Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4
2 one -bedroom apartments one next to the other home 56494 for 4, home 56495 for 6. On another floor but in the same house home 125226, a 2-bedroom apartment for max 8 persons. We live in the neighbourhood and can give you some useful information during your stay in Cervinia.
Home 56494:4 persons Living room with sleeping coach, bedroom with bunk bed, separate kitchen with 4 cooking plates, microwave, coffeemachine, television, bathroom with shower and bidet, balcony with vieuw on the Matterhorn, skilocker.
Further details indoors
The apartment has a balcony with beautiful view on the Matterhorn and has been completely renovated.
We live in the neighbourhood and we can give you useful information during your stay.
Further details outdoors
Restaurants, cafés, skipass sale, ski rental, Grocery at 100m.
Skibus before the apartment. If you are not a beginner you can leave and return by ski
Very nice in the summer for whom like the mountains.
Aosta at 50 km is a very interesting Roman city. The Aosta Valley has a lot of beautiful castles.
In the summer you can use the grass field behind the house (sunny side). In the apartment you will find 2 deck-chairs.
In April (after Eastern), May, June and July, September , October and November available also for only a few days, a small break or a week-end at € 40 per night and € 5 for every person. From December until Eastern bookings only for a week from Saturday to Saturday.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
The North West Italy region
The Valle d'Aosta is surrounded bu the highest mountains in Europe: such as theh Mont Blanc, the Monte Rosa and the Matterhorn, it is also the smallest region in Italy with only 120,000 inhabitants.
The Aosta Valley is well-known for its famous skiresorts, such as Breuil-Cervinia, La Thuile and Courmayeur.
The capital, Aosta 580m a.s.l. , origanally was called Augusta Pretoria and was founded by the Romans in 25 B.C.
In this intersting city, wherever you go you are reminded of the ancient Roman town, from the Arch of August to the Theatre.
Every village has its churches and houses built in the typical rural architectural style, some are now museums where you can discover the habits and customs of Aosta Valley.
But let's not forget the numerous castles: Fenis, Issogne, St Pierre, Aymavilles, Verres,...and the Bard Fortress, which has just be renovated and now hosts the Museum of the Alps
Among Aosta Valley's infinity of natural riches are some trekking routes of exceptional beuaty, where it is possible to explore mountain traditions, taste typical local produce and admire the extraordanary architecture of small mountain villages - all this walking along ancient footpaths, with a rucksack on your back, in the silence of the great mountains, among wild animals and carpet of flowers.
If you like something more moundain what about an evening in the "Casino of St-Vincent"?
Aosta Valley means also good cooking.
Among the most characteristic ingredients of Valdostan cooking is Fontina Dop, a tasty cheese made of cow's milk, still produced according to an artisanal procedure. Specialities not to be missed are the "Zuppa alla Valpellinenze" or an excellen rustic "Polenta". A typical main course is "Carbonada". Also worth trying is the local game, such as chamois or roebuck, cooked with red wine and spices and served with "Polenta". Excellent cured meat such as Bosses ham, ArnadLard and famous "Mocetta"(smoked chamois pickled with seasoning and herbs sand then dried). It is a local custom to end you r meal with the traditional Valdostan Coffee. This is a boiling cocktail of coffee, grappa, cognac lemon and orange peel, sugar and spices. Everyone drinks from the same wooden container featuring drinking spouts and kwonn as "Coppa dell'Amicizia".
The Aosta Valley can also be proud of a large list of excellent red and white wines.
The Aosta Valley is worth to be discovered as well in the winter as in the summer.
Below the gorgeous profile of the "Matterhorn", the Breuil-Cervinia and Valtournenche skiing area connected to that of Zermatt (Switzerland) is one of the vastes in the Alps and offers you about 350 km pists.
Cervinia 2050 m a.s.l. guarantees ski from the end of October to May and summer ski on the glacier in July and August.
You can reach hights up to 3883m with the Cablecar of "Little Matterhorn" (the highest in Europe), where you will enjoy a spectacular vieuw over the Alps highest mountains.
If you like skiing, Breuil-Cervinia is the place to be.
You can choose between an Italian skipass or an International skipass (including the Zermatt area)
Prices on www.cervinia.it
winter: cross-country skiing, ice-skating, swimming in warm and covered swimming pools, ski-doos,
summer: golf, hiking, horse riding, tennis, mountain bike, rafting (down in the valley),...
The 18 hole Golf course is one of the most important in the whole Alps. Don't miss the thrill of playing at the foot of the Matterhorn. Today it offers a technically course: PAR 68 of 4796m with double start.
Breuil-Cervinia offer walking, running, cycling -routes and excursions of different duration and for every level to enjoy yourself in the company of silence, friends or expert guides. Awides choice of solutions for the most varied holiday. Brochures are avaialbe at the local Tourist Office.
Make time to visit (summer and winter) the "Grotta del Ghiaccio" at the Little Matterhorn Station. You will find a natural cave made of ice with origianl ice sculptures.
You can also visit www.cervinia.it to check out the webcams, weather reports, lift status and snow conditions.
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