A winter in France can be an incredibly magical experience. The ancient architecture hugging the Cobblestone streets, the twinkling lights in the snow dusted trees, the Christmas markets filled with spiced wine and rich comforting food, all make for an old world experience like no other. There are many ways one can spend a holiday soaking up this rustic charm, whether at a ski resort in the ski capital of the world or simply taking an evenings winter stroll through the quaint city, checking out the unique shops along the way.
Luxurious Ski Chalet
Considered the ski capital of the world, this is the ideal place to stay in a beautiful ski chalet in Courchevel. Here you will have a luxury home with all the comforts. Full dining room and gourmet kitchen for your snowed in Sunday dinners at home with all the friends. Beautifully decorated bedrooms to get a great night’s sleep after a long day on the slopes. At the end of the day, when the weather lets up, enjoy a hot coco on the porch overlooking the mountains.
Ski And More Ski
Come ski at the largest ski area in the world, Les Trois Vallées and discover the incredible Eclipse slope. With six hundred kilometres of runs and a multitude of landscapes newcomers and experienced skiers alike will find something to they enjoy. The 2023 Alpine World Ski Championships will come to the Eclipse slope, and you can put yourself in the skis of a world class athlete.
Picnic At The Summit
When in this region one can not miss the spectacle of the surrounding nature. Admire the landscapes of the French Alps. The snow capped peaks and winding country roads backed by green lush trees. Visit the picnic area in Courchevel Moriond in front of the Brèche de la Portetta. Dine en plein air like the French with the best bread and cheese all while overlooking the mountains below. Then after a delightful meal ski down to a cosi fire and a warm drink.
Take A Horse And Carriage
Take your family or friends around Courchevel in a horse-drawn carriage. A tour of the old city circa 1850 and its surroundings, carried in an authentic carriage and narrated by a spirited tour guide are just what the day calls for. Cuddled up in the carriage, you will set out upon a quirky adventure along the jagged white mountain peaks of Vallée de la Tarentaise. Lightly falling snow dusts your scarf and the gas lights of the stately homes lays across the crisp snow, this ride will leave a memorable impression on all who partake.