 90 kilometres away from Sestriere.

For further information contact Vialattea and get ready to have fun with family and friends.