Finding the perfect destination for your next family ski break to Italy can be a hassle. You want to make sure prices are affordable, pistes aren’t too overcrowded, there are decent ski schools for the children and of course, the pizza is has to be good!
To help make the beginning of your holiday experience all the easier, we have narrowed down our top Family Friendly Ski Resorts in Italy that we are certain you and your family will love. Once you’ve decided on your dream Italian ski resort, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team at Ski Arrangements. With almost 30 years creating bespoke ski holidays for families, we pride ourselves on offering a fantastic choice of resorts, package holidays, chalets, hotels and more to our customers to make sure their family ski break to Italy is perfect in every way.
Val di Sole in winter means plenty of snow! Thanks to its unique position among the highest peaks of the Central and Eastern Alps, Val di Sole is one of the Alpine valleys with the most abundant snowfall and represents the largest ski region in the western part of Trentino, thanks to its 3 different ski areas. Much of the area is incredibly family friendly with plenty of accommodation, ski passes and ski schools for children. There are also children-only ski areas and practice slopes found in all villages.
Selva, which is also commonly known as Val Gardena, is the largest village on the Sella Ronda ski circuit. This wonderful ski area in the Italian Dolomites will leave you spell bound by its beauty and is perfect for beginners and intermediates with long well-groomed pistes and wonderful pink granite mountains. There are three ski schools, Snowboard and Ski School 2000, the Ski and Snowboard School and Top Ski School, all of which have a good selection of instructors and specialised courses for anyone who wants to challenge themselves. Selva also offers a fantastic range of family-friendly chalets with intimate, homely atmospheres, perfect for little ones.
Madonna di Campiglio has a magical feel to it - like something out of a snowglobe. The town itself is built in traditional Italian style, with plenty of lively bars, delicious local restaurants and stylish designer shops around the car-free Piazza Righi. It is also a fantastic resort for families with children that are learning to ski for the first time. It has a children’s area located directly in the village allowing parents to keep an eye on their children easily rather than having to travel up the mountain. The resort is also home to the Belvedere practice slope.
One of Europe's best kept secrets with three unspoilt and uncrowded valleys linked by over 180km of piste and extensive off-piste terrain, Monterosa ski area brings together the resorts of Champoluc, Gressoney and the remote resort of Alagna in the Piemonte. The area is perfect for families looking to experience a wide variety of piste skiing and to enjoy a relaxing, quiet traditional ski holiday. It is also home the Mera Fun Park where children can run and play safely. Parents or grandparents can accompany them and spend some quality family time relaxing thanks to the splendid sun exposure and the low altitude