Marilleva is connected to the Fogarida - Madonna di Campiglio ski area
Just like Fogarida, Marilleva was established at the end of the '60s on the wave of the new tourism development boom in the Val di Sole. Divided into two separate poles built respectively at 900 and 1400 metres above sea level, it is joined by a comfortable road and a modern cable car. The town is part of an extensive ski area which includes its twin, Folgarida as well as Madonna di Campiglio, and it is one of the largest and most modern skiing districts in Europe with its ski weg system, guaranteed snow and efficient ski lifts.
Further downhill, Marilleva 900 on the River Noce offers visitors an ample choice of entertainment - in part thanks to its new Sports Centre, which has been fully fitted with the best sports equipment and services available. The tourist resort at 1400 metres was instead established in 1972 and its modern architecture allows skiers to arrive right to their doorsteps on their skis.