Competition closes: September 17, 2017.
South Tyrol, Italy’s most northerly region, is set amongst the jaw-dropping beautiful mountains of the Unesco World Heritage Site, the Dolomites.
It boasts some of the best ski and snow sport runs in the world with 300 days of sunshine a year and snow guaranteed from December to April.
It’s not just the snow and landscape that makes visiting worthwhile. South Tyrol’s joint alpine and Mediterranean cultural heritages influence everything from the region’s food and wine to its spa tradition – all adding to its eclectic and unique nature.
With only 2% of its visitors coming from the UK, South Tyrol is a secret ski spot waiting to be discovered, and the perfect place to avoid crowded slopes.
Home to the famous Dolomiti Superski and Sella Ronda, the region offers excellent downhill and cross-country options for skiers and snowboarders of all levels.
Adrenaline junkies can go ice climbing up frozen waterfalls and enjoy the landscape on a pony ride or horse-drawn sled.