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A Dreamy Land of Alpine Giants and Fairytale Valleys

Nestled at the foot of the Alps lies the dynamic and stunning Aosta Valley. It may be the smallest region in Italy, but it boasts the highest mountain in Europe: Monte Bianco, better known by its French name, Mont Blanc. Its glaciers and peaks attract winter sports enthusiasts as well as outdoor lovers for a year-round array of activities from mountain biking and hiking to rafting and canoeing. Gran Paradiso, the oldest National Park in Italy is a natural delight. Of course, Aosta Valley is not without history, as evidenced by a spattering of castles and fortresses. Its position as a European cultural intersection offers flavorful cheeses and aged meats among other culinary temptations. Paired with a glass of one of the region’s many excellent wines, you’ll need little else for a perfect fireside apres ski or hearty and satisfying meal.


A photograph of the region 

matterhorn view, aosta valley

"I was offered a free villa in Hollywood, but I said no thank you, I prefer to live in Italy." 

Ennio Morricone


Italy’s DMCs share with DUCO tips on gastronomy, landscapes, and secret treasures


The Grolla
Christian Petruccelli - Bespoqe Travel

hidden treasure

Alpine Safari
Tommaso Mardegan - N2S Italia


Foire d’Eté
Ilaria Di Rigo - Arno Travel

Non Rimandare a Domani Quello Che Puoi Fare Oggi.

“Never put off until tomorrow that which you can do today.”

During the winter, the Aosta Valley offers breathtaking scenarios of some of the highest mountains in Europe, including Monte Bianco, or Mont Blanc. It is the king of winter activities and sports holidays.”

Christian Petruccelli | Bespoqe Travel

“Mont Blanc is the Monarch of mountains; They crowned him long ago, On a throne of rocks in a robe of clouds – With a Diadem of Snow.”

Lord Byron