About the Resort
High up at the end of Aosta Valley, on the Italian side of the Matterhorn Massif, Cervinia, also known as Breuil-Cervinia, enjoys great snow coverage. Linked with Zermatt, just over the Swiss border, the combined pistes make up the highest ski areas in Europe, with beautiful views all round. So here is
Most of the slopes in the Cervinia piste map are west-facing, with plenty of long intermediate runs to enjoy both above the tree line and glacial heights. Cervinia is definitely recommended for beginners and intermediates. Read More
When you’re looking for Cervinia ski accommodation, you’ve got an extensive range to choose from. You’ll find it cheaper to stay here than Zermatt. Whether you’re on a limited budget or you’re looking for something on the luxury end of the scale, you’ll find something to suit. Read More
When it comes to altitude, Cervinia benefits from its high position on the Italian side of the Matterhorn; you’ll definitely be guaranteed some superb snow coverage here. The Cervinia slopes are sunny, high and snow-sure, thanks to their westerly-facing location. Read More
We like Cervinia’s sunny slopes which are high and pretty snow-sure. Its stunning setting beneath the towering Matterhorn means you’re guaranteed wonderful views. If you’re looking for a resort that has miles of long and gentle runs. Read More
There’s not a huge amount to do at Cervinia, which may suit you if you’re just heading for the slopes. However, if you are looking for a more compact resort to go for a wander, Cervinia may suit you well. Read More
+High Altitude Resort.
+Excellent Nursery slopes.
Things to think about
-Drive up to Cervinia can be difficult in bad weather.
-Easily exposed to bad weather causing lifts to close.
Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche Pass
Child Pass – Children born after 2006
1002km 9hr 56min
Travel from Calais
Turin | 120km | 1hr 41min