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Cradled in a valley between the rugged Brenta Dolomites and the snow-capped Adamello-Presanella glaciers, Madonna di Campiglio is among northeast Italy’s most popular skiing resorts. A year-round destination, it’s also a gateway to the sprawling unspoilt splendour of Adamello Brenta Natural Park, where sapphire blue lakes, alpine meadows and enchanting forests set the scene for numerous recreational opportunities. The town itself lures in a mix of energetic adrenaline junkies and well-heeled jetsetters, who come for its glamorous accommodation, happening après-ski, and chic Italian flair.

Things to see

Come the ski season, Madonna di Campiglio Ski Area promises top notch skiing for beginners and experts alike. A terrain park and Nordic ski slopes ensure plenty of variety alongside the alpine pistes, whilst the area’s large network of lifts and gondolas keeps things efficient. Together with other nearby resorts, the area boasts over 150 kilometres of interlinked slopes. Providing a speedy connection to Pinzolo, the Pinzolo-Campiglio Express gondola offers the best views in town. During the 16 minute ascent or descent, skiers can take in the panoramic views of the towering Brenta Dolomites. If you like your golf with a mountain view, look no further than Golf Club Campo Carlo Magno. Set among leafy woodland, the tranquil 9-hole course is also home to a driving range and putting green. Just 10 minutes’ walk from the 5 Laghi Express Gondola’s uphill station, you’ll find Lake Ritoro. With its glassy teal water reflecting the mountains like a mirror, it’s one of the area’s most idyllic spots.

Hotels in Madonna di Campiglio

There are hotels in Madonna di Campiglio to suit all tastes, budgets and seasons. There’s a huge choice here, whether you want spa pampering in a glamorous 5-star retreat, rustic charm in a guest chalet, sprawling aparthotels laden with amenities, or simple budget-friendly digs. Many hotels in Madonna di Campiglio offer the convenience of ski storage, ski shuttles or ski-in/ski-out access, along with lots of après-ski amenities too. Most properties provide saunas, hot tubs, swish bars and restaurants, whilst some of the more upmarket digs often feature full-service spas and swimming pools too. In-room creature comforts include satellite television and WiFi in most places.

Where to stay

With its postcard architecture and village ambiance, the walkable town offers a slew of comforts and conveniences for when you’re not on the slopes. Whether it’s trendy fashion, hand-crafted trinkets, local produce or Trentino wines, Madonna di Campiglio is home to a variety of boutiques and shops to cater to its discerning crowd. The dining scene is equally excellent, offering both gourmet restaurants and more casual eateries, whilst nightspots keep things lively until late. When you’re ready to don your skis you’ll find the 5 Laghi Express Gondola and Spinale Gondola stations in the heart of town, whilst the Pradalago Gondola can be found towards the north.

How to get to Madonna di Campiglio

Madonna di Campiglio is situated around 2 and a half to 3 and a half hour’s drive from the nearest airports, giving you plenty of options when choosing your gateway. You can land at Milan’s Malpensa or Linate airports, Venice Marco Polo, Brescia, Verona Villafranca and Bergamo. Whilst you can rent a car and drive in from any one of them, the latter two airports are served by Flyski shuttle buses, which offer bookable transfers to Madonna di Campiglio. If you really like to make an entrance however, you can travel to the resort by helicopter from most Italian international airports.