There’s a charming Italian vibe in all the resorts within the valley.
Make sure you try the local tipple of choice - the Bombardino. This blend of advocaat and hot brandy is enough to warm every skier. The Grolla is another one to try, this sharing goblet of grolla and espresso will give you an extra little kick on the snow.
If you’re looking for a vibrant après scene, Canazei is the place to stay. There’s heaps of lively bars in the centre of the town - ski straight down the home run into Après ski Paradis and head to L’husky for cocktails.
Traditional restaurants scatter the mountains offering a delicious taste of the local cuisine meaning food lovers are in for a treat. There’s a huge range of mouth-watering dishes to try including local meats and cheeses; look out for Birramisù on the menu – it’s tiramisu made with beer and it tastes amazing.
Restaurants and bars line the cobbled streets of Campitello- its easy going vibe attracts those wanting relaxing evenings, ready for a long day on the piste.
Pozza di Fassa is ideal for a week of relaxation, the thermal baths at Central Termi Dolomiti are unique to the area and make the perfect place to wind down in the evening after a long day on your legs.
Campitello is home to the Ischia sports centre, this large complex has numerous sports facilities for football, basketball and mini golf and more.
The awesome scenery makes it a favourite destination for winter trekking and cross country skiing. There’s also the opportunity to do snow-shoeing and sleigh riding- these can usually be booked through the ski schools or accommodation.