The Aosta Valley is a mountainous autonomous region in north-western Italy. It is bordered by France to the west, Switzerland to the north and the region of Piedmont to the south and east.

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  • Welcome to the UK site for Italy's beautiful Aosta Valley. Explore this site to learn more about this amazing and diverse region of the Alps.
  • NEW - Ski for free when you book four nights or more accommodation in Cervinia, Monterosa Ski and La Thuile between now and the end of the season. Click on the resort names for more info.
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Explore the Aosta Valley

Ski resorts

Skiing in Aosta

With charming, traditional villages, and purpose-built resorts with skiing to suit all levels, not to mention the mighty peaks of Mont Blanc, the Monterosa and the Matterhorn, this is a ski region not to be missed! As well as better-known Courmayeur and Cervinia, the Aosta Valley also boasts some lesser known gems - Champoluc, Gressoney, La Thuile and Pila.
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History & culture

Ancient monuments

From the spectacular Roman ruins, beautiful churches and fascinating museums of Aosta town, to the ancient castles which dot the valley and the numerous festivals which take place throughout the year, local art, theatre and produce, the Aosta Valley is perfect for those in search of history and culture.
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Food & wine

tasty regional treats

The Aosta Valley is packed full of gastronomic delights with hearty, creative and full-flavoured Aostan dishes including carbonada and mocetta and local specialities including Fontina cheese, Arnad lard and the delicious Jambon de Bosses ham. Vineyards cling to the mountainside and produce more than 20 fabulous local wines thanks to the region's microclimate.
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Blue sky skiing

Make planning your trip to the Aosta Valley easy - contact one of the UK tour operators who can book your entire trip including travel from the UK and advise on the best locations and accommodation for you. Whether you are in search of the perfect family holiday, a heliski adventure or the best special offers, one of our listed tour operators will be able to help.
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Things to do

white water rafting

Come snow or shine, there is so much to see and do. For the adventurous there's skiing (cross-country and alpine) and snowboarding in winter; and climbing, mountain-biking, rafting, canoeing and hiking in summer. For a more leisurely time, you can enjoy the valley by hot air balloon, explore the vineyards and wineries, relax in a spa or indulge in the fabulous food.
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Distance from the Airports

Airport transfers

Cheap airport transfers to the Aosta Valley