In the heart of Saint Vincent
The Miramonti **** hotel is located in the center of Saint Vincent, known as the "Riviera of the Alps", and enjoys a fascinating view of the valley, the ideal destination to spend a holiday without giving up your well-being, fun and to skiing, in fact from here you can easily reach the most famous ski resorts such as Cervinia, Pila and Courmayer.
Entertainment and relax in the Alps
A few minutes on foot you will arrive at the Casino de la Valleè Saint Vincent, the largest and most prestigious in Europe.
For lovers of relaxation and well-being, on the other hand, the Fons Salutis spa complex is born just a few steps from the Hotel to restore the body and spirit or for treatments also contracted with the health service
A fabulous stay
The Hotel Miramonti **** has a convention hall for business meetings and company meetings, an assorted bar with wines and the best distillates ideal for coffee breaks or simply to enjoy moments of relaxation in a comfortable environment with a view of the suggestive peaks .
The rooms are equipped with all the services such as: TV, minibar, telephone, safe.
The cordial welcome of the staff and the good cuisine of our restaurant complete the offer of the Hotel Miramonti **** unique experience for a truly unforgettable stay.
Col de Joux
Col de Joux is a passage in the woods connecting Saint-Vincent with the commune of Brusson and represents an alternative route to the one coming up from Verrès, if you want to reach Val d’Ayas. The path passes by characteristic villages and crosses very charming wooden areas.
Thermal baths of Saint Vincent
The thermal baths enjoy an absolutely unique and unparalleled frame from a natural and panoramic perspective. In fact, while you go from an indoor pool to an open-air pool, from a massage to a beauty treatment, you have the chance to admire one of the most suggestive views of the Aosta Valley.
San Vincenzo Roman church
Built by Benedictine monks in the 11th century, in Roman style, the church is built following the structure of a Roman building. The internal part is very striking thanks to the contrast between the sobriety of the place and the richness of the painted decorations of the apsis section.
Casino de la Valleè
The Casino de la Vallée is one of Europe’s biggest and most prestigious gambling houses. Surrounded by the frame o Saint-Vincent and four of the highest mountains in Europe, the structure distinguishes itself for its privileged position in the heart of the Aosta Valley.
Raccard of Val d’Ayas
Val d’Ayas is one of the three places in Italy where you can find the raccards, wooden buildings typical of the Alpine region used for storing cereals and protect them from humidity. These buildings can be found all over the valley and are one of the most characteristic features of the area.
The museum hosts around 750 minerals, most of them coming from the mountains near Saint-Vincent. The most beautiful and rare pieces come from gold, iron, magnetite and asbestos mines, which are no longer active. Very interesting on the pure quartzes, granates and the rarest locals the very rare local Vesuvian stones.
The Castle of Fénis is one of the most famous medieval castles in Aosta Valley. Known for its striking architecture, with the crenellated double walls surrounding the central building and the several towers, the Castle is one of the major tourist attractions in the Valley.
The Sarre Castle is located just besides the entrance for the Cogne Valley. Dating back to the 13th century, it had been completely rebuilt in 1710 by Giovanni Francesco Ferrod. The actual set up allows to relieve some of the most important moments in the history of the Royals of Italy.
Built in late 400s by Bonifacio d‘Avise, the Castle is composed of a three-story building flanked by a square tower. Now restructured and welcoming visitors, it is used for events and temporary exhibitions.
Castle of Sarriod de la Tour
Located on a level surface which ends directly on the river Dora Baltea, surrounded by apple trees which, during the blooming period, give the building a fairytale-like vibe, the Castle dates back to the 11th and 12th centuries in its most ancient section.
Fort Bard is an imposing blockade structure, situated at the entrance of Aosta Valley. The actual Fort was built between 1830 and 1838 on the ruins of a previous Castle, which had been destroyed in 1800 by Napoleon’s troops.
The Cly Castle, built on the edge of a precipice, takes advantage of the natural defensive features of the location. The necessity to control and protect the cultivated lands of the closed neighborhoods is at the foundation of the fortified town.
The Verrès Castle dominates the old town high up from a rocky promontory and left of the Evançon stream. The Castle, unlike other fortifications of the Aosta Valley that are closed by a continuous wall, it appears as a compact block with a distinctive military character.
The Castle preserves the features of an elegant and refined Villa from the late 400s. Today, it features some elements of the original furniture and other furnishings from late 800s.
Porta Pretoria - Aosta
Located in the eastern part of the walls, it was the main entrance to the city of Augusta Praetoria, built in 25 BC. It had three passages which are still visible today: the central one for carriages and the lateral walls for pedestrians. The area inside the passages was used as weapon repository.
Arch of Augusto - Aosta
The arch, distinguished for its impressiveness, is a single-tube rounded arch, 8.29 m wide just like the street crossing it. The pillars flanking the arch on the four corners present semicolumns topped with Corintian capitals, typical of the late Republican period.
Roman theater - Aosta
The only side currently visible is the Southern one with its 22 m of height, characterized by a series of buttresses and arches. The bleachers for the attendees, orchestra and the stage wall are also well distinguishable; the stage wall used to be ornate with columns, marbles and statues.
Criptoportico forense - Aosta
The Criptoportico forense is a monumental building that used to mark a sacred area dedicated to worship. It is a square, horseshoe-shaped lower ground floor building, composed of a double corridor with fine plasterwork and lighted by hopper windows.