Valle d’Aosta is an exquisitely alpine region where mountain nature mixes with the green and fertile landscapes of the valley, wide and sunny. A winter destination for its numerous ski resorts, the Aosta Valley is also a land of villages and castles. Among the most beautiful villages, there are certainly the Bard Fortress, Fénis, but also Gressoney Saint-Jean, but also Etroubles and Arnad, where the PDO lard is produced, the best in Europe. Therefore, those who go to Valle d’Aosta do not only choose the mountain aspect, but also the historical and cultural aspect, on which the region focuses heavily on tourism.
the small village of Arnad is located in the lower Aosta Valley.
Ayas is located on the Swiss-Italian border, in Valle d'Aosta.
Bard is the smaller village of the Aosta Valley.
Cogne is the largest village in the Valle d'Aosta and is located at the feet of the Gran Paradiso.
Napoleon Bonaparte is only the last of the powerful passed from Etroubles that, for its position in the shadow of the crossing of the Gran San Bernardo, has always been a direct witness of ancient and modern history, and place of transit of the Salassi an
The scattered municipality of Fénis with its castle is located in Valle d'Aosta.
Gressoney-Saint-Jean is a small village in the Aosta Valley, at the foot of Monte Rosa, in the Lys Valley.
Rhemes-Notre-Dame is a perfect choice for those who want to spend their holidays in the Aosta Valley. Nestled within the Gran Paradiso National Park, it is the ideal destination to escape the chaos of the city and enjoy the tranquility of the mountain
The history, what to see, the typical cuisine and the events of Saint-Rhemy-en-Bosses. The village is located in the Gran San Bernardo Valley
The Municipality of Torgnon, in the Aosta Valley, is composed of 22 small hamlets distributed over a large and sunny morainic terrace.
Valsavarenche is the perfect destination for a stay in a pure and uncontaminated environment, which cradles travelers with the tranquility of its landscapes.