Ski-Livigno is one of Livigno’s best known accommodation and resource site for the small skiing village of Livigno. We provide ski extras including ski hire and ski schools as well as a portal to getting Livigno quickly whether you’re travelling by car or plane. There are 110 km of fantastic ski runs to enjoy for all grades of skiers on both sides of the wide and sunny valley.
As spring emerges with longer days and more sunshine, Livigno is still
covered in a carpet of snow, from the village to the mountain tops. For those
of you who are thinking about enjoying the spring conditions, we have a deal,
just for you during the week of 30th March – 6th April.
Our ‘Spring Saver’deal means that instead of paying for 7 nights for an
apartment, you will pay for only 6 nights,
so 1 night is FREE, and it doesn’t end there! If you also buy any of our ‘Ski
Extra’ packages, you will receive 6 days but only pay for 5! Here is an
example, based on 4 adults.
7 nights Casa Susanna, 2 room apartment for 4 people – Published price €790 – ‘Spring Saver’ price €677 – SAVE €113
‘Ski Extra’ package – 6 days skipass + 6 days skis, sticks and boots. Published price €246 ‘Spring Saver’ price €205 SAVE €41 per person
‘Spring Saver’ Price breakdown for 4 adults:
4 sharing a 2 room Casa Susanna apartment and having 4 Skipass and ski, boots and sticks rentals, the total saving for 4 people can be a massive €277
Other ‘Ski Extra’ packages are available, including ski school!
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Ski-Livigno.com has the full timetable of the ski free periods for 2017 and 2018, one throughout December 2017 and one at the end of the season. During these periods you can use all of the 115km available in Livigno and have access to all 6 cablecars, 13 chairlifts, 11 ski lifts and the bus service that runs throughout Livigno on a complimentary lift pass with your accommodation.
The Exclusive Ski-Livigno.com Ski Pass Free Offer
During the ski free periods, we’re happy to announce these offers available to you:
Stay 7 nights in an apartment from €198 per person and receive a 6 days Livigno skipass FREE of charge (no minimum occupancy requirement)
Stay in a participating hotel for a minimum of 4 nights and receive a Livigno skipass of commensurate duration (i.e. 4 nights = 3 days skipass) FREE of charge
Ski Free Periods for Livigno 2017/2018
1st December 2017
22nd December 2017
7th April 2018
1st May 2018
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The middle of February not only brings the romance of Valentine’s Day on February 14th, but also marks the halfway point of Livigno’s ski season, with the last day of skiing expected to be on Monday May 1st.
The pistes are in perfect condition, the days are getting longer and more often than not, the sun is shining. This describes the start of spring skiing season and each day that passes brings more daylight and sunshine (with occasional snow). For many people, it is their favourite season, and if you haven’t yet planned a spring week away, www.ski-livigno.com has a very tempting offer to consider.
From March 18th – April 8th, 7 nights in an apartment, including 6 days ski pass is being offered as the ‘Spring Super Saver’ for only €299 per person. Where is the catch, I hear you say? Unless you plan on bringing an elephant to share your apartment, there is none! This is a per person offer, available to parties from 1 -7 people per apartment. So, why not get a group of friends together and take advantage of this great deal? Just visit our website and take it from there.
Spring in Livigno means there are plenty of events happening on and off the snow, including the Italian Freestyle Championships in March. So come along and enjoy the fun, the sun and the snow at a bargain price.
By tradition, Livigno’s first day of the ski season is on the last Saturday of November. For the past two years, the natural snow wasn’t much in evidence and last year, while skiers could still get from top to bottom on the first day, it was on a strip of machine made snow. For those of use who were there, it wasn’t a pleasant experience at all, but this year normal winter service has been resumed.
Thanks to Mother Nature, there were abundant snow falls during November and temperatures were consistently cold enough to make snow. So, on the first day of this season there was much more than just a strip of snow for skiers to enjoy!
Currently, about 60% of the trails are open and although it hasn’t snowed for a little while, thanks to a period of high barometric pressure, the temperatures are very cold and so snow-making goes on around the clock. Moreover, high pressure means clear skies so skiers get to enjoy the snow and the sun – a perfect combination. By the time the busy Christmas and New Year period arrives, Livigno will be operating at, or near to, 100% of the ski runs.
One of the big early-season events in Livigno is the annual cross country race ‘La Sgambeda’ which takes place on the first Saturday of December.Last year the track was reduced to a short loop with machine-made snow, whereas this year thousands of brightly dressed cross country skiers flocked to Livigno to make the most of the full circuit of 40 km.
After last year’s early season blip – Livigno is definitely back in business!
As Christmas approaches, Livigno, decorated for the festive season, takes on a magical quality.The village, busy with Christmas shoppers buying gifts in village’s 250 duty free shops, is in contrast to the ski slopes which are blissfully uncrowded.
This season the ‘Skipass Free’ period in early season continues up to and including December 24th. For many people, taking a holiday until the 24th December doesn’t leave time enough for their festive preparations. But maybe a short break could be the answer, and this season between 17th and 24th December, we are offering apartment short breaks, for four nights, including skipass from as little as €125 per person! There is no catch – this is the per person price and the offer also includes a free entrance to Livigno’s impressive leisure centre, Aquagranda, which is perfect for a workout or an afternoon of relaxing. If you would like to stay for longer, simply add on another €30 per night per person (each extra night includes another day of skiing). Subject to availability, arrival can be any day of the week as long as the holiday is completed no later than 24th December.
Free skiing and duty free shopping – it really is beginning to feel a bit like Christmas!
Livigno has a tempting choice of more than fifty restaurants in addition to the dozens of bars that offer snacks as well as drinks. This is great news for skiers, who have legendary appetites after a day on the slopes.
When choosing a restaurant, the service is as important as the cooking and here Livigno scores very higly. Many of the restaurants are family owned,and have been so for generations,and you will receive a warm welcome and enjoy excellent service.
So, where to dine? For a start, you can’t go wrong with a pizza anywhere in Italy, and Livigno is no exception. Among our favourites are the Mirage, in the pedestrian zone as well as Bellavista and Mario’s on the road to San Rocco. Both of these can be walked to from the central area of Livigno.
If you ae the kind of person who likes to try regional cuisine – and Livigno has some very tasty mountain dishes – most of the restaurants will serve up their own local specialities. Rhaps the best known of these is pizzocheri – buckwheat pasta ribbons with potatoes, cabbage, garlic, butter and local cheese (one plate is never enough). Among the best restaurants where you would find such delicacies are the Camana Veglia, Paprika and Mario’s.
For fresh fish and seafood (delivered each day from Milan) try Da Dino or if you need a fix of sushi, head for the Ristorante Larice.
A question frequently asked by skiers and boarders, and the answer isn’t a simple one, but we will give it a go!
If its a question of budget, then, without a doubt, the best time to go would be during one of Livigno’s ‘Skipass Free’ periods. To clarify, if you stay in an apartment for seven nights, a six-day ski pass is included, free of charge. If you prefer to stay in a hotel for a minimum stay of four nights, then each person will also receive a free ski pass commensurate with the length of stay. Next season ‘Skipass Free’ is from 26/11-24/12 2016 and again from 15/4-1/5/2017).
Although you will have to pay for your ski pass, January is, in this writer’s opinion, the best time to ski in Livigno. Package prices are low; the resort isn’t busy and moe often than not, January brings abundant snow. January is the coldest month of the winter, so wrap up warm!
As winter gives way to spring, the days lengthen, there is more sunshine and temperatures start to rise. Spring skiing can combine the best of everything – sunny days, tanned faces, spring snow conditions and in the run up to ‘Skipass Free’ in April, the slopes aren’t too busy at all.
If budget is no problem, its hard to beat a Christmas or New Year break in the mountains. Yes, the resort will be very busy, and accommodation can be pricey, but the festive atmosphere in the resort is magical.