“The snow was epic and the mountains were awesome, what a back drop to a ski resort. All in all a very good trip, and I am looking forward to...
Russell, Party Leader, Buckinghamshire
“Faultless from beginning to end - every student ended the week having had the most memorable, successful and enjoyable time of their lives.”
Roy, Head of P.E., Hertfordshire
“This was our 9th ski trip with Club Europe to Hotel Vittoria in Marilleva, Italy. They have all been fantastic trips and this was one of the best ever.”
Mark, Party Leader, North Yorkshire
“We returned with an exceptionally happy group of students who were still ‘buzzing’ about their week when they met their parents. Everything, from start to finish, was exemplary."
Roy, Party Leader, Hertfordshire
Easy Slopes (Blue): 21
Medium Slopes (Red): 6
Difficult Slopes (Black): 4
Doorstep Skiing from Accommodation: None
Resort Height: 900m
Top Station Height: 2179m
KM of Skiing: 80
Number of Lifts: 31
Coach from Calais: 18 hrs
The linked resorts of Folgarida and Marilleva offer about 80km of well-groomed pistes, in snow bowls and boulevards, served by 25 lifts. The village of Marilleva is where the lifts start, getting you up to Marilleva 1400 and the pistes. The nursery slopes are gentle and the ski school personnel very professional. Both areas are ideal for school ski trips but generally, the Marilleva ski area is best for beginners, Folgarida for intermediates and the progression between the two is smooth. Expert skiers will enjoy the many long red pistes offering good fast “boulevard” skiing and there are four good black runs, two of which are about 1850m long. A new 8-seater gondola, situated just 3km away in Daolasa- Valmastellina, now enables skiers to reach over 2000m and then choose whether to ski in Folgarida or Marilleva.
The Val di Sole has lively and varied après ski. We can plan a fun programme for your group, full of traditional snow-based activities including torch-lit descents, snowshoe walking and ice-skating. Swimming and bowling evenings can also be organised as well as karaoke and discos.
Sarah Whitbread, London