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Airport transfers to Selva Val Gardena – pearl at the foot of Dolomites

Call it Selva di Val Gardena or simply Selva…as the locals do…you’re still talking about the same superb resort. One of three larger resorts toward the head of Val Gardena, Selva is perhaps the best place to base yourself planning on exploring this vast region. Which of course comes highly recommended, both for the near-endless action on and off the slopes. Though beginners and intermediates may be better suited to the pistes at Corvada or Colfosco, Selva still serves up plenty for all ages and activity levels. Particularly those out for something a little more challenging!

 

Ski Resort Location

The pretty roadside village of Selva occupies a prime plot in Italy’s beautiful Val Gardena. Given that it was once part of Austria – and for quite some time too – there’s a certain Tirolean charm about the place that’s impossible to miss. In fact, more people here speak German than Italian! Home to no more than about 2,600 permanent residents, Selva is the kind of place you visit a few times and end up on first-name terms with half the village. Suffice to say, the warmth of welcome and hospitality standards in general are off the scale.

Quiet, tranquil and surrounded by incredible scenery, Selva is a little like the kinds of mountain towns you might have drawn as a kid. Small it may be, but the scope of skiing and boarding opportunities in and around Val Gardena are no less than extraordinary. After all, the Dolomiti SuperSki region really is right there on your doorstep!

 

Closest Airports to Selva di Val Gardena

If you’re flying to Selva di Val Gardena, be sure to arrive via one of the closest airports:

 

Closest Train Stations to Selva di Val Gardena

While train services to Selva di Val Gardena are available, you may find it easier to organise a direct resort transfer from your chosen arrival airport. From Germany, Austria, the Netherlands and Belgium, there are good IC and EC connections, coming from Munich, Innsbruck, Brennero to Bressanone or Bolzano. Then it’s simply a case of taking a connecting bus service to your final destination.

 

Transfer Times

These transfer times are approximate only. Weather and traffic conditions can significantly impact transfer times:

  • Bolzano – 1 hour 10 minutes
  • Treviso Airport (TSF) – 3 hours 40 minutes
  • Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE) – 3 hours 45 minutes
  • Salzburg Wolfgang A Mozart Airport (SZG) – 3 hours 50 minutes
  • Innsbruck Airport (INN) – 2 hours 5 minutes
  • Orio Al Serio (Bergamo) Airport (BGY) – 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Milan Linate Airport (LIN) – 3 hours 55 minutes
  • Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) – 4 hours 20 minutes

 

How Much Will My Transfer Cost?

We carefully calculate all resort transfer services individually, to ensure that our customers never overpay. Whenever you choose to travel and whatever your final destination, Alps 2 Alps will get you there for the lowest possible price. However, we advise booking early to access the best possible deal. In addition, keep up to date with Alps 2 Alps for the latest offers, deals and discounts on Selva di Val Gardena resort transfer services.

Transfer costs are calculated in accordance with the following factors:

  • Where the journey begins (your arrival airport)
  • The time of year and seasonal demand
  • Peak times during the day and week/weekend
  • The size of your group and the number of children
  • The length and duration of the journey

All of the above will only ever result in our base-rate for ski transfers going down – we never over-inflate our prices at any time or for any reason. We also offer substantial discounts for off-peak, off-season and midweek transfers to Selva di Val Gardena. If looking for the best possible deals, travelling outside peak season or midweek typically results in the biggest savings. We offer midweek (Monday to Friday) prices with up to 60% discount than weekend prices.

Your transfer quote will also depend on vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilisation and other costs like road tolls and airport parking charges. In all instances, we work hard to keep our prices low and are relentlessly committed to total value for money. Which is why we guarantee you won’t find a better deal on your Selva di Val Gardena resort transfers, whatever your needs.

To discuss any specific requirements or plans to travel as part of a larger group, please get in touch directly so we can discuss your needs.

 

Resort Open & Closing Dates

Seasonal opening dates at Selva di Val Gardena are of course dependant on snow conditions, though are currently listed as follows:

Season opens – 6th December 2017

Season ends – 8th April 2018

 

Ski Resort Essentials

The resort of Selva lies at an elevation of 1,560m, with a max vertical of 894m and its highest lift going as far as 2,454m. There are a total of 70 pistes in the immediate vicinity of the resort, served by masses of ultra-modern lifts and gondolas. Around 30% of the slopes are ideal for beginners, 60% serve the needs of intermediates and the remaining 10% are far more challenging.

Of course, it’s important to remember that Selva forms part of the Val Gardena ski region, with 175km of pistes and 82 lifts accessible with a single pass. Or if you prefer, go the whole-hog with a Dolomiti SuperSki pass for your trip, opening up near 1,000km of pistes and more than 700 lifts across a dizzyingly huge region.

 

Family Friendly/Kids

The fact that the slopes around Selva primarily cater to beginners and intermediates makes it a great choice for families. So too does the presence of a handful of outstanding ski schools – one of which has been getting adults and kids snow-ready since 1937. The fact that the resort itself is so quiet, friendly and enjoyable also makes it the perfect place to head for a trip with kids of all ages.

 

Weather/Snow Weekly Forecast

 

Maps of Selva di Val Gardena

Map of Selva Val Gardena

 

Live Webcam

Selva di Val Gardena live webcam stream:

 

Tourist Resources & Links

Getting the most out of your trip to Selva means making sure you step out of the village and see what’s happening in the region. Val Gardena as a whole is no less than breathtaking and really does deserve at least a few hours of your time. And with great transport links between Selva and most surrounding towns and villages…well, you’ve really no excuse! Find out more at the following websites:

 

How to Choose Transfers to Selva Val Gardena

The way we see it, Selva resort transfers are about so much more than getting you to your final destination. After all, you also want to arrive comfortable, refreshed and ideally on time. Not all resort transfer services can promise this – Alps2Alps guarantees a higher-level service for every passenger.

Travel with us to Selva and we’ll provide you with the following guarantees:

  • Outstanding value for money throughout the season
  • Flexibility and convenience for all customers
  • 24/7 customer service and English-speaking drivers
  • A family-friendly attitude and service with a smile
  • Total commitment to punctuality and reliability

 

Book Your Ski Transfer to Selva Val Gardena

Keep your eyes peeled for the kinds of deals, discounts and special offers that could make your trip even more affordable. If looking to secure your seats for the best possible price, booking as early as possible is advisable.

If you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for, please get in touch with the Alps2Alps customer service team today. Otherwise, go ahead with your booking and we’ll see you in the snow!

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