The discreet and delightful town of Madonna di Campiglio enjoys an exhilarating elevation of 1500m and is hailed as Italy’s most sought after ski resort. Occupying a picturesque position in a verdant valley, the snow-capped spires and grand glaciers of the region make it the ideal place to enjoy outdoor sports. The rich variety of mountain surroundings means skiers can soar from vertiginous vantage points of up to 2500m, while also enjoying the advanced technology and close proximity of cable cars and ski lifts. Après-ski venues with delight revellers with their diversity, and gastronomes will be satisfied by the excellent array of restaurants on offer.
According to the season, Madonna di Campiglio is a winter wonderland or a sun-drenched sanctuary; snow creates outstanding outdoor sports opportunities while sunshine reveals incredible hiking trails and vertiginous viewpoints. Immerse yourself in the natural splendour of the Adamello-Brenta Natural Park, a verdant expanse home to fascinating flora and fauna. Hike around the 50,000 hectares of enchanting woodland or mystical forest for a truly magical experience of the Italian Alps.
Alternatively, in the cold winter months, don a thermal ski suit and hit the slopes for an adrenaline fuelled alpine adventure; Madonna di Campiglio’s reputation as Italy’s most popular ski resort will become completely clear after you enjoy over 57 lifts and 150km of ski runs.
The rustic and richly decorated Chalet Fogajard restaurant boasts an atmosphere so intimate and inviting you’ll be loath to leave. Authentic Italian fare is given a contemporary twist in this exquisite eatery, where portions are perfectly presently and skilfully executed; sample signature dishes such as creamy pasta carbonara and tender sizzling steak. (Localita Fogajard 36, 38086 Madonna Di Campiglio, Italy)