Ski & activity
You are looking at: Home : Ski & activity

Christmas in San Cassiano

Hit the slopes in the heart of the Italian Dolomites


Posted: 10 December 2012
by Judith Wilkinson


Rosa Alpina Rosa Alpina
 1 of 1 

Postcard from... Italy

Where? The picturesque village of San Cassiano, Alta Badia, in the heart of the Italian Dolomites.

Why go there? The Dolomites, now recognised as an Unesco world natural heritage site, provide some of the most stunning scenery in Europe.

Children will love... the Dolomites Ski And Snowboard School, a high rope course in Colfosco, and ziplining adventures in San Vigilio di Marebbe.

Parents will love... the gastronomic delights on offer in San Cassiano and the village of Corvara - they boast four Michelin stars between them.

Stay at... the family-owned Rosa Alpina, where resident Michelin-star chef Nobert Niederkofler can help guests create a Christmas menu. 

Prices start from €2,405 per person, based on two adults sharing a deluxe double room. Children under eight stay free when sharing a parent's room. Visit www.rosalpina.it

Read more...

First-time family skiiers take to the Swiss slopes


Previous Article
What do I need to buy to take on a family skiing holiday?
Next Article
First-time family skiers take to the Swiss slopes



Family-friendly travel, child-friendly hotel, ski, Italy
TwitterStumbleUponFacebookDiggRedditGoogle

Discuss this story

Talkback: Christmas in San Cassiano

First Name:
Last Name:
Email:
Security Image:
Enter the code shown:

I agree to the site's Terms and Conditions & Code of Conduct: