Pré Saint Didier’s Spa

Less than 500 meters from the Foyer Don Bosco there are the famous thermal baths of Pré Saint Didier. The warm waters flow from the heart of the mountain at a temperature of about 37 ° C. They have been famous since ancient times because of their ability to soften skin, to facilitate blood circulation and muscle movements and to produce a physical and moral wellbeing. Pré Saint Didier offers clients many options and services, including various types of massage, whirlpool tubs, saunas and mud baths. The wellness programs contemplate water features, invigorating waterfalls, lights, colours, aromatherapy and colour therapy rooms, accompanied by background music specifically designed to achieve the greatest effect. The garden outside the building also houses three large swimming pools with a sunbathing area, an element of pride for the spa complex, which allow you to relax soaking in the hot springs whilst enjoying lovely views of the mountain peaks and snowy landscapes.

La Thuile

La Thuile has rightfully been a part of the large European skiing organization since winter 1988. The district also includes five four-seat chairlifts, three three-seat chairlifts and five ski lifts: with an overall capacity of 45.000 people/hour. Its flagship is the international connection with the French resort of La Rosiere. With just one pass you can ski on 77 runs totalling 155 km, served by 38 ski lifts, located between Italy and France

Courmayeur

Enjoying an exceptional view of the Mont Blanc chain, the ski area of Courmayeur Mont Blanc Ski lifts offers 100km of runs. For those who practice skiing or snowboarding it offers a variety of runs through the forests and sun-facing slopes of Chécrouit and Val Veny. The artificial snow, produced for more than 70% of the skiing area, ensures a quality snow cover on all slopes. For lovers of free ride, fabulous off-piste routes with views of Mont Blanc can be reached at the top of the ski area

Pila

A "Penthouse above the city of Aosta," valley rich in forests of fir and larch: Pila began life as an "integrated" sky resort, perfectly equipped for leisure sports and mundane activities. It is accessible by car, or even with a convenient cable-car from a yard located near the railway station of the regional capital. The ski area covers 12 square kilometres and 70 kilometres of runs, served by 13 ski lifts.