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Selva di Val Gardena

Skiing in Selva di Val Gardena

Slopes

75
276
364
67
Total 782

Lifts

89

192

115

Height

3334m
935m

Glacier

1

Cross-country

830Km

Fun park

17

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Travel information relating to the Coronavirus

This information has been carefully compiled by Sunweb based on information provided by the local authorities. Since the measures mentioned are subject to constant change, no rights can be derived from this and Sunweb accepts no liability for any damage resulting from the use of this information.

Regulations per resort 

Distance in public areas (in metres)
1 metre
1 metre
Mouth mask
Yes
All over Italy, masks must be worn on both in- and outdoor public spaces from the age of 6. In South Tyrol it has recently been recommended to wear an FFP2 mask, this is not officially mandatory.
Required documentation before arrival
Yes

Italy only accepts tourists with a negative PCR test (from 2 years old). Even if you have already been vaccinated. They are waiting for the official green EU vaccination passport. When this is ready you can also enter the country with it.

All travelers traveling to Italy must complete this form (Passenger Locator Form) .

Travelers to Sardinia must also fill in this form from 28/5.

Covid test on destination at arrival
No
Required documentation on destination to return home (measure destination)
No
Required documentation on destination to return home (measure home country)
Quarantaine after arrival on destination
Depends
If you do not have a valid PCR Test in Italy, you either indicate that you will be tested within 48 hours or that you will be quarantined for 14 days, at a specified address.
Maximum persons together outdoors
Yes
Max. of 4 people.
Allowed to share a room with someone outside your household?
Yes
Curfew
Yes
Curfew between 00:00 AM to 05:00 AM.
Restaurants
Open
Restaurants and bars are open for lunch and dinner (outside & inside) max. 4 persons per table.
Bars/ Apres-ski
Open
Opening times of restaurants and bars are decided by region. Nationally, bars must close by 6.00 PM at the latest. Apres ski does not take place as usual. Max. of 4 persons per table.
Club/Nightlife
Closed
Supermarkets and pharmacies
Open
Activities, attractions and sights
Open
Museums and other cultural institutions are now also open on weekends. From Monday to Friday the admissions are limited to a maximum number of people (which varies depending on the capacity of the museum), in compliance with health prevention measures. For weekend visits you need to book online or by phone. It is possible to attend the shows in cinemas, theatres, concert halls and other venues, including outdoor venues. The maximum number of spectators must not exceed 50% of the maximum authorized capacity, and in any case, may not exceed 1,000 people for outdoor performances and 500 people for indoor performances. The seating plan must ensure a distance of at least one metre between spectators.
Wellness
Depends
Open in yellow area's.
Slopes
Closed
Skilifts
Closed
Ski rental
Open
Ski lessons
Yes
Groups smaller than in previous seasons. Mouth mask is mandatory at times when there is no distance between ski instructor and student.
Additional measures per ski region
No
Good to know
Increased restrictions for international, travel due to identification of a new variant of the virus Covid-19. The rules differ between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Please visit GOV.UK for more information.

General information

Skiing in Selva di Val Gardena – Ski to door and much more

Selva di Val Gardena is the Italian name for this beautiful ski resort. In German, the village is also called Wolkenstein. Selva di Val Gardena is the last and smallest village of the Val Gardena ski area. Although it is the smallest village, it is one of the most renowned winter sports resorts in the Alpine region. Other villages in the Val Gardena ski area are Santa Cristina and Ortisei (also known as St. Ulrich). The Weinlokalen and Konditoreien being a venue of conviviality, but also the typical Austrian après-ski in Val Gardena plenty to be found to do. The après-ski bars, such as Luise Keller, allows you to enjoy a schnapps or mulled wine.

The center of Selva di Val Gardena is stretched out and most activities are geared towards the winter sports tourists that come and visit the village. Due to its excellent location, it is often possible to ski at the end of the day to the door of your accommodation. From the valley you can view the impressive Sella Massif. The Ciampiona gondola will take you straight to the top of the mountain, where you can challenge yourself to do the spectacular Ciaminio run back to Selva di Val Gardena or choose one of the many other runs that starts there. The gondolas and lifts give access to the Dolomiti Superski region. The region has over 1200km of downhill runs to choose from. The ski areas that are all part of the Dolomiti Superski region are; Alta Badia, Arabba- Marmolada, Val di Fassa and Val Gardena. With the Dolomiti Superski left pass, you can make wonderful tours so that you never have to see a piste twice.

Cross-country skiers and hikers can make beautiful trips and for children there are separate elevators and there is childcare. After skiing you can relax in the sauna or solarium. And for the more energetic there is a tennis court and an indoor ice rink.