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Our shops in Val d'Isere

Val d'Isere - Village

Opening:

From Dec 1, 2018
To Apr 21, 2019
Upt to 55% discount

Val d'Isere - Entrée Station

Opening:

From Dec 15, 2018
To Apr 21, 2019
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Val d'Isere - Rond-Point des Pistes

Opening:

From Nov 24, 2018
To Apr 28, 2019
Upt to 55% discount

Val d'Isere Le Fornet – Shuttle

Opening:

From Dec 15, 2018
To Apr 14, 2019
Upt to 55% discount

Val d'Isere Le Laisinant – Shuttle

Opening:

From Dec 15, 2018
To Apr 14, 2019
Upt to 55% discount

Val d'Isere Le Manchet – Shuttle

Opening:

From Dec 15, 2018
To Apr 14, 2019
Upt to 55% discount

Val d'Isere La Daille – Shuttle

Opening:

From Dec 15, 2018
To Apr 14, 2019
Upt to 55% discount

Val d'Isere Les Verdets – Shuttle

Opening:

From Dec 15, 2018
To Apr 14, 2019
Upt to 55% discount

Val d'Isere - Centre

Opening:

From Nov 24, 2018
To Apr 28, 2019
Upt to 55% discount

Val d'Isere - Rue de l'Eglise

Opening:

From Dec 8, 2018
To Apr 28, 2019
Upt to 55% discount

Val d'Isere - Freeride Val d'Isère Centre

Opening:

From Nov 24, 2018
To May 1, 2019
Upt to 55% discount

Val d'Isère - La Poudreuse Centre Parc des Sports

Opening:

From Nov 24, 2018
To May 1, 2019
Upt to 55% discount

DESCRIPTION STATION

Val d’Isère is known as one of Europe’s finest ski resorts, sharing the huge Espace Killy ski area with its neighbor Tignes and with nightlife to match!
Having started life as a small alpine farming village, it has developed into a modern ski resort, but held onto its village feel and is complemented by 6 different hamlets: La Daille, Le Cret, La Legettaz, Le Chatelard, Le Laisinant and Le Fornet. Each different area of Val d’Isère is served by the free shuttle bus system, meaning that wherever you’re staying you’ll be able to reach the centre easily. Having a wide selection of shops, restaurants and bars, a swimming pool /sports complex and cinema, it really does offer something for everyone.

The ski area

The ski area is vast and ranges from free beginner slopes (served by 7 free lifts), through wide blue and red pistes and tree skiing, to the Black ‘Face’ run which was used as the men’s downhill in the 1992 Albertville Olympics.  There are 3 main skiing areas: The Bellevarde area, the Solaise area and the Fornet/Pissailla Glacier area. Each area is interlinked and you can ski from one side to the other without taking your skis off. The Bellevarde ski area links over to the Tignes ski area and is also home to the very well-equipped Val d’Isère snow park. 

Access

Val d’Isère is in the Tarentaise Valley and is accessed by road from Bourg Saint Maurice. It has regular bus links to the train station in Bourg Saint Maurice (which is also a Eurostar terminal) and the airports of Geneva, Chambery and Lyon.
Attention: please note that the Col de l’Iseran is closed during the winter months and during this period, access is impossible from Bonneval.


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