Great for all abilities
San Martino Di Castrozza in Italy has one of the prettiest village centres that we offer. Described by many as a little “Cortina”, the village itself provides a picture postcard setting for your next school trip. There are many shops all decorated with fairy lights to explore in the evenings. It feels very upmarket and very much on a par with with the lovely Swiss ski villages. For apres-ski there's a sports hall in the village that you can walk to with facilities for 5-a-side football, tennis and volleyball, among other things. There's also shopping in the village, ice skating, snowshoeing, pizza night, bum boarding and sledging on the nearby slope to name but a few of the possibilities at this excellent resort.
San Martino di Castrozza lies within the beautiful Dolomite landscape and boasts an unforgettable, beautiful view. The slopes stretch up to an elevation of 2357m and represent great variety in terms of difficulty, making this a great resort for mixed-ability groups. The nearby resort of Passo Rollo is also included in your pass, with both resorts providing a very healthy 60km of well-packed piste. And for those that love skiing and food, the 45km of Carosello delle Malghe combines great skiing with incredible mountain restaurant experiences.
Excellent resort and hotel.
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Hotel Excelsior Cimone
The Hotel Excelsior Cimone is located in the village centre of San Martino di Castrozza.
The hotel offers a spacious restaurant and bar area. All rooms have mountain views and a TV with satellite channels. The bathrooms include a shower and free toiletries. Free WiFi is also available in all rooms.
Hotel Excelsior Cimone offers a continental buffet breakfast. As well and three course evening meals in the restaurant where the chef prepares a variety of local cuisine.
Aprés-Ski at San Martino
The Colverde run is a 2600m long red that is lit up for night skiing and winds through a beautiful wood populated by firs and larches. This is a magical experience for your young skiers and one not to be missed!
Always a popular choice, ice skating is a fun winter activity that always works well on school ski trips.
This is a great activity for active groups and offers both a physical and mental challenge.
indoor sports hall
If your students are still full of energy despite spending the day on the slopes, then booking a sports hall could be a great way to use up any excess energy.
Your students will love bum-boarding - an exciting way to enjoy the slopes when the skiing ends.
You can't come to Italy and not have pizza! This will certainly be a popular activity with your students.
It may be a bit chilly out there, but you can't come to Italy and not try the gelato! It's the creamiest, most delicious ice cream you'll ever eat!