World famous ski resort Val d’Isère, boasts hundreds of miles of high-altitude pistes, where you can be sure of great snow conditions and a fantastic holiday atmosphere, making it a truly unique, world-class skiing resort.
Explore the narrow streets of the historic Old Village, and enjoy the lively atmosphere and buzz of the modern centre of Europe’s most prestigious ski resort. You can make the most of Val d’Isère’s famous nightlife in the many restaurants, bars and nightclubs, as well as discovering the high-end shops and fashionable boutiques.
This magnificent alpine ski resort offers the ideal combination of excitement and activity, with some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the world. Want to find out more? Read our Best Bits of Val d’Isère insiders guide for the hidden gems, including the best bars and restaurants so you can make the most of your holiday.
Whatever ski holiday experience you are looking for, our resorts across the Espace Killy are perfect: if you’re after a more peaceful and relaxing break, without compromising on the exceptional skiing, then Tignes les Brevieres is the resort for you, or if you want to keep busy and active, join us for the fun in Tignes le Lac.
We understand how important location is on a skiing holiday and all of our chalets are situated within Val d’Isère, close to the pistes and lifts.
Originally a small farming village, Val d’Isère has developed into a modern, dynamic alpine ski resort, which retains its sense of tradition with a beautiful balance of original wooden chalets and modern buildings built in the traditional style. Visitors wanting to explore, can wander through the narrow snow-filled streets of the picturesque Old Village, with its original medieval stone properties and baroque church dating from the 11th century. In the centre of modern Val d’Isère, you can discover the variety of fashionable boutiques, cafes, a cinema and a new sports centre, as well as a French market, selling local cheeses, cured meats, sweets and clothes, every Monday, near to the tourist office.
For those who want to make the most of Val d’Isère’s famous après ski and nightlife, there are a variety of restaurants and bars in the resort, both in the centre and at the bottom of the pistes, for you to ski straight up to at the end of a long day. Ski Bonjour recommends the infamous Dick’s Tea Bar for late night partying, or the popular Morris Pub for great aprés ski, with live music. On one night each week throughout the season, the village centre closes to vehicles, and visitors can enjoy firework displays, music, ice sculptures and other entertainment. Take a look at our insider’s guide to find out all about the best places in the Val d’Isère.
The magnificent alpine ski resort of Val d’Isère is the most prestigious in Europe, offering the perfect combination of excitement and activity on and off the slopes, with some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the world.
Val d’Isère is the centre of the vast Espace Killy ski area, world renowned for its exceptional pistes and snow-sure conditions. Our record of snowfall is exceptional and with glacier skiing at up to 3,455 metres, snow is always guaranteed. Receiving snowfall from the Atlantic depressions that benefit many French ski resorts, Val d’Isère, set against the peaks of the Italian border, also enjoys heavy snowfall from the Mediterranean. The snow coverage here is some of the best in Europe and ensures visitors can enjoy great skiing conditions from December right through until the end of the season.
Skiers can enjoy the state-of-the-art lift system, taking them up to the 300km of high-altitude pistes, including two glaciers, two snow parks and a vast expanse of off-piste terrain. High-speed chair lifts and large cable cars located in the centre of Val d’Isère, and each of the various smaller hamlets which make up this resort, mean access to the pistes is quick and easy. The resort has terrain to suit all standards of skier and snowboarder, so that beginners and experts alike will be able to enjoy more skiing time here in a week than anywhere else on the continent. Novices and intermediates can enjoy huge open bowls, gently winding trails and wide high-altitude pistes, while the more experienced can explore the vast off-piste playgrounds, including some of the Espace Killy’s best off-piste skiing at the end of the valley in Le Fornet.
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