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Location - where is Val di Fassa Apartments, Canazei

· in a quiet, residential location · 2 minutes' walk to ski bus stop, giving access to all the lifts in Campitello and Canazei · no more than 10 minutes' walk to ski lifts and resort centre


Overview - apartment description - Val di Fassa Apartments, Canazei description

If you want easy access to the Sella Ronda ski area but would prefer the freedom of a self-catering holiday, our Val di Fassa Apartments might be for you. They're spread over three apartment buildings across Canazei and are allocated on arrival. They're all in a great location in a more residential part of town - perfect if you prefer quiet nights in. But the ski bus is just a couple of minutes' walk away, linking you to all the lifts in Campitello and Canazei. The apartments are simple and traditional, with wood panelling and kitchenette facilities for eating in together.

Please note:

Bookings of more than one apartment are not guaranteed to be in the same building.

Getting Here

As Val di Fassa is full of narrow, pretty streets, our coaches can't get around town very easily. Therefore, when you arrive in resort, you'll be dropped off on the main road close to the apartments. From here, you'll have a short walk to the Val di Fassa Apartments. Make sure you're wearing sturdy shoes as it may be snowy underfoot.


Facilities - Val di Fassa Apartments, Canazei features

· ski room


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All apartments have a kitchenette with washing machine, hob and fridge; and bathroom with bath and WC. Towels, linen and end-of-stay cleaning are included.

Type C Apartments - sleep 2-4 : Double bedroom and living room with double sofa bed.

Type E Apartments - sleep 2-6 : Two double bedrooms and living room with two single sofa beds.


Meals - food and drink in Val di Fassa Apartments, Canazei

We update Val di Fassa Apartments, Canazei's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Canazei - about holidays in Canazei - about ski holidays in Canazei - about ski holidays in Canazei Italy

Beautiful setting Cuisine and culture Great value

The largest and liveliest Sella Ronda resort, with a central position amongst the majestic Dolomites, Canazei makes a terrific base for a week of unforgettable skiing. We love the old Italian charm of this bustling mountain town, not to mention the legendary ski area and value for money… the scenery speaks for itself.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Intermediates Sports

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Snow History: December average depth 55.17cm

Canazei trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Venice200 km, 2.5 hr
Region:Italy, Alps.
First opened:

Canazei lift pass price last reported as €262 (Dolomiti Superski adult 6 day)
€225 (Val di Fassa/ Carezza adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Val di Fassa Apartments, Canazei.
Night skiing: Yes
Canazei has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December to April.

Town altitude: 1440m
Top of slopes: 2485m
Bottom of piste: 1440m
Vertical drop: 1045m
Total length of trails:39km
Longest piste:7km
This popular resort is perfectly located within the beautiful surroundings of the Val di Fassa at the heart of the Dolomite ski area. One of the larger resorts in the Fassa area, Canazei has maintained is traditional alpine charm whilst being kitted out with all the modern facilities that make a ski holiday so easy. Lively bars and traditional Italian eateries - many of which are housed in old converted barns - line the cobbled streets of this vibrant Italian town, giving it a bustling atmosphere as well as ...
This is the ideal place to ski the famously beautiful Sella Ronda circuit, which is skiable in a day. Some of the descents are quite difficult, so the circuit is probably best avoided by beginners, but experienced skiers will have an absolute whale of a time. You can choose to take the orange route clockwise or the green route anti-clockwise – you’ll need the Dolomiti Superski pass and it’s best to get up early and set off before 10am so you can fit in a couple of mountain hut breaks and ski back before the l...
As one of the larger resorts in the Val di Fassa, there’s always a vibrant après buzz here with a host of bars and restaurants scattered around the town to suit every type of evening. The Italians are known for their gastronomic delights and here you’ll find a wonderful range of cheeses, meats and pasta on offer in restaurants in the town and on the mountain as well as some delicious local wines. Be sure to try a glass of Bombardino - this blend of advocaat, brandy and whipped cream is the perfect addition ...

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