Livigno and surroundings

Livigno, nestling between Valtellina and Engadine lies in an enchanting valley about 12 km long lined with stone and wooden houses.
Livigno, which belongs to the Sondrio province, is the second highest municipality in Italy. It is called ‘Piccolo Tibet’ (little Tibet) because of its dry, harsh climate, where snow is guaranteed from November to May!
In the village, also known as ‘pearl of the Alps’, you can enjoy a breathtaking view over the two surrounding mountain chains that gently descend from 3000 to 1800 mt above sea level.
Livigno, which is also renowned for its duty- free shopping, is a well known,trendy international holiday resort all year round.
Cross country tracks, ski pistes, trekking, mountain bike, rugged trails for hiking and biking are only a few of the activities one can enjoy in this fantastic area.
Livigno boasts 115 km of ski pistes, as well as pistes dedicated exclusively to snow boarding, 32 ski lifts and numerous ski schools.
In the summer the whole skiing area transforms into an enormous Bike Park, where international competitions take place.
Livigno is one of the most popular and well equipped tourist areas in the Alps where everybody can find their perfect holiday in natural surroundings and in the true alpine tradition.

And then there are, of course, the traditional venues called ‘Tea’, where you can taste the typical local dishes, not to mention gourmet restaurants as well as clubs for those who like to party into the small hours. The Livigno Valley borders with Switzerland and St Moritz is within easy reach. One option to visit St Moritz is to travel by the Unesco Heritage Red Bernina Train that will take you to St Mortiz winding its way through a unique magical alpine landscape.

Historic Thermal Baths in Bormio ,Bagni Nuovi e Vecchi (Old and New Baths) that guarantee relaxation and wellness all year round are also close by.