Aosta Valley is the Italian region with the highest mountains, from Mont Blanc to Monte Cervino up to Monterosa and many other important peaks. At the foot of these stone giants that exceed 4000 meters, the magnificent “Valle d’Aosta” valleys develop. Splendid valleys where nature reigns supreme and the population lives in harmony with it, enhancing tradition and respect for the territory. Organizing your Golf Experience in Aosta Valley is perfect if you love staying in welcoming mountain-style structures, if you love long hiking and mountain biking but also for yourself looking for absolute well-being. A region especially indicated for sportsmen and fans of pure and wild nature

GENERAL MAP: Golf Courses, Airports, main Tours & Activities places

Consult the general map to plan the organization of your golf experience in AOSTA VALLEY. Inside you will find golf courses, airports and the main places where you can practice Tours & Activities (this Logo that you can see here) in order to have a general vision that allows you to plan first. Remember to integrate with the hotel booking map regarding the choice of the best hotel / villa / apartment. that you can see here)




  • 9-Hole
  • Period of the year recommended: from June to September
  • Golf Club Aosta
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  • 9/12-Hole
  • Period of the year recommended: from June to September


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  • 18-Hole
  • Period of the year recommended: from June to September

Some tips on golf courses:

To book Tee Time, it is best to send an email to the secretary of the Golf Club you have chosen, asking for availability, obviously indicating the day and an indicative time. You can find the e-mail address by opening the Golf Club website and then searching for “contacts” or some Golf Clubs have the form to fill out to get the Tee Time. I think it’s better to send an email to the Secretariat. Opens Google Map at the point of the Golf Club. You can have the necessary information to reach the playing field or to know the distances for example from the Hotel you have chosen for the stay.

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The best time to organize your next Golf Experience in Aosta Valley is from May to October


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What typical dishes to try in this beautiful land? A small Italian region, located on the border with France and Switzerland, it is famous above all for its important ski resorts, and is also the custodian of medieval castles and fortresses of undoubted interest. Due to its position, Valle d’Aosta cuisine has different characteristics from the Mediterranean one, such as, for example, the use of butter and other animal fats instead of olive oil. Quite greasy cuisine, the undisputed protagonists are meats, vegetables and dairy products

The cheeses
Those who love cheeses will no longer want to leave the Aosta Valley. You will find many, of all types and very delicious. The most famous is undoubtedly Fontina, but you must also try Fromadzo, Reblec, Seras, Toma di Gressoney, perhaps accompanying them with typical cold cuts such as Arnad lard, Motsetta and Bosses ham.

The first
At low, very low temperatures, what’s better? You will certainly find the one that is right for you with soups and soups. For example, we mention the seupa de grì, the Valpellinese soup, made with black bread, cabbage and fontina, and the soupe paysanne and the cogne soup which is characterized by the presence of rice. How can we forget polenta? The polenta concia is prepared with cheese and then cooked in the oven.

Here is the kingdom of game. You will be able to taste excellent dishes such as venison and Valdostan cutlet and chamois civet. Then remember to taste the carbonade, a traditional dish, the recipe calls for the beef to be sauteed for 12 days and cooked in garlic and smoked lard. Dry egg white wine sauce, flour, cinnamon, nutmeg, pepper and cloves are then added.

The sweets
It also leaves room for dessert. The Aosta Valley tiles are excellent almond paste tablets that you absolutely must taste. Then there are brochat, cogne cream and mont blanc. Also try the Aosta Valley coffee, but forget the classic espresso. In this case sugar is added to the coffee, grappa a lemon zest and it is flamed in a wooden cup.


A small region in the balance between Italy and France, Valle D’Aosta has a single DOC Valle D’Aosta or Valleè d’Aoste; by virtue of existing bilingualism, labels can also be written in French.
The viticulture is strongly limited by the high altitude of the vineyards – only 684 hectares, for a production in 2009 of 22,000 hl of wine (last place in Italy) – which allows the definition of its products as mountain wines. And never definition was more appropriate, especially for those obtained from vines grown up to 1200 m, in the Alta Valle, at the limits of the survival of the vine, with terracing or pergola systems supported by stone columns. Among these the Blanc de Morgex et de La Salle, obtained from priè blanc, is characterized by a very pale straw color, delicate aromas reminiscent of mountain flowers, an accentuated acidity and a rather low alcohol content; this vine is the only Italian vine to have survived the phylloxera, thanks to its natural isolation.
The Valdostano vineyard follows the path of the Dora Baltea, a river that crosses the region, and can be divided into three zones: the Upper Valley, the Central Valley and the Lower Valley.
In addition to the blanc priè, in the first two are grown other native vines, which give a unique imprint to the wines produced, such as the premise, from which is obtained a white wine with soft pink reflections, the fumin and the petit rouge. The beautiful aromaticity of the white muscat of malvoisie or pinot gris, often subject to withering, is expressed respectively in the sweet wines of Chambave Moscato and Nus Malvoisie Flètri.
The Valdostan production has a clear predominance of red wines, and the red grape varieties occupy about 85% of the area under vines. In particular, in the Lower Valley, towards Piedmont, Nebbiolo (here called Picoutener) is highlighted, which gives wines with excellent structure and good longevity, such as the Donnas and the Arnad-Montjovet.


Michelin Restaurants

To facilitate your search and choice of the best Michelin restaurant / tavern in AOSTA VALLEY area I insert link to the Michelin Guide website. Enjoy your meal!

“La Vigna Di Sarah” The excellence of prosecco


Tours & Activities, Wine, Food & Cooking Class



Ottonian frescoes in the attic of the cathedral


Pont d’Aël aqueduct bridge


Lakes of the Mont Avic parck


Saussurea Alpine Botanical Garden


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