Valle d'Aosta is surrounded by marvellous mountain ranges, among which the figure of Mont Blanc stands out, which is, with its 4810 metres, the highest peak in Europe and it marks the border between Italy and France.
The eight mountain communities, in which the valley is divided, operate with passion and constancy in the preservation of cultural, linguistic and environmental peculiarities. At the same time, they also encourage the development of local wealth and in this way offer tourists a variety of traditions and atmospheres, unique in its kind.
Tourism in the valley finds its natural vocation in mountaineering and skiing, thanks to the particular orography of the territory and the incomparable beauty of the mountains that surround it.
Valle d'Aosta, although small, is a region that offers its guests a great variety of natural environments and historical and artistic heritage. There are many places that maintain a strong will in perpetuating the tradition and the typical costumes of the place, with pride and passion.
Staying in our accommodation facilities and visiting our towns, you will have the opportunity to admire the settlements of ancient Salassi, or the Roman ruins of “Augusta Praetoria”, rather than visit the charming Romanesque and Gothic churches, magnificent medieval castles that characterise the landscape and the imposing Forte di Bard.
But Valle d'Aosta is above all unspoiled nature and enchanted places. Do not miss the opportunity to follow paths that will take you to the foot of the highest mountains in Europe, from which you can admire breath taking landscapes. Immerse yourself in nature and let yourself be guided in the parks and nature reserves of the region, where you can relax, take your time and discover the authentic face of a land more and more attentive to sustainable tourism. As Marcel Proust wrote, “the real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes”.