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Skiing Holidays in the Alps

Stretching across eight countries including France, Germany, Italy, and Switzerland, the Alps are the go-to destination for skiing in Europe. Mammoth mountains offer year-round skiing and reliable snow.

Ski Holidays in the Alps: Top Holiday Lettings

Apartment Sulzberg
9 Mar - 16 Mar
£40 per night
Apartment ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Pleasant Flat in Sulzberg with Garden & Barbecue

3.5
Good (2 ratings)
Sulzberg, Oberallgäu, Germany
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Apartment Vorderbichl
13 Apr - 20 Apr
£39 per night
Apartment ∙ 3 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Holiday Apartment in Vorderbichl with Garden & Barbecue

4.6
Excellent (5 ratings)
Vorderbichl, Inzell, Germany
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Apartment Sillianberg
9 Mar - 16 Mar
£61 per night
Apartment ∙ 5 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Holiday Apartment in Sillianberg with Terrace, Garden & Barbecue

4.9
Outstanding (2 ratings)
Sillianberg, Gemeinde Sillian, Austria
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The Top 5 Ski Resorts in the Alps

The Top 5 Ski Resorts in the Alps

Skiing holidays in the Alps are suitable for all, with family resorts and nursery slopes to advanced off-piste runs for experienced skiers. With a huge number of both luxury and budget resorts spread across thousands of kilometres, we have broken down the best skiing holidays in the Alps to help you choose your perfect destination.

  1. Courchevel, France

    One of the largest resorts in the world and consistently voted one of the best-loved too, Courchevel is a luxury resort with a price-tag to match; think designer shops, Michelin-starred restaurants, and upmarket hotels. However, away from the glitz and glamour, it offers great ski conditions and slopes that you can access via 60 lifts.

  2. Gstaad, Switzerland

    Gstaad looks like something from a Christmas card, with its beautiful wooden houses always covered with a dusting of snow. It has retained its charming old-fashioned feel by banning the use of cars, meaning that the air is clear and the view is never hindered by pollution. As well as great ski slopes, there are opportunities for cross-country skiing and hiking, and the Swiss Open tennis tournament is held there every summer.

  3. Val d'Isere, France

    This busy town is known for its vibrant après-ski scene, with parties that start at the slopes and go on well into the early hours of the next morning. There are dozens of great restaurants to choose from and great skiing with over 150 lifts and 186 miles (300km) of ski slopes that are suitable for all ages and abilities. They also have a large fake-snow producing facility, so you're certain to get a great day's skiing even if the weather isn't playing ball.

  4. Zermatt, Switzerland

    At the foothills of the iconic Matterhorn, there are exquisite views everywhere you turn in Zermatt. You can ski all year long in Zermatt due to its high altitude, with long runs that offer an exhilarating workout before stopping for a rest and a cheese fondue at one of the many lodges in the town. The annual Hahnenkamm race is great fun to watch and usually takes place at the end of January.

  5. Kitzbühel, Austria

    Kitzbühel is a good choice for families, as there are a lot of local schools that teach skiing, snowboarding, and even ice skating. It's also a little cheaper than some resorts, with many family-run inns that offer better value than luxury hotels or catered chalets. There are gentle slopes and nursery runs for beginners, but advanced skiers won't be disappointed due to the challenging freestyle areas with incredibly steep terrain.

Best Places to Stay for Ski Holidays in the Alps

House Brezzo di Bedero
27 Apr - 4 May
£193 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

House in Brezzo Di Bedero

Brezzo di Bedero, Province of Varese, Italy
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Apartment Sigiswang
13 Apr - 20 Apr
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£66
£62 per night
Apartment ∙ 5 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Flat in Sigiswang with Terrace, Sauna & Barbecue

4.6
Excellent (17 ratings)
Sigiswang, Ofterschwang, Germany
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Apartment Schönau am Königssee
2 Mar - 9 Mar
£75 per night
Apartment ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Nice Flat in Schönau Am Königssee with Garden & Terrace

Schönau am Königssee, Berchtesgadener Land, Germany
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Information about Skiing Holidays in the Alps

📏 Average size of a holiday home 57 m²
🥳 Busiest month January
🛏️ Popular accommodation types Apartment rental and House rentals
🌡️ Warmest weather August and July
🥶 Coldest weather January and February
🌧️ Rainiest months 14 rainy days in May and February

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the ski season start in the Alps?

Ski holidays in the Alps are usually in January, when the average temperature is around 3°C.

Skiing Holidays in the Alps: what's the average price for the holiday rental?

Vacation homes cost around £39 in the Alps per night.

Are pets allowed when staying in a Alps holiday letting?

Yes, there are 106,862 holiday apartments in the Alps that allow pets with an average price of £193 per night.

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