Luxury Ski Chalets Via Lattea
Enjoy a luxury ski holiday in Via Lattea with our exclusive collection of luxury chalets.
Luxury Ski Holidays in Via Lattea
Comprising eight outstanding resorts on the ‘Milky Way’ network, the skiing possibilities in Via Lattea are countless. The skiing area includes Sestriere, Sauze d’Oulx, Oulx, Sansicario, Cesana, Pragelato and Claviere, as well as the French Montgenevre with luxury ski chalets in Via Lattea dotted around the villages.
Located in the Province of Turin, this region is rich in winter sport history, not least because Via Lattea was one of the primary host areas for the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games.
A combination of the warm, friendly ambiance typical of Italy and the classic French style and sophistication makes for a wonderful destination for a luxury ski holiday.
The towns and villages of Via Lattea are home to an abundance of exquisite restaurants serving a multitude of both French and Italian delicacies. Amongst these are lively bars that play host to the apres scene, so visitors can enjoy a cold beer after a long day of skiing.
There is also a variety of fantastic shops, ranging from designer boutiques to the best ski-wear shops, as well as stalls selling traditional hand-crafted goods. The region traditionally holds numerous world class races and winter sports events throughout the season.
In summer, visitors can enjoy everything from hiking and mountain biking to fishing and rafting.
Luxury Chalets & Apartments in Via Lattea
Visitors to the region have a great deal of choice when it comes to choosing a luxury chalet rental in Via Lattea. Sauze d’Oulx is one of the most popular villages with its animated ambiance, charming core and friendly local slopes. Also well-known is Sestriere, a purpose-built resort with some challenging slopes and plenty to do off them including dog sledding and snowmobiling.
Other villages to stay in during your luxury ski holiday in Via Lattea include Claviere (1760m), a pleasant village with some popular bar-restaurants, Sansicario (1700m), a quiet, modern ski station in a sunny location, Pragelato (1600m), a cross-country skiers paradise and Cesana Torinese (1350m), a town at the bottom of the valley with several hotels.
Location & Map
The easiest way to reach Via Lattea is by flying to Turin with transfers from here taking around 90 minutes. There is a railway station at Oulx for those who prefer not to fly.
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