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Choose among 22 ski destinations from Malmö Airport this winter

2015-10-08, kl. 15:36

Just in time for its 40th anniversary, the charter company STS Alpresor is offering its widest selection of trips ever – as many as 22 ski destinations in its Alpine programme – and they can all be reached from Malmö Airport.

With non-stop service from Malmö Airport to four different airports – Geneva, Turin, Innsbruck and Salzburg – this winter, transferring will be quick and convenient, no matter which one of STS Alpresor’s 22 destinations is selected. STS Alpresor’s new options are Zell am See (Austria), Les 2 Alpes (France) and Courmayeur (Italy).

“We have a wider range of options than ever. With the three new destinations, our guests can choose from 22 different destinations in four countries in the Alps and Dolomites. Hotel standards are consistently high, and the new destination of Eden Rock fits in perfectly, with its modern yet cosy feel,” says Peter Johnson, chief executive of STS Alpresor.

STS Alpresor’s ski trips – see offering and book here (new window)

New STS Alpresor destinations

Austrian Zell am See (photo above), thanks to its northerly location, high altitude and in particular the Kitzsteinhorn glacier, is one of the Alpine resort areas with the best chance of snow – something that makes this classic destination a sure bet, especially early in the season. This charming, authentic village is full of atmosphere, and the extensive ski area is suitable for both professionals and beginners.

Les 2 Alpes is ranked among the top ten ski European resorts and is famous for having one of the world’s longest ski runs with an amazing vertical drop of 2,300 metres. Just as famous is their snow park, which brings professionals from around the world to jump and do tricks. At the top of the glacier system, Les 2 Alpes is connected to the mythical slopes of extreme skiing, La Grave.

The Italian gem Courmayeur is located at the foot of Mont Blanc, or Monte Bianco as the Italians say. Ski lovers come here to enjoy the wide, well-prepared sun-drenched runs. Many of them, if not more, are naturally attracted to the Italian cuisine – on and off the slopes