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One of the world’s leading winter holiday destinations and with so many incredible Alpine resorts to choose from France is the perfect place to enjoy a ski holiday. Whether you’re looking to cater for a number of abilities, in search of ideal weather conditions or would simply like to enjoy a break in luxurious surroundings, you’re sure to find something to suit every kind of taste.

  • Chamonix

    With the imposing snow-capped peaks of Mount Blanc looming overhead, it’s easy to see why this historic mountain town and the hamlet of charming villages nearby that make up the resort are such a popular destination the world over – for within hours of arriving you’re sure to hear a plethora of different languages spoken!

  • Chamrousse

    This friendly and fun ski resort is in South-eastern France with easy transfers from Chambrey- 1 hour and Grenoble- 30 mins, making it one of the most easily accessible resorts in the Alps. Situated at the entrance to the Belledonne, the split level resort offers plenty of well-groomed slopes and some stunning tree lined runs.

  • Chatel

    Chatel is a wonderful resort along the Swiss/French border forming part of the wider Portes du Soleil ski area, one of the largest in the world. With links to a seemingly unlimited network of pistes plus plenty to keep you entertained in the resort itself, it is the perfect destination for a fun packed ski or summer holiday.

  • Les Arcs

    Les Arcs lies at the edge the stunning Vanoise National Park and incorporates four great purpose-built resorts each sitting at increasing heights of the mountains. With fantastic skiing and immaculately kept slopes plus cable car links to La Plagne, Les Arcs is a convenient base to explore a wider area.

    Les Arcs
  • Les Gets

    Smaller than some of its Alpine neighbours, Les Gets is a charming little village tucked away along the Swiss/French border of the Alps with Mont Blanc rising majestically in the South. This is a great resort for families as it is quieter with less of a focus on the night life; however there are a few great bars and restaurants at the resort too.

    Les Gets
  • Meribel

    Located in the heart of the Les Allues Valley and at the heart of the Three Valleys – the world’s largest ski area, Maribel is the most popular resort for British travellers, perhaps due to the fact that it still retains much of the character and charm from its founding by British Colonel Peter Lindsay in 1938. With its traditional alpine buildings nestled into the side of the mountain, the resort oozes charm.

  • Morillon

    Morillon is a quiet little village and one of the best family resorts in the area. Part of the Grand Massif ski area, Morillon and its neighbours boast over 260km of piste. With a short commute from Geneva and a sheltered and good microclimate from the shadow of Mont Blanc, Morillon offers an unforgettable holiday of great skiing.

  • Morzine

    The most northerly of the French resorts, Morzine is nestled along the Swiss border and also includes Avoriaz which is situated within the boundaries of the resort – it’s a popular destination due to its traditional charm and the enormous range of facilities it offers both novice and die-hard skiers. Sat within a wooded valley, Morzine not only offers spectacular scenery but also benefits from the Mont Blanc microclimate.

  • Oz en Oisans

    Tucked away at 1,350m in the Grand Rousses Mountains, Oz en Oisans, or just ‘Oz’ is a gem of a resort. The traffic free village has an excellent nursery area for beginners and there’s a fantastic choice of slopes in the ski area for all abilities. Cross the pass to Alpe d’Huez for an even greater variety of descents.

    Oz en Oisans
  • Sainte-Foy Tarentaise

    Sitting high in the Rhône-Alpes region of South Eastern France, this little resort is at a mid-point between Bourg-Saint-Maurice and Val-d'Isère meaning there are good transfer times by car and train. This area also benefits from great snow coverage, meaning you can usually ski here until the end of April.

    Sainte-Foy Tarentaise
  • Samoëns

    Samoëns is a smaller resort compared to its other Grand Massif neighbours lying at the foot of the Criou Mountain in the Haute-Savoie department of the Rhône-Alpes region of south-eastern France. Samoëns is only an hour by car from Geneva meaning you can be on the slopes by lunchtime if you can get an early morning flight.

  • Serre Chevalier

    Serre Chevalier, or ‘Serre Che’ to those in the know, is a large ski area in the Hautes-Alpes department of the Alps between Col du Lautaret and Briançon. Made up of 13 villages which are spread over four different areas, this resort has some of the best choice and most varied skiing in France.

    Serre Chevalier
  • Val d’Isere

    Situated along the border from Italy in the Rhone Alps Region of France, Val d’Isere is a popular resort with both French and English alike. Once an alpine farming village it retains much of this traditional charm, particularly in the central and western areas of the town where the old ‘chalet style’ architecture still remains.

    Val d’Isere
  • Vaujany

    This quiet little village lies just east of Grenoble and links to the fantastic Alpe d’Huez ski area via a 160 person cable car and also has some good skiing of its own above the pretty village. Giving you all the best skiing of a bigger resort but none of the noise, Vaujany is a great resort for family ski holidays.

One of the most popular destinations in the world and it’s easy to see why France has so much to offer its visitors. The eclectic mix of modern life meets hundreds of years of history help make it such a charming - dare we say chic - destination to visit. Bustling cities give way to miles of open countryside and quaint villages - and let’s not forget the spectacular mountain regions…

Perfectly placed in to offer its visitors the choice of many kinds of holiday, France borders many other European countries making it an agreeable and varied country to travel to and through – though it’s cultured and historic lands offer so much more than convenience.

A country of contrasts, here you can walk along vast stretches of white sand and bask in warm waters, cycle through miles of lavender clad land, hike up volcanoes and ski down some of the world’s most thrilling mountains, it’s all there to be seen and enjoyed.

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