The easy-going atmosphere makes Pozza a great base for a leisurely week on the snow. If you’re looking to explore more of the Dolomite area there are links straight over to Alba di Canzei and a free ski bus takes you to Canazei itself where the Sella Ronda ski tour starts – this is an absolute must ski if you’re confident on the piste.
Back in the resort, spend your evenings completely relaxed, wind down in the Terme Dolomia spa or kick-back in one of our cosy hotels – we have the best locations in the village like the Hotel San Nicolo which is right next to the Buffaure gondola and the Hotel Sas Morin which sits right in the centre of town.
Those taking advantage of the week off school to escape to the mountains are well catered for here. Families who have skied before will appreciate that the majority of slopes are red graded – set aside a day to ski the Sella Ronda tour for some amazing scenery (it usually takes 6 hours so it’s best to get up early!). Beginners are well catered for with a range of lessons from the Vajoleta ski school. The basics are usually taught on the lovely wide blue Fraine in the village – little ones will love the Park Bimbo Neve where they can learn in a fun and safe, kids only area. After a few days of learning, head over to Alta Badia where the slopes are gentle and gloriously uncrowded.
Choose a hotel with a half-board deal to make meal times a breeze with breakfast and dinner included. Most hotels have cosy bars so you don’t have to leave the property to enjoy a few drinks - perfect if you’re travelling with youngsters.
Group your accommodation with flights and transfers for a cheap and easy booking and make sure you book early to secure the best deal! Ask our experts about self-drive packages and sorting accommodation on its own.
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