14

Jul 2017

Val d’Isère

The charming village of Val d’Isère sits nestled within the Espace Killy, one of the Alps most dynamic ski terrains. Thanks to an extensive lift network, the village is connected with over 300 kilometres of piste and the neighbouring mountain town of Tignes.  While Tignes has a robust reputation as a destination for serious skiers, its Val d’Isère, with its cobbled streets, chalet architecture and vibrant après ski culture, that’s

05

Jul 2017

Villaroger

05

Jul 2017

Vaujany

05

Jul 2017

Vars

05

Jul 2017

Valmorel

Valmorel, sometimes called “Valmorel la Belle”, was originally built in 1976 to be a ski and summer resort. What distinguishes Valmorel from its other built-for-purpose counterparts is the consideration applied in the architecture of the village. It was created using noble materials such as wood, stone and slate in order to obtain an authentic Savoyard village. The fully pedestrianised streets in the village are all traffic-free, making it safer for

05

Jul 2017

Val Thorens

Val Thorens stands out among other villages in Les Trois Vallées region with its state of the art ski apparatus, including a snow-groomer with electric transmission. It is the highest of all the resorts in Les Trois Vallées region and the highest in Europe, set at a whopping 3,230m high. This means that ski pistes are directly linked to most doorsteps and that snow is guaranteed from November to May.

05

Jul 2017

Sixt Fer Cheval

05

Jul 2017

Sestrières

05

Jul 2017

Serre Chevalier

04

Jul 2017

Saulz d’Oulx

- Added to shortlist

- Removed from the shortlist

Undo