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Sauze d’Oulx has been one of the most popular resorts with skiers for decades, and with good reason; great skiing and great scenery are to be had in what remains a thoroughly pleasant little Piedmont town.

Suggestion for Schools

Hotel Etoile Des Neiges

Sauze d'Oulx - Via Lattea

The Accommodation

This is a very special little hotel, suitable for small school groups maximum 4 staff with 30 students.

The hotel Etoile des Neiges is located in the historic village of Jouvenceaux, fifteen minutes by foot from the centre of Sauze d'Oulx but more importantly 70m from the ski lifts.


A beautiful stone building dating back to 1892 full of charm and rustic character, the 14 rooms are spacious and finely furnished; offer a serene, relaxing and restful environment, all are equipped with all the most modern comforts.


The large living room, with a vaulted stone ceiling and fireplace, houses the breakfast room and a reading lounge, the restaurant for evening meals is supervised by Chef Fabio Metello located just 20 metres from the hotel, it has a beautiful room with wooden ceiling and exposed beams and offers typical Italian dishes that are sure to satisfy demands. 

The Setting

Sauze d'Oulx is not only a charming town but also offers exceptional ski facilities that attract enthusiasts from all over the world.

The Via Lattea is a winter sports area straddling the French-Italian border. Better known to the British as the Milky Way, the Via Lattea covers all the skiing in Sestriere, Sauze d’Oulx, Sansicario, Claviere and Montgenèvre and is the biggest ski area in the Susa Valley with some 400 km of slopes. Situated at the northern end of this ski area, we find the vibrant town of Sauze d’Oulx perched on a sunny plateau.​

The Skiing

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The skiing and surfing of the Via Lattea (Milky Way) is legendary. With over 400km of of beautifully groomed slopes and a seemingly endless amount of cruisy blue and red runs, it's perfectly suited to intermediate and advanced levels looking to explore new areas.  With a six day ski pass you also get a one day pass to visit Montgenèvre on the French side of the system


Beginners are looked after thanks to the Sportinia area and should definitely take advantage of the excellent tuition on offer. There are enough gentle slopes around to keep beginners happy for the week.

Sounds good to you?

If you are interested in looking further at this destination please send an email to or please give me a call on 0208 858 9535, personally I think it is good to talk !​

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