La Plagne, a purpose-built ski dream, has a dozen resort hubs, some picturesque and traditional, some modern, with spectacular slopes for everyone from the youngest beginner to the most hardened enthusiast.
Alpe d’Huez, France is the fusion of old town, purpose-built areas and a rustic chalet community as the hub of a ski area that sweeps from the 3,330m height of the glacier down to villages in the forest with huge options for all levels.
British skiers love Les Deux Alpes – and it’s easy to see why. The French Alpine resort has everything the discerning visitor could want.
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You can ski-in, ski-out from this classic family-friendly chalet hotel, Rond Point des Pistes, Courchevel 1850, in the French Alps.
The Three Valleys resorts collectively create the biggest ski area in the world. You can ski or snowboard all week and not cover the same terrain twice.
Alpine Residences has a selection of stunning apart-hotels in the Courchevel 1650 region just a few minutes’ walk from the village’s ski lifts.
La Clairière aux Chevreuils is a well-serviced villa complex with all mod cons in a lovely part of France ideally placed for families with teenagers.
Visit Samoëns commune in the French Alps in the Summer and you will find a heady, tranquil scene of traditional chalets, pedestrianised streets and gentle hum of life.
Surfing, cycling and wine tasting: why Moliets-et-Maa is a perfect seaside break in South West France
Moliets-et-Maa, a small surfer town in the South West of France, is an idyllic seaside resort surrounded by pine trees, sand dunes and cycle paths.