Aosta and surroundings
The Aosta plain, in the heart of the region, covers an area rich in traces of the area’s history. From the valley bottom it is just a short trip up to the splendid Pila ski area, as well as other mountain spots offering superb views of the surrounding peaks.
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The exhibit presents internationally acclaimed Canadian photographer’s large-format coloured photographs that capture some of the world’s most breathtaking landscapes.
Traditional festival in honour of the patron of Fénis, San Maurizio, a martyr of the Theban Legion to which the people of the region are very much devoted. Tradition has it that his martyrdom too…
Patron saint’s day celebrations include the “Badoche” parade that goes around the villages, a “fiolet” competition, Holy Mass, auction, lunch banquet, and afternoon dance.
La mostra intende mettere in luce gli splendidi siti artistici presenti in Valle d’Aosta
Thanks to the e-bike, cycling tourism in the mountains is finally for everyone: leisurely enjoy trails of great natural, historical and gastronomic interest.
Celebrate the arrival of the New Year in the magical and natural setting of the Aosta Valley, with all the flavours the local cuisine has to offer.
Discover the most beautiful little corners of Aosta, along with a trusted, expert guide, without the need for a car, covering an unexplored itinerary right in the heart of the city.
Art, history and good food come together in a single holiday package – visit the Valle d’Aosta’s finest castles and enjoy its finest food.
A charming stay with the flavors and nature of Valle d’Aosta. Discover the many events featuring local products: wine, cured meats, cheese, honey…
PROPOSAL FOR GROUPS: Stay in the heart of the Gran Paradiso National Park and visit of Aosta with its Roman and medieval monuments
Two days to explore food, wine and art of Valle d’Aosta.