General information - Livigno

Livigno is the second highest 'Comune' or town in Italy and Trepalle is the highest permanently inhabited village in Europe.

It is also a duty free area so no sales tax is applied to goods bought within Livigno, however all other income taxes etc are payable by local residents.

The village is well known as being one of the most 'snow sure' resorts in Europe and the ski season is 5 months long.

Summertime sees many athletes coming for high altitude training for all sports, rowing, cycling, athletics, football amongst the most prolific.

With it's 15km long flat valley floor it is also ideal for paralympic and other disabled athletes high altitude training.

Many just like to come for the tranquility and fresh mountain air, others to see what the duty free shopping has to offer.

We hope this website gives you all the information you require to choose and book your holiday.

Just straight information and the possibility to book directly. No poetry, no flowery descriptions, no distractions - just simple information, many photos and some short videos.

Altitude - 1816m

Permanent population - 6380 people

Total Tourist beds - 13000

Closest other resorts

Bormio, St.Caterina, Valdidentro, St.Moritz, Samnaun, Davos, Klosters.


Gondolas - 6

Chairlifts - 13

Drag Lifts - 11

Total Capacity - 54,800 people/hour

ARTIFICIAL SNOW possible on all slopes in case of no or little snow


Mottolino, Carosello, Costaccia


Open summertime for boating, bodyboarding and fishing