Aosta Valley

Opting for a holiday in the Aosta Valley means first of all to plunge yourself in majestic and uncontaminated landscapes, where nature marks the succession of the seasons giving always new and different emotions.

The giants of the Alps (Mont Blanc, Monte Cervino, Monte Rosa, Gran Paradiso) surround the Valley protecting it: a treasure chest to approach and live leisurely, from the cultural and museum center of the Bard Fortress to the castles of Issogne, Verrès, Fénis, Sarre, from the astronomical observatory of Saint-Barthélemy to the wonders of the Roman and medieval Aosta, from the shopping in Courmayeur and Aosta to the relaxing days at the thermal baths of Pré-Saint-Didier.

The pleasure of a stay in Aosta Valley matches with the discovery and, very often the rediscovery, of traditions and ancient customs, which today take shape in the reinterpretation of the local gastronomy and in the wine production, by the events that have characterized the life of the mountain people (the millennial Sant’Orso Fair dedicated to traditional crafts, the Bataille de Reines, …) to new meeting moments such as Celtica, Etétrad and many others.

One region, a thousand of suggestions.

Courmayeur Mont-Blanc

Once known especially for its epic mountaineering challenges, Courmayeur represents today, thanks to its great charm, a glamorous tourist destination of international appeal.

It’s undoubtedly one of the most well-known places in the Aosta Valley, a spearhead for the quality and the variety of its tourist offer. The ritual of shopping in Via Roma, the nine holes of the Golf in the Val Ferret, winter sports and après-ski are some of the excellent reasons that can lead you in Courmayeur to spend your holidays.


A Roman city founded in 25 BC in honour of the emperor Ottaviano Augusto (Augusta Praetoria) and known after this as the Rome of the Alps, Aosta preserves much of the original city wall and a prestigious archaeological area between the Porta Praetoria, majestic entrance to the city perfectly preserved, and the Roman Theatre.

To be enjoyed in its lively pedestrian streets and the central Chanoux Square, dedicated to shopping and gastronomic specialties to taste in the many restaurants, bars and wine bars in the city centre or attending events and organized activities.

Aosta represents the suitable starting point to move throughout the valley, taking advantage of the various sports and entertainment opportunities that it offers both in summer and winter. The gondola lift a few steps from the train station connects the valley floor in just 17 minutes to the panoramic Pila (1.800 m), one of the best-known ski areas and summer destination for walks or reckless descents with downhill and freeride bikes.

La Thuile

Outdoor life! Spending the days in plein air is the norm in La Thuile, to enjoy the variety of landscapes that change seamlessly from the ancient village to the Piccolo San Bernardo pass, a crossroads of commerce since the times of Celtic and Roman populations.

Lake Verney, the Rutor glacier, the Chanousia botanical garden, the legendary mountain bike tracks that in winter are transformed into ski slopes suitable for everyone … including the World Cup athletes, who compete here on the legendary track nr 3, Franco Berthod, in a thrilling downhill run, are just some of the highlights of the resort.

La Thuile has been able to be transformed over time, without ever forgetting its past as a mining town, creating one of the most important outdoor activity areas in the the Alps.


Gran Baita

Hotel & Wellness
Brasserie La Sapinière

Valle d’Aosta
(+39) 0165 84 40 40


Cresta et Duc

Contemporary Hotel
Restaurant Duc

Valle d’Aosta
  (+39) 0165 84 25 85


Le Miramonti

Wellness Hotel
Restaurant Dora

La Thuile
Valle d’Aosta
  (+39) 0165 88 30 84


Duca D’Aosta

Modern Retro Hotel
Conference Center

Valle d’Aosta
  (+39) 0165 23 63 63



Social Hotel
Omama Lounge Bar

Valle d’Aosta
  (+39) 0165 44593