In Aosta valley you find the Italian alpine village Breuil-Cervinia. Located at the foot of Matterhorn the village lies surrounded by high glaciated mountains. Cervinia is one of the highest ski resorts in Europe and offers a long winter season. The ski area of Cervinia-Valtournenche to Zermatt in Switzerland stretches over 350 km. In Cervinia you find the chair lift in the center of the village. You can also access the ski area with cable cars. All in walking distance from the village.

The ambiance of Cervinia village is relaxed and welcoming. Here you can really enjoy life without any stress. You will find several nice shops for clothes, shoes and accessories. Also several rental shops for sport equipment. The restaurants in the village are all serving fantastic Italian food. With wine from the Aosta valley or from their own vineyard’s.


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Ski paradise Cervinia - Zermatt | by La Cresta
Why Skipass? Safety on the slopes of Cervinia | by La Cresta
Why Skipass? Snow & slopes of Cervinia | by La Cresta
Why Skipass? The lift system of Cervinia | by La Cresta
Skiboot custom fitting Cervinia | by La Cresta
Matterhorn Glacier Ride - crystal cableway | by La Cresta
Cervinia - a ski paradise for kids | by La Cresta
Great lunch & après-ski at Plan Torrette, Cervinia | by La Cresta
Explore Cervinia with Federico Maquignaz | by La Cresta
Foyer des Guides, a top class alpine restaurant | by La Cresta
Why Cervinia? Meet the Tourist office crew. | by La Cresta
Get fit for the ski slopes with Anthony Dexmier | by La Cresta
Close-up on Ulla Frassy at Chalet Etoile | by La Cresta
Off-piste avalanche equipment can save your life | by La Cresta
A gorgeous day with Luca, Maestro di Sci | by La Cresta
Get fit for Cervinia slopes with Anthony Dexmier | by La Cresta
Discover La Cresta & Cervinia | by La Cresta
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