Sauze d'Oulx, a small Italian municipality in Piedmont along the French border, is home to 1,100 year-round inhabitants. It has been welcoming tourists and winter visitors since 1960.
Sauze d’Oulx owes its international reputation to the many ski competitions which it has hosted. In particular, it was the location of the 2006 Winter Olympics freestyle skiing events.
In addition, the ski seasons here are long with dry, cool weather and optimum sunshine. Magnificent scenery, arts & crafts and renowned gastronomy also make Sauze d’Oulx a delightful village to explore.
All the amenities you need for a great holiday are available in the town: ski rental shops, grocery stores, souvenir shops, hairdressers, etc. And if you have a sweet tooth, try the delicious cakes and pastries!
As a gateway to the Via Lattea (Milky Way) ski area – one of the largest in Italy with over 400 km of pistes served by 72 ski lifts – Sauze d'Oulx is bound to please every skier.
Kids can safely learn to ski with an instructor at one of the many ski schools here. With numerous red runs, this resort caters very well for beginners to advanced skiers.
Fans of freestyle can enjoy several off-piste wooded itineraries that are perfect for adventurers in search of an adrenaline rush!
Good to know
- Vast ski terrain across more than 400 km
- Charming village with authentic arts & crafts and gastronomy
Heading to Sauze d’Oulx for your ski holiday? Then remember to hire your skis from Netski! You’ll benefit from discounts ranging between 10% and 50% off throughout the winter. You can also browse our customisable options and services that have been designed to make your holiday easier.