Livigno (Livìgn in Livigno dialect) is an Italian town of 6,830 inhabitants in the province of Sondrio in Lombardy. It is nestled between the Engadine and the Alta Valtellina and is an enchanting valley that stretches for 12 km. Between two mountain ranges that descend gently from 3,000 meters to 1,800 meters of the country. It is an extra customs area and is part of the Alta Valtellina Mountain Community, Livigno will host together with Milan, Cortina d'Ampezzo and Bormio the races of the 2026 Winter Olympics. Livigno is one of the most important and well-equipped tourist destinations in the Alps that offers visitors wonderful holidays in contact with nature and alpine tradition throughout the year.
Trepalle is a small fraction of the Municipality of Livigno and is known because it is the highest parish in Europe, at 2,069 meters above sea level. Part of the village is arranged along the State Road 301 of Foscagno which, through the Passo D'Eira, leads to Livigno which is 10 km from Trepalle.
The thirty-third edition of the 30 km Nordic skiing granfondo in free technique will be held on Sunday 17 December 2023.
On December 2nd we inaugurate the winter season with the opening of the lifts! We invite you to join us in our Ski Area, which boasts 115 km of slopes, 6 cable cars, 14 chairlifts and 12 ski lifts.
Breathe in the magical atmosphere of Christmas among the majestic snow-capped mountains of Livigno: let yourself be enchanted by the evocative Christmas village!
The Confortola Family is pleased to welcome you with simplicity in its structure to make you feel at home.
Our house is your home and we are available for any information and advice regarding your stay.
We are waiting for you!