Arc 1950 Le Village Apartments, Les Arcs

Facebook0TwitteremailFrench ski resorts have a first-rate mix of hotels and apartments across every budget and style, but which to choose? Hotels often have bars, swimming pools and spas on site, so you can wind down in your own way after a day on the slopes. Couples and small groups will have all the space they need in a twin or triple room. And most hotels are half board, so your breakfast and evening meal are included, and you can still sample the local restaurants at…Continue Reading “WHERE TO STAY ON A SKI HOLIDAY TO FRANCE”

Facebook0TwitteremailFrance is a real favourite for families, and with good reason. There are lots of child-friendly French ski resorts, so you’re bound to find something that works for the whole family. Why ski in France with kids? It’s got huge ski areas with pistes to suit everyone, from beginners up to advanced skiers. In purpose-built resorts, the ski schools and nursery slopes are easy to reach if you’re picking up little learners in the afternoon. And kids can generally start ski school from three years old in France,…Continue Reading “THE BEST FAMILY SKI RESORTS IN FRANCE”

Val d'Isere

Facebook2.7kTwitteremailVal d’Isère is a favourite for many skiers. And, as a glacier resort with excellent snow, buzzing après bars and even more fun to be had off the slopes, it’s clear why. Where to ski Beginners can practice on the village nursery slopes before trying out the green runs in the heart of Espace Killy. We like the Verte – it’s a long, open run ideal for perfecting your technique. Intermediate skiers will love the blue and red runs of the Bellevarde and La Daille…Continue Reading “TOP TIPS FOR VAL D’ISÈRE”

Fireworks New years eve in Tignes

Facebook311TwitteremailFrance’s purpose-built, ski-in resorts make it oh-so-easy to après. Spend the day on the slopes, stop for a mountain tipple and then schuss straight to your favourite bar when you’re ready to party. Which leads us to our favourite thing about French après. Put simply, it never ends. None of these curfews and early evening closing times – you can keep the fun going into the early hours in most resorts. Yes, France can be pricier than some of its neighbours, but wine’s always relatively…Continue Reading “The best après ski in France”

Facebook0TwitteremailAfter a recent trip to Tignes 2100, I discovered that Tignes is our best-selling resort. That we sell. Of all 130+ resorts we operate in, Tignes is the most popular. Having just spent three days there I could see why, but for anybody that hasn’t been, here are 5 reasons why everyone – including us – loves Tignes. It’s High With altitude ranging from 1550m to 3747m, Tignes has a long season with lots of snow. We were there for three days at the beginning of December…Continue Reading “5 Reasons Everyone – including us – loves Tignes”