Courmayeur is a traditional Italian resort full of character, and surrounded by spectacular scenery. The centre of the village is car-free with plenty of shops, restaurants and bars, and a fabulous après-ski scene. Meanwhile the mountain slopes are best for intermediate skiers, although experts will love the heliskiing and off-piste opportunities.

What the experts say

  • Courmayeur is the most exiting ski resort in Italy. The paradise for freeride and heliski and well groomed slopes under the Mont Blanc. Big choice of hotels with also some high level chalets Restaurant with amazing food, elegant shops in the pedestrian street and lounge bar and disco for the evening.

Didier Lacroix

Owner, Elite Holidays

More About Courmayeur

About the resort

First developed around two ancient churches at the foot of Mont Blanc, the now large village of Courmayeur is steeped in history. While retaining plenty of charm, the resort is also well equipped for the modern visitor with shops, restaurants and bars galore. Here you can read a little more about its history, ambience and attractions, and how to access the slopes.

On the mountain

Courmayeur caters for all levels of skier, offering the most variety and scope to intermediates. However, beginners also have plenty of opportunities here, and experts will particularly love the off-piste terrain and heliskiing opportunities. Links to Chamonix enable skiers to venture further afield, and the numerous mountain restaurants on offer mean that stopping for a break is always a pleasure. Now that the new Skyway Monte Bianco cable car is open the link to Chamonix is not only quicker but also pretty spectacular. 

Off the mountain

If you’re not skiing, you won’t be short of things to see and do in Courmayeur. From browsing the plethora of shops and boutiques along Courmayeur’s cobbled streets, to enjoying a lively café and bar culture at après-ski time, this is a charming and interesting place to explore at all hours of the day. In this section you can also find out more about sports and childcare facilities, dining out, and how and where to explore Courmayeur’s historical background.

Where to stay

Courmayeur has an excellent range of accommodation on offer, either in the town itself or in the neighbouring hamlets of Dolonne or Entreves. Options include luxury hotels, bed and breakfasts and centrally located apartments. To book or for advice, contact one of the Courmayeur specialists listed below.

Packages and tour operators

A number of UK tour operators can assist with arranging all elements of your holiday to Courmayeur including accommodation and travel from the UK and can advise you on the best accommodation options for you.

UK Tour Operators in the Aosta Valley