The Ayas/Champoluc and Gressoney valleys climb up towards the huge Monte Rosa massif, leading the visitor on a voyage of discovery through the culture of the Walser people, villages boasting typical local architecture and vast ski areas.
In the summer, hikers can take advantage of on-call transport services running in the Matterhorn and Monte Rosa tourist areas.
From 25th July, a new wellness center in Champoluc, in the Ayas valley. Swimming pools, spa area, beauty treatments...
At Challand-Saint-Victor, a nature reserve that is home to interesting species.
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The Festa della Madonna delle Nevi is celebrated throughout Valle d’Aosta on 5 August. Even in the village of Muhnes, located at an altitude of 2005 metres, a Mass is said in the chapel and after the…
A full day on a mountain dairy farm together with those who work there all summer, following the pace set by the animals and the mountain environment. Guided visits, lunch with typical produce…
Visit the Aosta Valley in complete freedom, driving a silent, non-polluting BMW i3 electric car.
This itinerary, which runs through the most spectacular stages of the Lys Paths, stands out for the level of comfort of the stays, in hamlets and alpine villages of Walser culture
Valuable from a point of view both of history and of the landscape, this trail leads you to discover the roots of Walser culture: stone, wood, art, spirituality and a healthy effort.
A 3, 4, 7-day trekking in Aosta Valley in the shadows of the Matterhorn and Monte Rosa peaks
Castore is a really nice snowy peak on the boundary line between Italy and Switzerland
The most classic and popular ascent of Monte Rosa.