Alps weather is comfortably warm in summer, very pleasant to spend vacations, and particularly cold in winter, which allows to enjoy your passion for Ski. Come along to enjoy the Alps weather… in your luxury chalet!
Alps weather: enjoy your luxury chalet in every season – Different Climates
The Alps are positioned in the central European continent, and this profoundly affects the climate of Alps and all the surrounding regions. The vast accumulation on the Alps of huge snow masses, most of which are on permanent glaciers, maintains a range of extremely different climates within the narrow space that intervenes between the foot of the Alps mountains and their upper ridges. That’s why there are mainly three types of climates in the Alpine area: the Atlantic climate, the Pannonian climate and the Mediterranean climate. Contact us for finding your luxury chalet to be enjoyed in all seasons!
Alps weather: enjoy your luxury chalet in every season – Alps Regions
Six Alpine regions are: Alps Glacial region, Alps Alpine region, Alps Subalpine region, Alps Wine region, Alps Olive region, Alps Mediterranean region. These regions are distinguished by their typical vegetation and characterize the Alpine weather. On the Alps certain conditions of exposure to the Sun, protection from cold winds, or the reverse, are extremely important in influencing the climate and the corresponding Alpine vegetation.
Alps weather: enjoy your luxury chalet in every season – Alps Glacial region
On the higher parts of lofty mountains, more snow falls in each year than melts. A portion of this snow goes away with the wind before it consolidates, but a large portion of snow accumulates in depressions and hollows and is gradually converted into glacier ice, which descends by slowly flowing into the deeper valleys where it help swell perennial streams.
Alps weather: enjoy your luxury chalet in every season – Alps Alpine region
The Alps are eponymous of the Alpine climate typical between the tree line up to the permanent snow line, approx. between 1800 and 2500 meters altitude. This Alpine region contains the full beauty and variety of characteristic vegetation.
Alps weather: enjoy your luxury chalet in every season – Alps Subalpine region
The Alps Subalpine region mainly determines the manner of life of the population of the Alps. The larger villages are mostly located in the Subalpine region,,, but, in many parts of the Alps, the villages stand at elevations varying from 1,200 m to 1,700–1,800 meters altitude. The most characteristic feature of this region is the prevalence of coniferous trees that form vast coniferous forests that cover a large part of the Alps Subalpine region surface.
Alps weather: enjoy your luxury chalet in every season – Alps Wine region
The grape vine, which is far more tolerant of cold than the olive trees, but to produce good wines it is needed, at the season of ripening, a degree of heat not much less than that needed by the more delicate olive tree. These conditions are satisfied in the deeper pre-Alps valleys, and up to a considerable height on slopes exposed to the Sun
Alps weather: enjoy your luxury chalet in every season – Alps Olive region
The evergreen olive tree grows wild on the rocks around the Alpine lake, especially at Lake Garda, where even lemons are cultivated on a large scale. The olive tree has been known to survive severe cold when of short duration, but a good olive oil cannot be produced with success where frosts are prolonged or where the mean winter temperature falls below 5.5 Celsius degrees.
Alps weather: enjoy your luxury chalet in every season – Winter
Winter heavy snow falls, together with the stunning landscapes, makes Alps Europe’s top skiing destination, with almost infinite skiing areas that spread all over the Alpine area. The sun shines from the deep blue sky and makes you enjoy skiing and snowboarding on perfectly groomed Alpine slopes. Contact us for finding your luxury chalet on Ski slopes!
Alps weather: enjoy your luxury chalet in every season – Summer
Climate in the Alpine area is to great extend influenced by the airmass, which can be divided into four types: the western winds with mild, moist air masses deriving from the Atlantic sea, the cool polar air from the north, the dry continental air masses from the east and the warm, Mediterranean air from the south. A further climatic phenomenon in the Alpine mountains is a warm airmass, which is called “foehn” and blows in spring–summer.
Alps weather: enjoy your luxury chalet in every season – Windsurf & Sail Boat
A feature of the Alpine weather is the cool wind that softens the summer heat on the shores of its small mountain lakes, which attract windsurfers and sailing all over Europe. But, windsurf and boat lovers should not underestimate the Alpine weather which, like all mountain climates, changes very quickly and can be dangerous as that of the sea. Contact usÂ for further information!