Situated in the Espace Killy ski area, Val d’Isère is renowned for its vast and challenging ski area, lively après-ski scene, historic alpine charm, and stylish chalets. Spanning a huge ski area from Le Fornet to La Daille and with fast, easy connections to Espace Killy sharing buddy Tignes, Val d’Isère offers a lot of ground to explore. An engaging terrain for advanced skiers as well as beginners, challenge yourself with off-piste such as the Vallée Perdue and race down the infamous 1992 Olympic black run, the Face de Bellevarde. For rewarding relaxation after a day on the mountains, choose from table dancing in ski boots at La Folie Douce, indulging in a premium cocktail at Le Blizzard or enjoying top Savoyarde cuisine at restaurant 1789. A resort that never stops giving, Val d’Isere is truly one of the best ski resorts in France.
Comprised of five villages, Tignes is a varied resort made up of different characters, from concrete-built Val Claret and Le Lac to historic Les Boisses and Les Brevieres. Offering a wide range of snow sports activities including snow parks, air bag jumps, a half pipe, and the longest black run in the Espace Killy ‘Sache’, this resort is an adrenaline junkie’s dream. With a gentler side, Tignes also boasts some of the most interesting natural features you will find in a ski resort, including the Aiguille Percée and hidden ice caves. With its great height the resort also provides views of the purpose-built Lac du Chevril which sits at the bottom of the Tignes valley. A long and rewarding ski course from the top of the Glacier du Grande Motte down to the historically intriguing Barrage de Chevril, Tignes’ different areas make it one of the most diverse and unique ski resorts in France.