Want a luxurious holiday in a charming and gorgeous place that is an explosion of fresh mountain air?
Skiing vacations in the French Alps are a perfect fit for the bill, and while these majestic mountains have plenty of ski resorts and affordable access, you can still try the better of life.
Nothing is more enjoyable than going down the slopes during the day, tasting fine food and wine in the evening, heading to Apreski’s soup, and relaxing in a chalet-style accommodation for a short time.
Temptation? Take a look at these 5 Fab French Ski Resorts!
If you have a refined taste, you need to make a Courchevel Beeline with lots of Michelin-starred restaurants. If you like fine food, you can taste the best food in the world every night here. You are spoiled for choice,Le1947 Eat at a restaurant Experience one of only 29 3-star Michelin restaurants in France at Le Cheval Blanc. Here, executive chef Yannick Alleno takes you to the seventh paradise of culinary cuisine in a minimalist retro-futuristic décor.
Located on the Morzine Valley in the Report du Soleil ski area, Aborias is a charming car-free resort perfect for serious skiers and survivors. There are several great accommodation options here and L’Amara’s luxury apartments are one of the best available. In addition to comfortable suites and skiing at the front door, there is a spa sauna, swimming pool and restaurant on site. If you don’t want to go far at night, everything you need is under one roof.
Part of the Espa Skiry ski area and located at 1850 m above sea level in Auto Talentes, Val d’Isère is a high-altitude snow-covered resort with a 300 km ski area connected by 78 lifts. The heritage as is the 1930s. Luxury attractions here include luxury underwear available at Lingerie Caresse and cosmetological treatments at Mountain Équilibre. For this resort’s premium packageErnaLow’s book Ski package specialist.
The charming Samoëns, the only French ski resort to be classified as a National Monument, has 12 stunning ski resorts.th See the architecture, listen to traditional music and enjoy the atmosphere in the church of the century and the main pedestrian square. Chalet-style accommodation is cozy and comfortable, but cool venues such as Popcorn Vintage offer laid-back Apres skiing.
Located near the Petit Saint Bernard Pass, La Rozier is another traditional ski resort with tranquility and stunning views. There are skis with all the abilities here, and there are residences and chic accommodations like Les Cimes Blanches. You can also relax at Spa La Rosiere, which boasts a salt cave and hot tubs with beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. There are enough Apress skis here too —Cocktail in the H40 brasserie Is recommended.
Spoil your holidays at one of these great French ski resorts-you won’t regret it!