Skiing & Boarding in France

The French Alps offer some of the most exciting and beautiful ski experiences in Europe and all backed up with established, family-friendly and accessible resorts.

How to decide between the 43 French resorts we offer........difficult but we will look at some headlines as follows:

  • Family friendly
  • With the best apres
  • Best for Short breaks
  • Easiest to get to
  • Kindest to the budget
  • Ideal for mixed ability group
  • Money no object

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Family Friendly.......and short transfers

Family friendly:

Many ski resorts work harder to attract the family market - these are a few that we think do it best:

  • Montgenevre - perfect for families -
  • Puy St Vincent - 
  • Avoriaz - larely ski to door which is great for the family...and the addition of Aquariaz has boosted its family friiendly status

Plus a short airport transfers

Kindest to the budget

If you are looking to keep your costs down, then head for some of the back door resorts that feed into larger ski areas or head for one of the resorts that are not so "known" on the ski market.

Some of our favourites that meet this include:

  • Montgenevre - considered the best value resort in France
  • Serre Chevalier - £ for £, this is the Muhammad Ali of ski resorts - it packs a brilliant punch
  • Try the Pyrenees - Font Romeu or St Lary
  • Isola 2000 - fly to Nice - good value in the winter!

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With the best apres....and good for non-skiers

Ideal for apres

Perfect for non-skiers and doing more

  • Serre Chevalier - spas, ice-driving, ice karting snowkiting and more......

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  • Chalet Louis

    Alpe d'huez

    £88- £866

    (£pp on std occ)

    Known amongst the locals as the Ile du Soleil, it's obvious what attracts skiers and boarders to the resorts of the Southern Alps. An excellent snow record and many sunny days make for a very pleasant mountain experience (the French weather bureau has recorded an average of 300 days of sunshine per year in Alpe D'Huez).

    The Alpe D'Huez Grand Domaine Ski slopes include 2 snow parks…

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  • Skiing in Avoriaz

    £98- £888

    (£pp on std occ)

    Avoriaz is a purpose-built mountain resort in the Portes du Soleil ski area, which guarantees good snow and offers access to over 650km of skiing in the northern part of the French Alpes.  

    The addition of the the Aquariaz indoor water centre, has been perfect for kids - young and old!

    All the buildings are ski in/out as the roads are slopes which makes everything very accessible. It's also…

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  • Skiing in Chamrousse

    £POA

    (£pp on std occ)

    Chamrousse is perched up on a plateau which means the views are superb from the resort and from the slopes.

    A real benefit which makes Chamrousse a great option for a ski holiday is that if has such a short transfer from Grenoble airport. In years gone by, the resort was only used by local skiers and weekend skiers from nearby Grenoble and Lyon, but it has recently started to become known on…

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  • Skiing in Chamonix

    £125- £634

    (£pp on std occ)

    Chamonix, rightly, has a reputation as the freeride capital of the world, with skiers coming from all over the world to take on the famous off-piste, such as the ‘Vallee Blanche’.

    You don’t have to be a pro though to take advantage, with a large number of intermediate pistes to discover, together with a small number of beginner slopes. The town itself offers an excellent selection of shops, restaurants and…

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  • Skiing in La Plagne

    £136- £515

    (£pp on std occ)

    Made up of over 10 small villages, each with their own unique style and character, La Plagne is, quite rightly, one of France's most popular ski resorts. It is one of Europe's largest ski areas that boasts an incredible 425km of piste and 236 slopes. However La Plagne alone has 225km of piste (130 slopes), 1 snowpark, 3 boardercross and 1 half pipe. Offering two glaciers, the Paradiski has a…

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  • Skiing in Les Deux Alpes

    £166- £573

    (£pp on std occ)

    Les Deux Alpes refers to the two original villages of Venosc and Mont de Lan, which over time have merged to become the Les Deux Alpes of today.

    Whilst traditional charm is thin on the ground these days, the efficient lift system and great visitor facilities more than make up for the lacking of 'picture postcard' views.

    Les Deux Alpes, based in the Southern Alps, really does offer something for everyone.…

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  • Skiing in Les Menuires

    £228- £647

    (£pp on std occ)

    For all those who dream of great skiing in the 3 Vallées, cosy accommodation, a quality welcome, and all at a good price, Les Menuires is THE resort to discover or rediscover.

    Getting here - fly, drive or take the train:

    The resort can be reached from Geneva, Chambery or Grenoble airport or the train station. If you need details on driving directions, transfer options or train times - send…

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  • Skiing in Montgenevre

    £123- £746

    (£pp on std occ)

    Montgenevre is a beautiful village resort which has seen some excellent development over the last few years

    It is an ideal resort for a ski holiday and particularly suited for a family ski holiday.

    The resort hasn't stopped investing either - the next project is to join the club of resorts with skiing above 3000m - this will be with the addition of a lift on Mt Chaberton and the development…

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  • Skiing in Morzine

    £110- £639

    (£pp on std occ)

    There are two ski areas to explore from Morzine.

    The Pleney and Nyon lifts take you into the tree-lined Morzine-Les Gets ski fields and from the Super-Morzine and Prodain lifts you can discover Avoriaz, ski over into Switzerland and explore the other ski resorts in the Portes du Soleil.

    The full area pass covers 12 different resorts, 195 lifts and 266 pistes.

    Getting here - fly, drive or take…

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  • Ski holidays in Serre Chevalier

    £118- £772

    (£pp on std occ)

    Serre Chevalier is actually a group of 13 villages stretching along a valley in the southern French Alps. We offer a range of chalets, apartments and hotels in the resort.

    Serre Chevalier is located in the Southern French Alps and is a jewel of a ski area. Appreciated by many including the Editors of Where to Ski & Snowboard (who rate Serre Chevalier as one of their favourite places), the…

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  • Ski holidays in Val Thorens

    £126- £202

    (£pp on std occ)

    Val Thorens enjoys an exceptional position: the highest European ski resort, Val Thorens is located in a natural bowl at the top of the 3 Vallees, open and sunny and somewhere you'll never get lost!  

    The resort of Val Thorens is surrounded by 6 glaciers, ensuring skiing throughout the long winter season and into the summer.

    Perfect for:

    Long season so we can offer options from late November until…

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  • Skiing in Val D'isere

    £113- £523

    (£pp on std occ)

    Perhaps the most famous ski resort in the world, the reputation of Val D'Isere is well deserved due to it's outstanding skiing and apres-ski.

    Val D'Isere first became known as a great skiing location during the 1930's however by the end of the second world war it had made the transition to a ski resort known for it's warm welcome and fantastic skiing.

    Val D'Isere and it's neighbouring resort Tignes,…

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