Dolomiti Superski Holidays in Arabba

Price
from £995
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14 December 2024 – 29 March 2025
Take a look at our Dolomiti Superski holidays in Arabba
Country
Italy
Ability
All Abilities
Duration
7 Nights
Resort
Arabba
Dates
Sat - Sat
Price
from £995
Ski holidays in Arabba - your skiing getaway on the Sellaronda

Get ready for the world’s most beautiful mountains! Enjoy one of our Dolomiti Superski holidays in Arabba, a picture-postcard Tyrolean resort in one of the world’s most extensive and ultra-modern ski networks, with the Sellaronda at it’s heart.

At 1602m, Arabba is the highest resort on the Sellaronda and, in pure skiing terms, arguably the best in the Dolomites. Boasting a tantalising network of north-facing slopes, this vibrant village is snow-rich until long after Easter.  All prices include return scheduled coach transfers which operate between Venice Marco Polo Airport and Arabba every Saturday and we provide essential info covering ski passes, equipment hire, and ski tuition. In addition, our 6 Day Ski Plan will ensure first-time visitors get the best from the area.

Browse this page to discover more about our Dolomiti Superski holidays in Arabba. When you’re ready, simply click the ‘Enquire’ or ‘Book Now’ buttons, provide some information, then let our skilled enquiry team make it happen for you. 

At a glance

Dates

14 December – 29 March 2025
(Saturday to Saturday)

Price

4* Hotels – from £995
Luxury Chalets – from £995
B&B – from £725

Resorts

Abundant and steep north-facing skiing makes Arabba, at 1602m, one of the most snow-sure and exhilarating resorts on the Sellaronda. It is also the gateway to the Marmolada, highest mountain in the Dolomites at 3313m. Read more about Dolomiti Superski & Arabba here

Grade

All abilities, but Corvara is arguably better for beginners

What’s included

7 nights half-board – from 4* hotel luxury to self catering – just tell us what you are looking for.
Scheduled return coach transfers – between Venice Marco Polo & Corvara.
6 day ski plan – this valuable aid will help first-time visitors explore this immense ski paradise. Our proposed itineraries are tried and tested gems that will take you to corners far and wide within Dolomiti Superski, including the must-do classics.
Online handbook– everything you need to know before you go to ensure a plain-sailing, hassle-free holiday, including village map with key locations.

Not included – Ski Pass, Equipment Hire, Ski Tuition & Resort Representation. 

Flights

Arabba is best served by Venice Marco Polo (3hrs).
Other airports that work well are Treviso, Innsbruck, Verona, (all 3hrs), Trieste and Milan (both 4hrs) if you book a private transfer (see below for more details).  Visit Venice Flights  Treviso Flights Innsbruck Flights  Verona Flights  Trieste Flights  Milan Flights for route and price examples.

Travel

Our Scheduled Coach Transfers operate every Saturday between Venice Marco Polo and Arabba as follows:

Departs Venice Marco Polo – 1400 prompt
Departs Arabba – 0700 prompt – for flights taking off after 1200
Journey Time – 3½hrs.

Ski Carriage – must be pre-booked at £15 return per set.
Some waiting time at the airport is inevitable unless you book a private transfer. Please note that our scheduled transfers cannot wait for delayed flights. Please see our ‘need to knows’ below for more information.

Private Transfers - Anytime, Anywhere

If our scheduled coach transfers do not fit your travel plans – or it is easier for you to fly to another regional airport such as Treviso, Innsbruck, Verona, (all 3hrs), Trieste or Milan (both 4hrs) we can organise private taxi transfers for you. This can work particularly well for groups as the more passengers there are, the lower the cost per person. Contact us for bespoke pricing and book early! 

Ski Pass, Equipment Hire & Ski School

Well in advance of your ski holiday in Corvara, we provide you with everything you need to deal with the essentials – skipass, equipment hire and, if required, ski tuition. We strongly recommend that you book all these in advance – click here for more details – but we are here to help if you have any problems along the way.

Your 6 Day Ski Plan

Arabba is a superb springboard for Dolomiti Superski, but it is a drop in the ocean in Europe’s largest linked ski area.
Good waymarking makes navigation easy… but only if you know where to go.
Our 6 Day Ski Plan is designed to help first-time visitors get the best from a skiing holiday in the Dolomites.
It gets you far and wide into Dolomiti Superski, whilst also ticking off the classic ‘must-do’ runs and itineraries.
If you do all 6 of them, we guarantee you’ll be back for more! Here is an overview…

Skiing area in the Dolomites Alps. Overlooking the Sella group  in Val Gardena. Italy

Sat - Arrive

Arrive, settle in, and get ready for tomorrow!
Collect your skipass. Sort your skis, boots and helmet. Take a short walk and familiarise yourself with the resort.
If you have booked tuition, drop in on the ski school and ask any questions. Use the village map in your portal to identify key locations.

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Sun - Pralongia Plateau

Pralongia Plateau
Not really a plateau at all – the perfect first day – glorious scenery – traditional mountain huts.
An endless feast of blues and reds radiate into sensational snowy landscapes with awe-inspiring backdrops. Beautifully manicured, tree-lined pistes are interspersed with charming rifugios. This is a good day for local orientation.

Ski domain Dolomiti Superski with panoramic views of Sassolungo and Sella group, at sunset.

Mon - Orange Sellaronda

Orange Sellaronda 
A jewel in the crown of Dolomiti Superski that passes right through Corvara & Arabba.
27kms of spectacular pistes that circumnavigate the colossal Sella massif, dropping you into fabulous resorts as you go: the Val di Fassa, the Val Gardena & Corvara.

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Tue - The Hidden Valley

The Hidden Valley (& Super 8 Circuit) 
Today we give you the most scenic piste on the planet.
Spellbinding, sheer cliffs and awe-inspiring scenery characterise this once-in-a-lifetime descent, as it meanders down to the valley bottom where horses tow you back to the ski fields.

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Wed - The Marmolada

The Marmolada 
Queen of the Dolomites – at 3343m our highest peak.
Arabba is Dolomiti Superski’s gateway to the Marmolada and you can ski there from Corvara in 30 minutes. Today we propose skiing from the Marmolada’s summit on a 12km red run that will surely be a highlight of your stay. 

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Thu - Santa Croce

Santa Croce
A peaceful and idyllic corner of the Dolomiti Superski.
Situated on the edge of the piste map, these long scenic red runs will live long in the memory. With a choice of Rifugio lunch stops, all with panoramic views. Today it is easy to include the Gran Risa (Men’s World Cup Giant Slalom) in La Villa, whether you go on the black descent or the red one.

Ski resort in the dolomites at sunset

Fri - The Green Sellaronda 

The Green Sellaronda
Another 27kms of blue and red adventure.
The Green Sellaronda is the big-hitting anti-clockwise version of the Orange Sellaronda, featuring some of our favourite runs in the area and allowing you to clock up at least 30kms of skiing in breathtaking landscapes. Do this on your final day and end your holiday on a real high. 

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Sat - Depart

It’s time to go home. Double-check your travel arrangements and have a safe trip home.

Need to Knows

Flight Delays – We cannot be responsible for the repercussions of delayed flights or other travel arrangements. If you are delayed, our scheduled coach transfer will still depart as scheduled. If you miss the transfer, airport taxis can be booked at your expense, or a car hired from the airport can sometimes be a cheaper option. Hopefully, any expenses caused by such a delay will be covered by your insurance.

Insurance – All skiers must, by law, have third party liability insurance. This is not included in your ski pass. Most travel insurance policies include this cover, but it is your responsibility to check that you are adequately covered.

Booking Conditions – be sure to read our full terms and conditions here before booking.

At Your Own Risk – please read the important notes here.

Travel Advice – check your government’s travel advisory for up-to-date information and advice about your destination. For UK citizens, check the latest Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office advice here.

Passport & Visa –  any questions should be directed to the relevant embassy of your destination country; find out more here. It is your responsibility to be in possession of a full passport, valid for your chosen destination.

Travel Insurance – having adequate and valid travel insurance is a condition of booking with us. Details of our insurance partner, Campbell Irvine, are here.

Health Information – You should carry either an European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) or a Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC)  Neither is an alternative to adequate travel insurance. For more information visit https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice and https://travelhealthpro.org.uk/

ABTA – Independent travel advice and help is always available from ABTA by calling 020 3117 0599 or visiting www.abta.com.

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