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Make A Holiday Rental Chalet in Plan de Corones/Antholz Valley, Italy, Your Home Away From Home

The area of Plan de Corones/Antholz Valley is located in a part of Italy that is known as the South Tyrol. This is set within the beautiful Dolomites mountain range and just like many other areas in this part of the Alps, is a very popular and well-equipped skiing resort. Holidays in the Plan de Corones/Antholz Valley area are popular during the winter for this exact reason, but it is still a great idea to head to this area during the warmer summer months, when you will find plenty of activities to keep you throughout entertained. The self catering chalets in Plan de Corones/Antholz Valley will make for cosy and comfortable abodes at any time of the year and are perfect for coming and going as you please.

Things to Do on Holiday in Plan de Corones/Antholz Valley, Italy

The main draw for holidays in Plan de Corones/Antholz Valley must be the great skiing resorts that can be found in this part of the Alps. There are no less than 105 km of runs to try your hands (or is that feet?) at. These are served by 31 ski lifts and there are also some great après-skiing facilities to be found in the valley. Once the snows have cleared and the landscape takes on its verdant and beautiful summer look, rest assured that there are plenty of other pastimes for you to consider. These include the likes of canoeing and kayaking, cycling and mountain biking, abseiling, rock climbing, mountain walks, lake and river fishing and if you are very brave - how about parasailing or bungee jumping.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Plan de Corones/Antholz Valley, Italy

You will have a whole host of interesting places to visit on your holidays in Plan de Corones/Antholz Valley and as your location is set so close to the border with Austria, this is one country you should seriously consider. For a start, the historic Tyrolean city of Innsbruck should definitely rank high on your sightseeing itinerary. Heading completely in the opposite direction, and staying in Italy, you might want to pay the watery and awesome city of Venice a visit. Visit St Mark’s Square, The Rialto Bridge and the separate island of Murano and this will undoubtedly make for one of your most memorable and enjoyable trips ever. Also, you cannot come to Venice without arranging a short ride in a gondola. Shop around for prices when doing this, as you really can be exploited if you’re not careful.

Weather in Plan de Corones/Antholz Valley, Italy

You can expect to experience a typical alpine climate during your holidays in Plan de Corones/Antholz Valley. This means that summers are actually pleasantly warm, but winters are harsh and very snowy. Average temperatures should hit the low- to mid-twenties degrees Celsius in July and August. In winter this is more likely to be a couple of degrees either side of freezing.

Travel to Plan de Corones/Antholz Valley, Italy

Probably the best airport for you to use on your holidays in Plan de Corones/Antholz Valley will be at Innsbruck (INN), across the border in Austria. This airport offers a good choice of flights from the UK and these are operated through airlines such as Austrian Airways, British Airways, Monarch and Thomson Airways. Departures are from Bristol (BRS), London Gatwick (LGW), Edinburgh (EDI), Newcastle(NCL), Birmingham (BHX) and East Midlands (EMA).

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Lovely Apartment, Great Location

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We stayed here in January 2017 to go snowboarding on Kronplatz and we had a really great time. The apartment was perfect for us, a family of 4, though there was 2 more beds and a pull out sofa-bed so could easily house more. It has a nice small garden, that we didn't use much as it was so cold but in the summer would be lovely for a BBQ. The view of the mountains from the apartment is amazing. Shower room with washing machine, good radiators throughout for drying clothes on. A bath would be nice for the children but we got by fine without. There is secure parking accessed with a key fob. There are sledges available to use, stored in the garage, and there is a sledging run beside the nearby sports bar, which the children loved. The bus to the ski lifts is a short walk away but we drove each day and found the drive easy, only around 15/20 minutes. Parking was easy. The apartment was clean and well maintained, the kitchen was well equipped, there is no oven, only a hob and a microwave, but we managed ok, an oven would have been nice. There was lots of condiments etc left from previous visitors and indeed we left coffee, pasta, herbs etc. There was lots for the children to do in the apartment, all kinds of toys and games and books, and a couple of DVDs. We had a power cut one evening and I called Oriana, she was very helpful and told me how to reset the power. There really was nothing to complain about, all in all we loved Falzen, and Sud Tirol in general - I could live here permanently, not just on holiday.
  • Review Submitted: May 12, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jan 2017