Driving to Sauze d’Oulx
Driving to the Alps is well-trodden path for many winter and summer sports enthusiasts. Driving direct (with a couple of drivers) is often the easiest way to travel, even including an overnight stop en-route to make the most of your holiday and to arrive more relaxed.
The European motorway network connects to Oulx, the town below Sauze d’Oulx, via the E70 (A32).
It is obligatory to have either winter or all season tyres (with the snowflake symbol) when driving in the Alps in winter.
Always check current tolls and directions before you travel.
The centre of Sauze d’Oulx has a traffic limited zone (ZTL). You are only allowed through this is your hotel or apartment owner tells you. They will contact the local police to exempt your vehicle, allowing you to travel through the centre to your accommodation. If you don’t arrange this you will be fined.