Popular Lettings in Zermatt
Highlights in Zermatt
- Europe's highest ski resort
- Year-round skiing
- Wide variety of active tourism activities
- Matterhorn-Zermatlantis Museum
- Impressive viewpoints
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Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals in Zermatt
Are you thinking of renting a letting in Zermatt to spend your next skiing holiday and enjoying the wide range of active tourism activities in the area? Holidu puts at your disposal a magnificent search engine of holiday rentals between individuals so that you can find the best offers of tourist rentals and cheap villas in a few seconds. All within 500 metres of the ski slopes. The most common accommodations are rentals for 2, 4 and 6 people. Located in comfortable wooden buildings. Many of which have landscaped areas. But if you prefer a higher level of privacy, you will also find a good number of very spacious and completely independent cottages and luxury villas. Many of them with their own garden or terrace. Would you like to have a jacuzzi or sauna to relax after an intense day of skiing? There are also many rentals and villas in Zermatt that have these services.Why book a letting in Zermatt?
Nestled at the bottom of the Cervino valley, Zermatt is famous throughout Europe for being next to the famous Cervino peak and for being the base of the huge ski resort of Zermatt and Breuil-Cervinia. A destination that attracts tourists throughout the year, which has led to countless hotels, tourist rentals, restaurants and shops of all kinds. It has the highest ski resort in Europe and is also the cradle of mountaineering worldwide. Full of history and unique landscapes. All this makes it a set of incredible emotions and unforgettable sensations. Don't wait any longer to book a letting in Zermatt and come to know it!
Holidays in Zermatt
The area and how to find your way around
Located southwest of Switzerland, Zermatt is a beautiful commune of the canton of Valais belonging to the district of Visp. Surrounded by the commune of Almagelle, Saas-Almagell, Alagna Valsesia, Bionaz, Ayas, Gressoney-La Trinite, Valtournenche, Macugnaga, Anniviers, Randa and Evolène.The best areas to rent a letting in Zermatt
Zermatt is a small village located at the foot of the ski resort. Its dimensions allow you to get anywhere on foot in a short time, so you don't have to worry about the area when renting a holiday rental. In fact, you'll always be close to the tracks. However, if we have to recommend a particular area, we would say Bahnhofstrasse, the main street in the town that offers a very lively atmosphere at dusk. A village surrounded by 360 km of slopes and very well-stocked with shops of first brands, restaurants of high cuisine, and luxury rentals and villas that make many have baptized it as the "Monaco of the Alps". A place where the traditional shepherding of the sheep of black snout coexists perfectly with some of the most exclusive places of the Alps.
Types of travellers and activities
Europe's highest ski resort allows fans to enjoy their favourite sport 365 days a year, even in July or August! At this time Zermatt offers no less than 21 km of marked trails located on the Theodul glacier which become a great training centre for many professional skiers from all over the world, coming from other parts of the country as well as from Germany, Norway or the United States. But, without a doubt, the best time to enjoy snow sports is in winter, when the season offers 360 km of slopes suitable for all levels. You can also go hiking through thematic itineraries, ice skating, snowboarding or ice climbing, among many others.
Did you know Zermatt doesn't allow access to fuel vehicles? Only electric cars can enter, but also through the Glacier Express train line.
Top 5 Recommendations in Zermatt
A historical museum showing the evolution of Zermatt and the triumph and tragedy of the conquest of the Matterhorn. The only one in the world dedicated entirely to a mountain, to its adjacent valleys, to the importance of its history, to its populations and their social, cultural and geological evolution.2. Contemplate the impressive views of the area from its viewpoints
During your stay, you can visit some of the most spectacular summits of the Alps, such as Gornergrat, Rothorn and Matterhorn, which offer truly incredible views from different angles.3. Enjoy its wide range of active tourism in summer
Although winter sports play a major role in the area, Zermatt also offers countless fun activities in summer, such as ascents to mythical peaks of more than 4,000 meters, climbs to viewpoints or walks on lakes.4. Make ice climbing in Gorner's throat
Gorner's Gorge offers ice lovers a unique experience every two years. When the rock walls and the river are covered with crystalline ice, the most daring climbers can descend the icy ravine. However, it is strongly recommended to do it accompanied by a mountain guide.5. Crown the summit of the Matterhorn
Considered the king of the mountains, the Matterhorn is the most photographed summit in the world. Myth and emblem for mountaineers and symbol of the country. Zermatt's guide's office provides climbers and mountaineers with the most experienced guides who want to climb this mountain in complete safety.