Sport e Relax
Potete chiedere, su prenotazione, massaggi personalizzati, lezioni di PILATES e Risveglio muscolare (per gli sciatori), visite guidate.
A pochi passi si trova uno dei campi da GOLF della Valle d’Aosta.
Ancora più vicino c’è un maneggio per passeggiate a cavallo.
Potete noleggiare mountain-bike e percorrere lunghi km tra sentieri e boschi con tracciati da semplici a tecnici.
Fair of “Saint Ours”
Since more than a thousand years, on the 30th and 31st of January occurs, along the streets of the historical centre of Aosta, the Fair of Saint Ours. Every year near 1000 exhibitors show their works, some of which are real masterpieces.
At the Fair you can find all the products of the traditional and local arts: sculptures, carvings, laces, wicker baskets, wrought ironworks and stoneworks and so on.
Moreover, during the two-days Fair is possible to taste the best gastronomic and wine-making products of Aosta Valley. The Fair goes on with the “Veillà” (the waking between the 30th and the 31st): all the streets of the historical centre are lit, crowded and pervaded by folk music and the fragrances of the products to taste.
In Aosta Valley, during the Middle Ages, were built more than one hundred buildings among towers and castles; some of those are still well-preserved and inside them are kept beautiful frescoes and original furnishings.
- Castle of Sarre
- Castle of Saint-Pierre
- Castle of Sarriod di La Tour
- Castle of Fénis
- Castle of Ussel
- Castle of Verrès
- Castle of Issogne
- Fort of Bard
Aosta is a Roman town which was founded in 25 B.C. with the name of Augusta Praetoria. Nowadays, the town still keeps several Roman as weel as medieval monuments.
All along the historical Centre, you can admire:
- the Arch of Augusto
- the collegiate church of Saint Ours
- the little deconsecrated church of Saint Lorenzo
- the Praetoria Door
- the Fromage Tower
- the Roman Theatre
- the Tower of “Lebbroso”
- the Castle of Bramafan
Official website of Aosta Valley www.regione.vda.it
Rafting sulla Dora Baltea
Considerato il “paradiso” delle attività fluviali, il corso della Dora Baltea offre ai turisti la possibilità di sperimentare discipline adrenaliniche e divertenti come il rafting (emozionante discesa delle rapide sui gommoni) a stretto contatto con la natura. Lungo il fiume, che attraversa la regione, oltre al rafting è possibile praticare anche kayak, canoa, canyoning e hydrospeed.