Pozza di Fassa après Ski
As one of the smaller resorts in the Val di Fassa there’s a laid-back après scene here with evening activities focussed around hotel accommodation and cosy bars and restaurants.
Indulge your taste buds at La Regolina - this friendly restaurant offers some of the best local cuisine and La Soldanella is another top spot for traditional Italian meals. There are a number of casual eateries around- Pizzeria Winkler is our favourite with arguably the best pizza in the area.
The El Zirm wine bar has a cosy ambience with classic decor and a huge selection of mouth-watering local wines- a lovely place for a quiet evening of sophistication. A number of the hotels have on-site bars so you don’t have to leave your accommodation to enjoy a well-deserved evening tipple, especially convenient if travelling with young children.
The sulphorous waters below Pozza give it the highlight of the Centro Terme Dolomiti. These thermal baths make the perfect place to wind down in the evening after a long day on your legs and makes Pozza one of the best places for a relaxing week away.
There’s night skiing three times a week at Aloch ski stadium right in the centre of the village. This 1.6km floodlit descent offers a thrilling ride and a not to be missed experience of the snow. Snowshoe excursions and sleigh rides can also be booked through the ski school.
When is the best time to ski Pozza di Fassa?
Previous years have seen wonderful conditions throughout the season. You’ll usually find the winter period, from December through till March, has the best snow, with the later end of the season seeing doses of lovely Italian sunshine. Italy can sometimes have less snowfall than other European resorts but snowmaking technology means decent coverage. On sunny spring days skiers should catch the first lift to make the most of snow on the higher slopes before kicking back at a sunny balcony for a drink in the afternoon rays.
The resort is usually busiest during the Christmas week but remains free from crowds. February half term isn’t too busy as whilst the Val di Fassa is popular with British families, Italians don’t have a half-term so there’s no influx of locals getting their snow fix. As it’s such a great base for skiing the Sella Ronda, the Buffuare area is rarely busy as skiers and boarders tend to disperse across the mountain.
Spend a relaxing week away during Christmas in Pozza di Fassa. This peaceful spot is a wonderful destination for an enchanting white Christmas. Cruise across the peaks in the valley and indulge in the incredible local cuisine.
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With bundles of charming Italian character, New Year in Pozza di Fassa makes a fun and festive week on the snow. Sip on some delicious local wines and share a Grolla with family and friends.
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Enjoy fantastic conditions without the crowds during February Half-Term in Pozza di Fassa. Whilst beginners make their first moves on the snow with the Vajolet ski school, the more confident skiers will love exploring the stunning Sella Massif.
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Hop on the first lift to make the most of the morning snow during Easter in Pozza di Fassa. The breath-taking scenery is made ever-more majestic in the afternoon sun so kick back on a sunny balcony to appreciate these in the afternoon rays.
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