Over recent years Livigno has become increasingly popular due to its snow record at an altitude of between 1816m and 3000m, and with over 115km of prepared piste available for beginner and intermediate skiers, Livigno has become one of the top ski areas in Italy. The whole area is linked by a regular ski-bus service that is free with a lift pass. Livigno also offers night skiing for the more adventurous skier.
Over the high season months of December and January Pure has in resort representatives to insure the holiday of a life time.
ACTIVITIES & DINNER PROGRAMME
4 dinners with activities at different venues.
– Welcome dinner: After a long journey, settle into a relaxed dinner and get to know some of your fellow travellers.
– Bum-boarding and dinner: Good old fashioned fun sliding down the slopes, followed by dinner.
– Ski -doo and dinner: Head out on snowmobiles to the restaurant situated within the national park on the outskirts of Livigno.
– Farewell dinner: At the end of the week we have our farewell dinner.
When you’re not tearing up the slopes, there are many other activities for you to enjoy. These include horse riding, paragliding, quad biking, rock climbing, ice-skating, cinema, night skiing, ice driving, drift go-karting, husky sleigh rides, trips to St Moritz, Bormio thermal baths and day trips on the Bernina express rail.
Being situated in Italy, Livigno boasts almost 100 restaurants to choose from. During the day, you can choose from a variety of foods on offer from the mountain huts and the town has endless choices mainly serving Italian cuisine that is sure to leave you wanting more. Due to its duty free status, the food in Livigno is very well priced.
Not only will you be spoilt for choice in terms of terrain, but you’ll also be spoilt for choice off the slopes. With over 10 bars and nightclubs, Livigno is known to have an extensive nightlife that doesn’t disappoint. There are many options, but make sure you visit Bivio, Alibi, Marco’s pub, Daphne’s, Alegra, Kosmo and Mickey’s Pub.