The Times: The cult of wellness in the Dolomites

Alpine Marketing

In today’s copy of The Times, Liz Rowlinson explores the Italian Alps, discussing how a home in a resort with both spa facilities and skiing makes a healthy investment.

 

One of the most exciting benefits of buying a ski chalet in the Alps, is the region’s wonderful dual-seasonality. Particularly in some of the Italian mountain resorts, you will find plenty of well-groomed ski pistes, but also fantastic spa facilities. So after a long day in your ski boots, you can find your fluffy white robe and relax!

 

Liz mentions Tarvisio, a beautiful and historic Italian resort, in her article for The Times. This resort is charming, with perfectly groomed slopes as well as great hiking and golf courses on the doorstep. The Times quotes Alpine Marketing’s Jessica Delaney, discussing an exciting new project of chalets in the resort: “The Belle Alpina Chalets overlooking the slopes and a golf course offer an extremely rare opportunity to buy a built-to-order ski property in Italy”. 

 

These beautiful built-to-order chalets are located on the grounds of a luxurious 18 hole golf-course in the centre of town. Each chalet will have 2 – 3 bedrooms, magnificent views, and are available to purchase by non-EU citizens. There is also the opportunity to combine a pair of chalets to form a larger 4-bedroom residence. Owners can enjoy concierge services offered by the golf-club, as well as the fabulous Michelin recommended restaurant within the Clubhouse. As an owner, you are not obligated to rent your chalet out, but if did decide to rent, the experienced rental management team will take care of everything for you. The Belle Alpina Chalets are a 5-minute drive to the Monte Lussari ski area.

 

You can read the full article on The Times website here.