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San Vigilio di Marebbe Resort Overview

San Vigilio di Marebbe, located in the heart of the Italian Dolomites, stands at 1,201m with the highest ski lift reaching up to 2,275m. It is a gateway to the Dolomiti Superski area, which offers 1,200km of skiable terrain.

This charming, traditional alpine village offers a wide range of accommodation options, from luxury hotels to cosy B&Bs and self-catered apartments, many of which are ski-in-ski-out. The resort enjoys reliable snowfall throughout the ski season, which typically runs from early December to early April.

Skiing in San Vigilio di Marebbe

San Vigilio di Marebbe offers an exciting range of skiing for all levels. The resort is part of the Kronplatz ski area which offers a diverse selection of 119km of pisted terrain. The resort boasts 32 modern ski lifts and a wide variety of slopes – from gentle, wide beginner runs to steep and challenging black runs.

For beginners, the Miara slopes near the village are the perfect place to start. Intermediate skiers will enjoy the wide, red runs at the top of the Kronplatz mountain, whilst advanced skiers can test their skills on the challenging black runs like Sylvester and Herrnegg.

Off-piste skiing enthusiasts will not be disappointed with the variety of freeride routes available, especially in the nearby Fanes-Sennes-Braies Nature Park. Plus, snowboarders will love the snowpark on the Kronplatz with its variety of jumps and rails.

Is San Vigilio di Marebbe Family-friendly?

An ideal ski resort for families, San Vigilio di Marebbe offers a safe and welcoming environment with a variety of family-friendly amenities. The pedestrianised village centre is safe for children and many of the accommodation options cater to families. The resort also offers a variety of non-skiing activities, including snowshoeing, sledging and ice skating.

Après-Ski Scene in San Vigilio di Marebbe

After a day on the slopes, San Vigilio di Marebbe offers a vibrant après-ski scene. The village is home to a selection of cosy bars and pubs where you can relax with a drink. The Gogo Bar is a popular spot for live music and DJ sets, whilst the rustic atmosphere at Bar Saltos is perfect for a quiet evening drink.

Dining in San Vigilio di Marebbe

San Vigilio di Marebbe offers a range of dining options to suit all tastes and budgets. For a traditional Italian meal, Ristorante Pizzeria Salvan is a must-visit, whilst the gourmet cuisine at La Palsa is not to be missed. If you’re looking for something a bit different, head to the Baita Ciuf dl Ton for a taste of typical Ladin cuisine.

How to Get to San Vigilio di Marebbe

The quickest way to get to San Vigilio di Marebbe from the UK is to fly to Bolzano Airport (1h30m transfer), Innsbruck Airport (2h30m transfer), or Venice Marco Polo Airport (3h transfer). If you’re travelling by train, the nearest station is Brunico (30m transfer). If you choose to drive, there is ample parking available in the resort.

San Vigilio di Marebbe Insider Tips

  • Visit the Fanes-Sennes-Braies Nature Park for a change of scenery and a chance to explore the stunning Dolomite landscapes.
  • For a unique dining experience, book a table at the Ütia de Bioch, a mountain hut that serves traditional Ladin cuisine.
  • Don’t miss the chance to try out the longest toboggan run in South Tyrol, the Tru Liösa Foram.


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