Val d’Isere has a great reputation amongst skiers and there is no surprise why. The ski area, combined with Tignes, forms I’Espace Killy, which offers around 300km of runs that will suit skiers of every experience level. With 100 ski lifts connecting the runs, high altitudes of up to 3500m and access to glaciers, Val d’Isere promises the best conditions and the best terrain to ensure you get what you came for on your skiing holiday.
The resort of Val d’Isere offers a great selection of activities for you to partake in when you are not skiing. These include ice driving, helicopter trips, ice skating, micro lighting, fat biking, winter cycling, a recreational fun zone, sleigh area, ice climbing, dog sleigh rides, snowshoe hikes and paragliding.
Val d’Isere is an attractive, sophisticated town so eating out can be expensive unless you’re not fussy. There is a large selection of choices in the town as well as on the mountain. If fine dining excites you then this is definitely the resort for you.
Within walking distances you’ll have access to ATMs, retail shops as well as several supermarkets. There is also a small medical centre and pharmacy located in the centre of town.
France has always been considered second to that of Austria when it comes to après-ski. Val d’Isere however tries to compete when it comes to both on and off the slopes. With the famous La Folie Douce being based in Val d’Isere, it’s always sure to provide a memorable experience. Other notable must-see places include Cocorico and Dick’s Tea Bar.