The apartment is located 350 meters (0,2 miles 1,5 minutes by walk) from the ski slopes of Via Lattea (400km of skiing area, most of them open even in summer see: (email hidden)), the 18 hole golf club and the departure station of the Gondola lift to the top of Monte Fraiteve 2.700 meters where there is a beautiful restaurant, walk trails and the downhill tracks for bikes and two minutes by walk from the center of Sestriere.
The apartment is on the seventh floor and consists of: a living room, a kitchen (with dishwasher & washing machines), two bedrooms (one with double bed, the other with two single beds which can be pushed together) and a bathroom with shower. The sofa in the living room becomes a double bed. From the terrace (where you can take the sun on the long chair) the view of the mountains is beautiful.
Sestriere, world famous for the XX Olympic Winter Games
located in the Via Lattea area, offers more that 163 skiing connected courses (41 blue, 92 red and 30 black slopes), and 66 ski-lifting facilities, whose altitude ranges from 1380 metres in Cesana to 2800 metres on top of the Motta course. More than 60% of courses scattered about the different skiing resorts of the area are covered by the planned snowmaking system net.
The skiing area denotes huge spaces, sunny snowy expanses, panoramic runs that connect ancient and traditional villages with modern towns that provide all comforts and entertainment. The expanse and variety of this skiing area can satisfy both the most demanding skiers, thanks to the long and difficult courses, and the beginners. Of course we did not forget the youngest skiers: they can enjoy the Baby Fun Parks located in Sansicario and Sauze d’Oulx, which feature funny inflatable structures, where the kids can learn to ski while having fun.
Sestreire offers many activities even during summer:
18 hole golf club
Gondola & chairlift open for various: downhill tracks, trekking, Nordic walking and hiking
A regular athletic & soccer field
A swimming pool half covered with a wonderful view of the mountain
The biggest fortification in Europe (Fenestrelle)
The bus station to and from the center of Turin and the International airport of Caselle TRN, is in front of the entrance to the condominium Le Alpi where the apartment is located. There is a train station in Oulx, just half an hour away by bus from Sestriere, it offers several trains from Turin and its airport and the TGV (high speed train) to and from Paris/Milan. For those arriving by car there's a parking space in the garage.
1.Please report any hazards or property damage immediately to us. Occupants will be liable for any damage to the property: water (includes overflowing sinks, toilets, tubs, or any water damage), fire, broken or missing objects.
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3.Show consideration to other tenants in regards to music or other noise. No loud music or noises after 10:00 PM. Tenants who violate the peace and quiet of other tenants and roommates will be in violation of their lease agreement and will be asked to leave.
4.When playing stereo use head phones if others complain.
5.Tenants may not store personal items on the premises except in their rooms. Personal kitchen items may be stored in appropriate cupboards in the kitchen.
6.All tenant parking spaces are assigned.
(website hidden) guest are permitted to sleep without landlord’s express permission.
8.Tenants shall not sublet the premises or any part thereof, or assign the premises without the owner’s written consent.
9.Tenants shall maintain the premises in a clean sanitary condition at all times. Upon termination of tenant occupancy, tenant shall surrender the premises to the landlord in the same or better condition as when inspected.
10.Tenants will be considered as moved out only when all keys are handed to landlord. If keys are not delivered tenant will have costs for said keys and any “extra days rent” will be deducted from security deposit.
I'm a free lance Italian journalist from 2007 and I work for several weekly and monthly magazines and news paper. I started working since when I was very young (18 year old) because I think that journalism is a way of life.
I love traveling and in 2010 - alone with my notebook and my camera - I left for a tour around the world, living in the homes of local people. Many of them were the relatives of immigrants who came to live in Turin.
I lived long and closely with the families, so I've seen from within the different ways of life and I learn some of the reasons that pusched some of them to leave their country.
After this extraordinary experience I wrote a theatrical performance that won two awards.
I'm very curious and sociable.