Newsletter 2011-10-18, Top dozen most popular ski resorts of last year

Where to ski?

Top dozen most popular ski resorts of last year

Here it is - the first snowfall in the mountains! The winter is approaching and so are the thoughts where to spend the next ski holiday.

We were wondering where our clients went skiing the most last year. Here are the results of our survey:
1. Demänovská dolina (Slovakia)

No wonder - it is the most visited Slovak ski resort. Attention, skiers - the ski passes from CHOPOK NORTH & SOUTH are valid in the HIGH Tatras as well!

Our tips for accommodation: Cottage 15605, Cottage 4786, Cottage 1419, Apartments 3075, Cottage 1789, Pension 5960, Hotel 2095

Demänovská dolina - all offers
2. Donovaly (Slovakia)

Extraordinary ski experience and unique attractions - snow paragliding, Riders Park, airboarding, quad tracks and bungee activities. In the 2011/2012 ski season it will be the training centre of the Slovak national team in snowboarding and acrobatic skiing.

Our tips for accommodation: Family pension 5370, Cottage 368, Cottage 6149, Cottage 4725, Hotel 2030, Family pension 4250, Apartment 18815

Donovaly - all offers
3. Kaprun - Zell am See (Austria)

138 km of ski slopes! Maiskogel ski resort is located directly in Kaprun, so is the popular Water world and spas. Moreover, the village of Kaprun is situated just 8 km from the Kitzsteinhorn glacier which is a guarantee of snow and a memorable experience.

Our tips for accommodation: Family pension 7713, Family pension 7667, Apartment 20368, Apartment 22202, Family pension 7693, Family pension 13619, Pension 16706

Kaprun - Zell am See - all offers
4. Gosau, Abtenau - Dachstein West (Austria)

The Dachstein-West ski resort is known for its wide ski slopes and excellent snow conditions. With its children's area it is particularly suitable for families with children.

Our tips for accommodation: Apartment 22428, Family pension 16004, Family pension 16665, Family pension 7622, Family pension 7641, Family pension 16556

Gosau - all offers
Abtenau - all offers
5. Liptovský Mikuláš (Slovakia)

The centre of Liptov - the most visited region of Slovakia, lies in the embrace of High and Low Tatras. The Liptov region is part of the European project for presentation of outdoor sports and leisure time activities. It has been chosen for organising the 2nd European meeting NATURE & SPORT EURO´MEET 2013 among the nomination of countries such as France and Germany, Switzerland and Spain.

Our tips for accommodation: Family pension 18386, Pension 21607, Family pension 4136, Cottage 21800, Hotel 21514, Family pension 17030, Apartment 2640, Pension 17929, Family pension 21316

Liptovský Mikuláš - all offers
6. Rokytnice nad Jizerou (Czech Republic)

With its location, wide ski slopes and amenities, it is considered one of the best ski resorts in the Czech Republic. A favourite destination of Polish skiers!

Our tips for accommodation: Family pension 9623, Pension 14074, Pension 16150, Apartment 19563

Rokytnice nad Jizerou - all offers
7. Ždiar (Slovakia)

A distinctive Goral village in the Tatras near thermal pools, caves, cultural and historical monuments offers besides skiing in winter a wide range of complementary activities. In Ždiar you can choose from several ski resorts for advanced skiers and for beginners as well: Skicentrum Strednica, Ski Bachledova Valley, Strachan Skicentrum, Ski Krasuľa, Ski Monkova Valley.

Our tips for accommodation: Pension 2028, Pension 13763, Family pension 13597, Pension 6819, Pension 5873, Pension 13262, Pension 8785, Pension 3469

Ždiar - all offers
8. Zakopane (Poland)

Zakopane is the most popular and busiest winter resort in Poland, visited by thousands of foreigners every year. It nicely combines the advantages of the city and the mountains. The ski jumping World cup competition is taking place here every year.

Our tips for accommodation: Pension 16514, Hotel 6252, Pension 6109, Apartment 9775, Family pension 13608, Family pension 20761, Family pension 17141

Zakopane - all offers
9. Oščadnica (Slovakia)

The centre of summer and winter tourism with ski lifts directly in the village lies under the peak of the Great Rača - a famous ski resort close to the border with the Czech Republic and Poland.

Our tips for accommodation: Family pension 6054, Hotel 13849, Hotel 13770

Oščadnica - all offers
10. Sella Ronda (Italy)

Each year, Italian Dolomites attract more and more skiers from the Central Europe. Sella Ronda - the famous 26 km long circuit from which you can ski down to four valleys (Val di Fassa, Arrabba, Alta Badia, Val Gardena). Each one of them offers great skiing opportunities, entertainment and recreation.

Our tips for accommodation: Pension 16485

Arabba di Livinallongo - all offers
Laion - all offers
11. Dorfgastein (Austria)

200 km of well kept ski slopes await you in Gasteinertal Valley near Salzburg. Ski slopes reach up to 2700 m.a.s.l. and are suitable for the World cup as well as for common skiers and snowboarders.

Our tips for accommodation: Family pension 16106, Family pension 8387, Family pension 6886

Dorfgastein - all offers
12. Zuberec (Slovakia)

Finally again in Slovakia - the well known tourist village Zuberec in Roháče traditionally offers good skiing. Right in the village, there are the less challenging resorts Milotín and Janovky, more experienced skiers prefer the slopes of Roháče - ski resort Zverovka-Spálená.

Our tips for accommodation: Pension 131, Family pension 22594, Cottage 8735, Apartment 16635, Family pension 21240

Zuberec - all offers

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