Sappada is a small village in the province of Belluno, located in the northeast of Italy. The village is situated in the heart of the Dolomites, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sappada is famous for its ski resort, which attracts tourists from all over the world. The resort offers a wide range of winter sports activities, including skiing, snowboarding, and sledding.

More information about Sappada:

Sappada Ski Resort offers over 50 km of pistes and 15 lifts. The ski area is suitable for both beginners and experienced skiers, with a variety of slopes ranging from easy to difficult. There are also several cross-country skiing trails, snowshoeing trails, and sledding runs available.

Sappada Ski Resort Map:

Ski Piste Difficulty:

  • 10 km of easy slopes (green)
  • 28 km of intermediate slopes (blue)
  • 12 km of difficult slopes (red)
  • 1 km of expert slopes (black)

Hospitality on and off the pistes:

Sappada Ski Resort has a variety of restaurants, cafes, and bars both on and off the slopes. These places offer a wide range of food and drinks, including traditional Italian dishes. The resort also has several ski schools and rental shops where visitors can rent skiing equipment and take lessons.


Directions by car: Sappada is approximately 130 km from Venice and can be reached by car via the A27 and Alemagna highways. The journey takes around 2 hours.

Directions by plane: The closest airport to Sappada is Treviso Airport (TSF), which is approximately 130 km away. Visitors can also fly to Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE), which is around 160 km from Sappada. From both airports, visitors can rent a car or take a shuttle bus to Sappada.