The Dolomiti Superski area is offering a SuperSun deal from 15 March to 19 April, 2009 during which seven days of a skiing holiday are available for the price of six.

The offer includes seven days' accommodation for the price of six and a six -day skipass for the price of five.

The Dolomiti Superski ticket remains the world's largest fully interchangable lift pass covering around 1200km of trails and some 500 lifts above more than 50 Italian villages. The system was a pioneer of computer lift passes more than 20 years ago when loudly bleeping plastic cards were inserted in turnstiles to open the gates at any one of these dozens of resorts.

Computer technology has allowed for large ski pass areas to be put together in Austria and France In recent years that rival Dolomiti Superski in size, but as yet all have some usage restrictions such as they are only valid from six days or they can only be used in one resort on one day of their duration.

The promotion applies to all participating establishments in the open Dolomiti Superski resorts, with a voucher for free skiing provided by the hotel. The offer is not valid in combination with a separate deal available at the same time ‘Dolomiti SuperKids.'