Located in the North-West of Italy, in Valle d'Aosta, 90 Km. from Turin and 150 Km. from Milan, and surrounded by four of the highest mountains in Europe (Mont Blanc, Monte Rosa, Matterhorn and Gran Paradiso), the Casinò de la Vallée di Saint-Vincent is one of the largest and most prestigious gambling-houses in Europe. There are over 80 gambling tables and more than 400 slot machines for the clientele to use 364 days a year from 2PM to 4AM. The Casino offers to his customers the richest choice in Italy's gambling options: Roulette, Fairoulette, Trente Quarante, Chemin de Fer, Draw Poker, Texas Hold'Em, Poker Saint-Vincent, American Roulette (double zero), Black Jack, Punto Banco, Craps, Slot Machine and Videopoker.
In addition to running the richest variety of gambling activities anywhere in Italy, the company has always, traditionally been a promoter of cultural activities, which form part of a rich calendar of prestigious events, which include, for example, the famous Saint-Vincent Awards for Journalism, Cinema, TV Series and Radio. Over the years, there have been several events organised by this Casino in Valle d'Aosta, which, with prize-givings, TV events and shows, have managed to promote the image of a small mountain Region, intensely interested in communication and of the Casino, that has been open within the Region, since 1947.
In 1953, thanks to the collaboration with some of the most important critics of the time, was created the Saint-Vincent Cinema Awards that, with the awarding of the prestigious Grolle d'Oro, has celebrated and still celebrates the excellence in the cinematographic arts. The Casinò di Saint-Vincent, always aware of the evolution of Italian lifestyle, has regularly updated his own programme of events, starting, in 2001, a new Award for the television fiction, to Soap Operas and to Sit-Coms and, in 2007, with the artistic direction of Maurizio Costanzo, the first edition of the Premio Casinò di Saint-Vincent per la Radio; an important award to a media of great success.
Always in 2007, a renewed collaboration with the world of Magic: the Casino of Saint-Vincent hosted the greatest national magical kermesse, called "Masters of Magic", where more than 50 professional magicians have presented their repertoire in the categories of close-up and stage illusions.