In one of the sunniest areas of Tyrol you'll find the ski resort of Serfaus. Sitting in the Inn Valley the resort centre is a traditional Tyrolean village which dates back to 1500 BC. Virtually car-free most visitors access the village via the underground rail system, which allows you to enjoy this historic town with its traditional peaceful atmosphere intact. From this base surrounded by ancient buildings and the impressive peaks of the Ötztal Alps and the Samnaun mountains you have a vast snow sports area to discover. Thanks to the linking of the village with the nearby resorts of Fiss and Ladis, from Serfaus you can access 190km of marked pistes across a ski area from 1,200m to 2,800m in altitude. The slopes are mixed in level and make this ski area the perfect destination for mixed ability groups and family holidays. Awarded the Family Dorf Tirol title Serfaus doesn't only have slopes suitable for families and kids, it also has a whole host of services and facilities. Many of the hotels and accommodation options cater specifically for family groups and the restaurants are all child-friendly. And the 10,000m2 Kinderschneealm is one of the best children's centres in the Alps. It has day-care facilities, kids ski school, and loads of activity and adventure areas - the Family Park Serfaus is a great example with its skidoo track, tubing park, igloo village, adventure trail, and children's restaurant. While the kids are having fun in the supervised clubs the adults are free to explore the vast ski area and all the activities which it holds. Within the many downhill skiing and snowboarding slopes there are racing slopes, carving runs, speed skiing pistes, and plenty of mogulled areas to enjoy. On top of all this the resort has two snowparks, 135km of cross-country ski trails, and many other ways to explore the surroundings - one of the more unusual trips you can take is the one hour tour across the plateau on Segways.After all your daytime activities you can return to Serfaus and relax in the many restaurants and bars. Again these are family-orientated so most of the après ski is quite chilled, however there are a couple of livelier nightspots if you want to dance until dawn.