Bormio, the pearl of Italian Alps: ski, trekking, sports, spas and good cuisine

Bormio, in Alta Valtellina (Lombardy) is the pearl of the Italian Alps, internationally known for its unique slopes, crossed every year by world ski champions.

Dozens of kilometers of downhill and cross-country trails, with a unique height difference in the Alps, from 3000 to 1200 meters without interruption.
Thanks to Stelvio Pass glaciers, with their more than 3000 meters of altitude, in Bormio is possible to ski even in summer.

But Bormio is not just skiers' paradise: cyclists and MTB lovers will find bread for their legs... Stelvio, Gavia, Mortirolo: mythical mountain passes, a must for cycling enthusiasts, but Bormio is also trekking, on many paths suitable for every level of difficulty, from the amateur to the expert alpinist.

For those who prefer relax, Bormio offers three thermal establishments with an ancient history: the thermal springs of Bormio have been known since Roman times.

Thermal baths are equipped with indoor and outdoor pools with panoramic view of the valley, whirlpools, spas and saunas.

For those who prefer good food, Valtellina can offer masterpieces: a gastronomy unique in all the Alps: pizzoccheri, sciatt and bresaola are only the most famous dishes of a kitchen to be discovered.