We carefully selected our chalets for their access to the ski lift and their position in these traditional French Savoyard villages.
There’s plenty to do on and off the piste, with a range of activities for all ages, both in and outdoors.
Paradiski has two claims to fame: it’s the third-largest ski area in world and the biggest cable car in the world. It offers an excellent range of slopes from green to black, as well as superb off-piste opportunities.
With two glaciers, our resorts in Montchavin and Peisey are snow-sure, and due to their northerly and westerly aspect, you can expect good conditions throughout the season. If you’re a beginner, there are plenty of green and blue runs to explore and some excellent ski schools. For intermediates and experts, you won’t be disappointed – the Bellcote and Aquille Rouge glaciers offer some very technical and challenging decents.
You can access Les Arcs’ Aiguille Rouge at 3225m from both resorts and ski one of the best and longest runs in the Europe.
At 7km long and non-stop, you descend over 200m all the way to Villaroger, taking in the exceptional panorama of Les Arcs.
In Les Arcs you can launch yourself from the Varet telecahin at 2680m down a 1.8km zip line, reaching speeds of 130kmh, or take to the skies with your skis on a paraglider.
In Montchavin, La Plagne you can try the luge and bobsleigh down the 1992 Albertville Olympics bobsleigh track.
There is also ice climbing, ice skating and dog sledging.
La piscine, Arcs 1800 is a 3800m2 aquatic centre in the middle of Arc 1800 and well worth a visit. With views of Mont Blanc, it comprises a covered pool, water slides, children’s water play, a sauna, steam room and wellness area.
We also highly recommend Espace Paradisio in Montchavin. This fabulous pool complex has an indoor wellness pool and a spa with a sauna, steam room, loungers and a jacuzzi, and it’s right on our doorstep
Situated in the middle of the Tarentaise Valle, Bourg is the local hub for commerce, supplies and transport but it retains its small and friendly market town feel. Being the biggest town in the valley it is vital to all the ski areas.
The town has been the gateway of Savoie to Italy and France for centuries. Now, it’s a great place to eat, socialise and enjoy some down time. You can chat to specialists catering for all sports, take the funicular to Les Arcs or enjoy some retail therapy. Bourg also has a train station with links to Paris and the UK.
Contact us today to find out more about our chalets and the wide variety of services we offer.
We know just how exciting an alpine holiday can be, which is why we are here to offer our support and local knowledge to make it even better.