Logo Val d'Isère

Opening

Opening

27 nov. 2021 2021

Closing

Closing

1 may 2022

Opening 11 december 2021

Closing 30 april 2022

Val d’Isère, Savoy-chic at its best.

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uelle belle histoire, celle de ce village alpin qui a séduit de nombreux vacanciers français et internationaux au fil des années. La station savoyarde est rapidement devenue incontournable pour tous les sportifs et vacanciers qui souhaitent profiter de tout le charme de la Savoie tout en bénéficiant d’un confort haut-standing et d’une offre de loisirs abondante, soirées festives comprises.

One of Savoy’s most loved ski resorts has something for everyone, be it the skilled skiers or the casual visitors wishing to experience its unique charm in a premium environment with plenty of activities including a vibrant nightlife.

Val d’Isère has won the hearts of many thanks to its careful development, in harmony with the natural landscape, while earning an international reputation for its glorious ski resort with 300km of slopes (‘92 Winter Olympics, Ski World Cup). The well-known Tignes-Val d’Isère ski area (formerly known as Espace Killy) will provide a challenge for the most accomplished skiers looking to improve their personal best on the legendary Bellevarde slopes. Val d’Isère also welcomes skiers of all levels and ages with a comprehensive range of slopes as well as a snowpark (25 rails including jumps & bumps) and the latest trends (Snake Gliss, Airboard, 3 natural boardercross routes…). The resort graced with abundant snow, also proudly displays its very exclusive ‘guaranteed snow” certification, a white coat of powder expertly maintained with state of the art equipment.

Visitors who wish to make the most of their stay will also enjoy a wealth of leisure activities within the village, including cultural events (music festivals, cinema), abundant opportunities to exercise or relax (hiking, aqua sport, relaxing centres), dynamic nightlife and not forgetting being spoilt for choices of top culinary spots, including Michelin-star restaurants and traditional eateries with unusual settings. Whatever you are looking for, our team of locally-trained professionals will be able to answer all your needs and help you enjoy a carefree holiday in Val d’isère with the added spark provided by Les Etincelles.

Our guests love

  • The great snow conditions from November to May
  • The unique Savoy-chic setting, family atmosphere and prestige-Chalets.
  • The gourmet gastronomy and Michelin-star restaurants.

The ski resort

  • 300 km of slopes linked with nearby Tignes
  • A ski domain to be enjoyed by all levels and ages

  • Many snow & ride activities
  • A large ski area with 161 slopes open from November to May.

  • Perfect snow quality thanks to its dedicated team and state of the art snow equipment

  • 300 km of slopes linking the Espace Tignes/Val d’Isère

  • 39 ski lifts

  • 26 green slopes

  • 64 blue slopes

  • 43 red slopes

  • 28 black slopes

  • 5 cross-country slopes

  • 1 snowpark/fun park (includes boardercross) on the main Bellevarde side (quick access from December to April)

  • 6 hiking trails
  • Aqua sport centre

  • Recreation centre for children (includes ski school and nursery) from December to April.

  • 3 children playing area (free)

  • Cinema (in French and English)

  • Music festival (Classicaval)

  • Farmer’s market every Monday

  • High-end gastronomy (many options including Michelin-star restaurants).

  • Free bus-shuttle throughout the resort

  • Ice diving

  • Ice mountain climbing

  • Ice driving…and many more…

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The village : 3 is the magic number

Val d’Isère has earned its prestigious international reputation by nurturing a welcoming atmosphere in a warm and mountain-chic environment while offering a great quality of life for holiday-makers looking to enjoy a wide range of activities.

Its 3 villages, all above 1800m, preserve the natural harmony with elegant architecture in tone with the local wood and stone landscape.

Explorez ses différents villages, avec le Fornet (sur la gauche en regardant la montagne), où vous pourrez admirer le cadre montagne-chic depuis les hauteurs avec notamment des propositions culinaires d’excellence. Rejoignez La Daille pour baigner dans le village sportif de la station, directement sur les pistes au centre du domaine, avec accès rapide à Tignes. Retrouvez enfin Val-d’Isère 1800, le cœur de la station avec ses nombreuses possibilités de shopping (équipements sportifs, commerces-restauration et mode) et de loisirs, sans oublier des établissements de fêtes nocturnes.

All activities readily accessible (on foot or by road) make Val d’Isère a high-end resort very much in demand, the theatre of magical experiences for your nearest and dearest in the comfort of this cosy village with Savoy-chic charm.

Many ways to enjoy the snow

Val-d’Isère and its Ski Resort

Going for personal best or just in your own time.

How to get to Val d’Isère?

By train

Travel directly to the Bourg-Saint-Maurice train station from Paris, Grenoble or Lyon or internationally with Eurostar and Thalys from London, Brussels, Amsterdam or Rotterdam. Access Val d’Isère by taxi, direct bus service or car (approximately 45 minutes) from the Bourg-Saint-Maurice train station.

By car

From Chambéry – Albertville, follow the A430, the dual carriageway up to Moûtiers before taking the N90 to Bourg-Saint-Maurice. Finally, take the D902 towards Val d’Isère

Sat nav users, watch out: navigation systems can suggest going up the Petit Saint Bernard or Col de l’Iseran passage, which are closed during the winter. Il faudra veiller à contourner par Chamberry – Albertville – Vallée de la Tarentaise.

By plane

 

Reach Val d’Isère from the nearest airports Genève, Cointrin Lyon (Saint-Exupéry), Grenoble and Chambéry

You’ll find taxis, shuttle or bus services to reach Val d’Isère (duration approximately 2.5 to 3 hours depending on the airport.)