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Getting to Gressoney

Gressoney is situated in the Val d'Aosta, just 1 1/2 hours from Turin. At 1385 metres altitude, Gressoney is nestled in the shadow of one of Europe's highest mountains the Monte Rosa and presents a haven for ski enthusiasts and mountain lovers.

Our recommendation

Provide us with your flight details and we will take care of the rest, making sure that you arrive without the stress of map reading or indeed trying to fit everything into that slightly more economical hire car.

Private minibus will pick you up from the airport and take you to the hotel and then on the return the same minibus will take you back to the airport on time.  No panic we've done the journey before and know how long it takes and how to get to the right terminal!

Prices are based on a return journey for up to 8 people in a minibus, so please contact us to arrange your holiday in style.

  • Turin - Gressoney - Euro 420
  • Milan Malpensa - Gressoney- Euro 460
  • Milan Linate - Gressoney- Euro 580
  • Milan Bergamo - Gressoney- Euro 620

Of course you can also rent cars or even drive from your home... so just in case you like the open road, here are some more details:

Car Hire

Once in Italy, you can very easily hire cars from the Airport.  Click on the link below to check out the latest rates:

www.avis.co.uk
www.europcar.co.uk
www.hertz.co.uk

Directions by Car:

From Milan Malpensa airport follow the signs to the motorway A4 heading towards Novara and Torino direction. Get on the A4 motorway heading in the direction of Torino. Continue along the A4 until junction sign posted Ivrea, go across towards Ivrea on A4/5 sign posted Aosta. Continue in a northerly direction up A5 until the turn off at Point-Saint-Martin. Exit the A5 motorway at Point-Saint-Martin and follow the signs (sign posted Gressoney) up the valley towards Gressoney. As you drive up the valley from Point-Saint-Martin you will pass through a village called Gaby, this village is the village just below Gressoney St. Jean. You will know when you have arrived at Gressoney St. Jean main village when the road takes a sharp turn to the left over a bridge and there is a car park on your right hand side.

From Torino (Turin) airport follow the signs towards A5 motorway sign posted Ivrea and Aosta. Get on the A5 and head north up the Aosta valley. Continue in a northerly direction up A5 until the turn off at Point-Saint-Martin. Exit the A5 motorway at Point-Saint-Martin and follow the signs (sign posted Gressoney) up the valley towards Gressoney. As you drive up the valley from Point-Saint-Martin you will pass through a village called Gaby, this village is the village just below Gressoney St. Jean. You will know when you have arrived at Gressoney St. Jean main village when the road takes a sharp turn to the left over a bridge and there is a car park on your right hand side.

Alta Valsesia National Park

The Alta Valsesia became a national park in 1979 and is the highest park in Europe.

The territory it covers starts at 1000 metres in the Rimella and Fobello valley, reaching 4559 metres at the Regina Margherita Observatory hut, which is perched on the Gnifetti peak on the mountain Monte Rosa.

Part of the territory is covered by glacier and barren rocks, so it is only lower down that there are natural pastures and woodland of larch and various other tree varieties. Most of the animals in this parkland have their natural habitat here.

This is one of the first areas in Italy that has attempted to encourage mountain tourism while keeping the rich landscape, art and culture intact and over the years it has acquired and restored old buildings there which have today become the park huts. These present a perfect opportunity for excursions of all kinds and are an ideal base for the observation of park life and for walks in the mountains.

Gressoney on the map

Gressoney is indicated by the blue icons in the Google Map below.  To see the general location in relation to Milan, Turin and Bergamo please zoom out on the map to see a wider perspective.

Accommodation in Gressoney

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