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| YOUR HOLIDAY STARTS FROM HERE

impianti aperti in estate: la funivia di bormio 3000

On the top of ours mountains you find breathtaking views, alpine huts, panoramic trekking, mtb itineraries and majestic glaciers.

Situazione Passi Alpini: ciclisti sullo Stelvio. Photo by Markus Greber

Here you can find always updated info about the status of mountain Passes linked to Bormio.

| EVENTS

Next Top Events
summer events bormio 2018

The wellness mountain of Bormio hosts hundreds of events all year round.



| WHAT KIND OF HOLIDAY DO YOU PREFER?

A Thousand years of relaxation To say that the enjoyment of relaxation in Bormio and in Alta Valtellina is millennial is non-trivial: in fact, the […]

Relaxed Vacation

History and culture in the heart of the Alps Bormio and the Alta Valtellina, thanks to their strategic position in the heart of the Alps, […]

Cultural Holiday

Sports for all, 365 days a year For those who are looking for an active holiday including virtually all sports , then Bormio in the […]

Active Vacation – Sports for everyone


| DESTINATIONS

Different destinations in a unique resort: Bormio and its valleys.

The Valfurva opens on the east side of the valley of Bormio and goes for about 15.5 miles miles (25 km) up into the Ortler-Cevedale group of mountains. […]

Valfurva, 360° of Tourism

Valdisotto, a narrow corridor of land by the river Adda, connects Bormio with the rest of the Valtellina. It is also known as the “entrance” […]

Valdisotto, Doorway to the Magnificent Land

Valdidentro is located in the heart of the Alta Valtellina, about halfway between the town of Bormio and the area extra-customs of Livigno, and only a few […]

Valdidentro, The Pearl of the Alps

Bormio is located in the center of the Alta Valtellina, and thus it is easy to reach various nearby locations, including those in the province of Sondrio, […]

The Area Surrounding Bormio

Bormio is located at an altitude of 4019 feet (1,225 meters), in a wide natural basin surrounded by the mountains of the Ortles-Cevedale group, and […]

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