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With 1,200km of slopes, the Dolomites UNESCO world heritage site as your backdrop and Italy’s finest food and wines, why go anywhere else this winter?

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This is Italy with a twist – a region that blends the alpine with the Mediterranean. It’s home to Europe’s highest concentration of castles – some 800 – and hosts 17 Michelin-starred restaurants, as well as growing some of Italy’s finest wines. South Tyrol enjoys more than 300 days of sunshine a year – including sunny slopes in winter. Protected from the cold northerly winds by the main Alps, the climate is milder – yet with 90% snow cover guaranteed. It’s also home to the Dolomiti Superski – the world’s largest ski network – with 1,200km of slopes and the famous Sellaronda – a 26 km tour around the Dolomites.

Blending strong Mediterranean influences with a Tyrolean heritage, South Tyrol is no kitsch alpine backwater. Over the past five years there have been more than 40 new hotel or spa openings throughout the region, with a growth in stylish and design-led hotels. Amazingly, South Tyrol is a fairly undiscovered destination by the Brits with less than 2% of visitors coming from the UK – something we’re sure will change as you read more about the pleasures and attractions of a holiday that combines the best of skiing with the finest of Italian food and wine.

Want to go? Click here to see the latest holiday offers from Inghams.

Want to find out more? Click here to download your FREE online guide to South Tyrol, including the latest skiwear gear and tips from Two Seasons and Billabong.

Competition: South Tyrol, Inghams and Two Seasons have also teamed up to offer one lucky person the chance to win a holiday + £1,000 worth of gear. Click here to find out more and to enter.

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