Ski Civetta, the most extensive skiing region in the Veneto, offers a remarkable 72 kilometers of slopes catering to all skill levels, ensuring a day and night of enjoyment for all. As a part of the Dolomiti Superski, the world's most expansive skiing complex comprising 12 distinct ski areas and an impressive 1,200 kilometers of slopes, the choices are diverse and tailored to meet the desires of every visitor. Nestled within the UNESCO-listed Dolomites, this area is known for the iconic Civetta mountain range, from which it derives its name. This range bridges the Agordino, Val di Zoldo, and Val Fiorentina regions, encompassing various towns, including Alleghe, Val di Zoldo, and Selva di Cadore, located at the entrance of the Belluno Dolomites Park.

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Where is Civetta located?

Civetta Ski Resort is situated in the Dolomites in the Veneto region of northern Italy. It is near the villages of Alleghe, Pescul, and Val di Zoldo. The nearest major airport is Venice Marco Polo International Airport, and from there, you can reach Civetta by car or bus in about 2 hours. Other airports in the region include Innsbruck, Verona, and Milan.

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